Vanarama Conference South club Weston-super-Mare have signed experienced midfielder Aaron Brown from Southern….
….League Premier Division side Hungerford Town.
Brown was born in Bristol and joined Bristol City as a trainee, turning professional in August 1998.
He was a popular player with the City faithful but after several seasons at Ashton Gate, left to further his career at Queens Park Rangers in July 2004.
His time at QPR was plagued with injury and after loan spells at Torquay United and Cheltenham he joined Swindon Town in November 2005.
He credits Swindon manager Iffy Onuora with saving his career but he was unable to save Town from relegation when, ironically, they needed to win at Ashton Gate but could only manage a draw.
In 2007 Brown was released by new Town boss Paul Sturrock and he eventually joined Gillingham and remained there for one season before spells at Lincoln City in League Two and Wrexham and Darlington in the Conference, playing in the Quakers’ FA Trophy success in 2011.
He joined Bath City in August 2012 and played over seventy games, scoring two goals, before signing for Hungerford in May.
Brown was on the bench for the Crusaders` draw with Poole Town on Tuesday night.