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Alistair Brown

Alistair Brown

Clubs played for: Leicester City, West Bromwich Albion, Crystal Palace, Walsall, Port Vale. (1968-1986)




Biography: Played over 250 games for the 'Baggies'. Retired from the game in 1986 and became a publican at The Beech Tree Public House, Aldridge. Later, took over the running of the Throstles Club in West Bromwich. He is now a warehouseman in an iron foundry in Walsall (Was leading scorer for Leicester's 1971 Second Division Championship winning side .)

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Brown, Alistair I never gave Ally the credit he deserved at WBA. Without his work rate and clever runs, Regis probably wouldn't have had as easy a time starting out. A clever player with a good touch and good engine and pace could have scored more goals if he had been a bit more ruthless. Thank you for the memories.
06-05-23 Barry Grover

Brown, Alistair Unfortunately Ali now suffers with Dementia.
31-12-22 Tony

Brown, Alistair I remember Ally from his time with the Portland Timbers. I worked at a place called Baxter's Corner in Beaverton Oregon at the time where Ally and his team mates frequented. Always a gentleman. I have very fond memories of his acquaintanceship.
02-06-22 Linda Hass

Brown, Alistair Hi Ali. Your old pal from niddrie now staying in Musselburgh. Would like to hear from you. It's been a long time since I saw you. You cross my mind now and again. Love a chat. John Cullen
29-04-22 John cullen

Brown Should be the Cedar Tree public house in Aldridge, not the Beech Tree

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