Nat Brown

Nat Brown

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Nat Brown

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Nathaniel Levi "Nat" Brown (born 15 June 1981 in Sheffield) is an English professional footballer. He currently plays for Macclesfield Town who play in Coca Cola League Two. He is popularly known as 'Big Nat Brown', 'His Royal Bigness', 'Nigger Brown' and 'The Sultan of Bigitiude'.

He worked his way through the ranks at Huddersfield Town before settling down and making over 80 appearances for them without scoring a goal.

Brown is a very versatile player can play in central defence or as a striker. He has, however, also played in the central midfield role, whilst playing under former Lincoln boss, Keith Alexander.

After being released by Huddersfield, Brown was approached by several clubs, however, he opted to sign for Lincoln City. He featured heavily in Lincoln's unsuccessful Play-Off drive in the 2005/06 season, putting in some impressive performances. In 2006/07 he initially found it hard settling into the squad as he initially picked up an injury, and due to the relatively impressive performances of the current first team squad, his chances of breaking in to a regular spot were limited. Since, however, due to him coming back into fitness and other squad members falling ill of suspension and injury, he has proven himself once again and now finds himself a regular once more. On 26 June 2008, Brown left Lincoln after having his contract cancelled by mutual consent. He joined Wrexham in the Conference National a...
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