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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Blyth Spartans boss delighted with his side's 2-1 win over Skelmersdale

Tom Wade insists his Blyth Spartans side remains “long-shots” for promotion but is, now, full of self-belief

Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh

Graham Kavanagh says Carlisle United can climb out of trouble

Carlisle boss Graham Kavanagh is confident about easing relegation troubles as they today welcome Stevenage to Brunton Park

The Stadium of Light, home of Sunderland AFC

New sporting director Lee Congerton hailed a 'perfect fit' for Sunderland

Lee Congerton has been confirmed as Sunderlands new sporting director, whilst chief scout Valentino Angeloni left the club yesterday

Martin Gray

Darlington 1883 boss Martin Gray boosted by rise to the top three

Martin Gray insists rising to third in the table has handed Darlington 1883 an important “psychological boost” in the promotion race

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew

Repentant Alan Pardew accepts FA punishment of suspension and £60,000 fine

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has been handed a £60,000 fine and seven-game suspension by the Football Association

Fab Flournoy, player coach for Newcastle Eagles

Fab Flournoy excited about Newcastle Eagles’ closest title race

Player-coach Fabulous Flournoy is aiming to maintain standards against Plymouth and Leicester

Moussa Sissoko (C) celebrates with team mates after scoring against Hull City

Hull City 1 Newcastle United 4: Steve Brown's match analysis

Newcastle United were on top counter-attacking form at Hull City, unfortunately their performance was overshadowed by Alan Pardew's

Fourth official Howard Webb restrains David Meyler of Hull City after the clash with Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew

Alan Pardew facing lengthy censure from the Football Association

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is awaiting punishment for an alleged headbutt at Hull City player David Meyler

Danny Redmond (left) wants to extend his loan spell at Carlisle United

Danny Redmond says Carlisle United won't get stung by Bees

Frustrated and disheartened by last Saturday’s last-gasp defeat, Danny Redmond says Carlisle United are determined to bounce back against Brentford

Blyth Spartans can get better and better says Tom Wade

Tom Wade insists there is a lot more to come from Blyth Spartans. The Croft Park club are eighth in Evo-Stik Premier, one point outside the play-off positions

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