Real nameMichael Brown
Age41 (Born 25 Jan, 1977)
Height5ft 7in (1.7m)
Weight11st 9lb (73.92kg)
Place of birthHartlepool
NationalityEngland
  
  

Career

CLUBFROMTOFEELEAGUEFA CUPLGE CUPOTHER
    APPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLSAPPSGLS
Port Vale 01 Jul, 14 01 Jan, 18 Free 38 (14)40 (0)01 (1)22 (0)0
Leeds 11 Jul, 11 01 Jul, 14 Free 48 (18)24 (1)06 (1)10 (0)0
Portsmouth 28 Aug, 09 11 Jul, 11 Signed 42 (3)46 (0)04 (2)10 (0)0
Wigan 31 Jul, 07 28 Aug, 09 Signed 47 (11)02 (1)02 (1)00 (0)0
Fulham 31 Jan, 06 31 Jul, 07 Signed 40 (1)03 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Tottenham 01 Jan, 04 31 Jan, 06 Signed 39 (11)29 (0)04 (1)10 (0)0
Sheff Utd 13 Jan, 00 01 Jan, 04 £400,000 142 (5)286 (0)313 (1)33 (0)2
Sheff Utd 19 Dec, 99 12 Jan, 00 Loan 4 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Portsmouth 19 Nov, 99 05 Dec, 99 Loan 4 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Hartlepool 27 Mar, 97 26 Apr, 97 Loan 6 (0)10 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Man City 13 Sep, 94 13 Jan, 00 Trainee 71 (21)211 (1)32 (4)01 (0)0
Totals   £400,000 481 (84)4341 (3)632 (11)86 (0)2
Goals per Game    0.07 0.13 n/a 0.33

Games played by Michael Brown in 2005/2006

  GLS  YEL RED 
PremiershipWe 24Aug 2005Blackburn0 - 0Tottenham
PremiershipSa 10Sep 2005Tottenham0 - 0Liverpool
Carling CupTu 20Sep 2005Grimsby1 - 0Tottenham
PremiershipMo 07Nov 2005Bolton1 - 0Tottenham
PremiershipSu 18Dec 2005Middlesbro3 - 3Tottenham
PremiershipMo 26Dec 2005Tottenham2 - 0Birmingham
PremiershipWe 28Dec 2005West Brom2 - 0Tottenham
PremiershipSa 31Dec 2005Tottenham2 - 0Newcastle
PremiershipWe 04Jan 2006Man City0 - 2Tottenham
English FA CupSu 08Jan 2006Leicester3 - 2Tottenham
PremiershipSa 21Jan 2006Tottenham0 - 0Aston Villa
PremiershipSa 04Feb 2006Man Utd4 - 2Fulham
PremiershipWe 15Mar 2006Liverpool5 - 1Fulham
PremiershipSu 19Mar 2006Fulham1 - 0Chelsea
PremiershipSa 25Mar 2006Aston Villa0 - 0Fulham
PremiershipSa 01Apr 2006Fulham1 - 3Portsmouth
PremiershipTh 04May 2006Sunderland2 - 1Fulham
PremiershipSu 07May 2006Fulham1 - 0Middlesbro
Appearances:18Totals:
0
3
1
 

 

Match in Focus

19:45 Fr 19Oct SKY

Sheff Wed v Middlesbro

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Middlesbrough have won four of their last five meetings with Sheffield Wednesday
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No side has shipped fewer goals in the Championship than Middlesbrough this term and their defensive resolve can give them the edge against playoff hopefuls Sheffield Wednesday. Tony Pulis’s team have lost just once on the road this season and the Owls are yet to keep a clean sheet in the league.

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