Mark Brown (footballer born 1981)

Mark Brown (Footballer Born 1981)

Mark Brown (footballer born 1981)

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Mark Brown (born 28 February 1981 in Motherwell) is a Scottish professional footballer, currently playing for Scottish Premier League side Hibernian. Brown, a goalkeeper has played for both Old Firm clubs, Rangers and Celtic. Hibs is Brown's sixth Scottish Premier League club, having also played for Motherwell, Inverness CT and Kilmarnock. Brown has also represented Scotland B twice.

Club career

Early career

Brown, a goalkeeper, started his career with Rangers, where he made just five first team appearances as a young player, before moving on to Motherwell. Brown made 19 appearances with Motherwell before the club's financial difficulties forced them into administration; Brown was one of 19 players released by the club in order to lessen its wage bill.

Inverness CT

Brown earned a contract with Inverness CT in the summer of 2002 after impressing then-manager Steve Paterson, and quickly became an indispensable member of the first team squad. Brown has also played international football for Scotland under-21s.

After joining Inverness, Brown's reputation as a talented goalkeeper grew, helped by his performances for the club in the Scottish First Division, the Scottish Cup and the SPL. The highlights of his career include a Player of the Round award from Scottish Cup sponsors Tennent's in March 2003, after his performance in goal helped Inverness to a quarter-final win against Celtic.


With Brown's contract due to expire in the summer of 2007,...
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