Date: 26th September 2010 at 12:39pm
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Nathaniel Levy Brown was born in 1981, just across the A57 in Sheffield.

He started his career with Huddersfield Town, playing under several managers including Steve Bruce, Lou Macari, Mel Machin, Mick Wadsworth and Peter Jackson, making 76 senior appearances between 2000 and 2005.

His usual position is as central defender, but occasionally was used as a striker.

Although he scored no league goals in his period at Huddersfield, a free transfer move in the summer of 2005 to Lincoln City under legendary boss Keith Alexander saw him score 8 goals in 94 appearances.

When Peter Jackson moved to Lincoln City, to replace John Schofield in 2007, Nat`s appearances became less frequent and he was allowed to leave the club on a free transfer, moving on to Wrexham and playing there 7 times. When Big Keith joined Macclesfield, Nat followed his ex Lincoln mentor there, initially on loan, playing 30 games, scoring 6, including 3 goals in his first 3 games, before making his move permanent the following summer.

Below, an interview with Nat in the Lincolnshire Echo’s web broadcast City Slickers.