Steve Brown

Steve Brown

Steve Brown is a sports writer specialising in non-league football & grassroots sport. He joined us in 1999.

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Gus Poyet the head coach of Sunderland

Manchester City v Sunderland preview: Poyet longs for future stability

Gus Poyet talks to Steve Brown ahead of his side's clash with Manchester City and tells how he is determined to change Sunderland for the better

Newcastle United's Loic Remy

Loic Remy and Mathieu Debuchy back for Newcastle United

French pair Loic Remy and Mathieu Debuchy hand Alan Pardew a welcome boost ahead of visit of Swansea

Gus Poyet, head coach of Sunderland AFC

Gus Poyet insists he will not quit as Sunderland manager

Gus Poyet is determined to stay at Sunderland and change the club for the better insisting he will not resign

Gateshead FC manager Gary Mills

Gary Mills urges his Gateshead side to 'go get' promotion

Gateshead manager Gary Mills has challenged his team to secure a play-off spot

Gateshead FC manager Gary Mills

Gateshead FC boss Gary Mills loving his big test on the Tyne

Gary Mills is relishing the challenge of leading the Tynesiders to the Conference play-offs he tells Steve Brown

Blyth Spartans football action

Evo-Stik Premier: Blyth Spartans can still reach the play-offs - Tom Wade

Blyth Spartans boss Tom Wade says his side still have an "outside chance" of making the play-offs

Sunderland manager Gus Poyet

Liverpool v Sunderland preview: Poyet calls for something to change SAFC mood

The nightmare of relegation looms large for Gus Poyet, especially as Sunderland tonight take on Liverpool

Sunderland's Connor Wickham

Gus Poyet urges Connor Wickham to come back to SAFC with a bang

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet refuses to criticise his players, and challenges Connor Wickham to grasp a 'new start'

Blyth Spartans boss Tom Wade hails 'spirit' of his squad

Blyth Spartans are seventh in the table ahead of today’s trip to 15th-placed Ilkeston, seven points short of a play-off place

Gateshead FC manager Gary Mills

Gateshead boss Gary Mills aims for three wins from next four

Gateshead boss Gary Mills believes Luton Town, Cambridge United and Alfreton Town have made the top three their own, leaving just two play-off places available


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