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Terry Brown was born on 5 August, 1952 in London Borough of Hillingdon. Discover Terry Brown's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 68 years old?

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Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 5 August 1952
Birthday 5 August
Birthplace London Borough of Hillingdon
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Timeline

2018

On 21 November 2018, Brown was voted as chairman of the Basingstoke Town Community Football Club alongside Steve Williams, Colin Phillimore, Denise Williams,  Martin French, Katy Oliver and Sarah Parsons.

2016

On 22 March 2016, Brown was appointed manager of Basingstoke Town. At the end of the 2017–18 season he became Director of Football at the club. However, after his replacement as manager left in November 2018, he returned to the position of manager until Martin Kuhl was appointed in December.

2013

The following season, now armed with a full-time squad, Brown equalled the achievements of the previous season by again qualifying for the play-offs. However, his team went down to another penalty-shoot-out defeat, this time to Carlisle United, despite leading 3–1 at one point in spot kicks.

On 12 December 2013, Brown was appointed manager of Isthmian League club Margate. He was sacked on 7 December 2015.

2012

Brown was sacked as manager of AFC Wimbledon on 19 September 2012 following a home defeat to Torquay United.

2011

On 21 May 2011, Brown led AFC Wimbledon to the Football League for the first time in the club's history, beating Luton Town 4–3 on penalties after a 0–0 draw in the Conference play-off final. Brown led them to safety in their first year in the Football League.

2009

During the close season of 2009 The Terry Brown Story was produced by Cherry Red Records TV, documenting both Brown's playing and managerial career in the form of a candid interview with the man himself.

2008

In the summer of 2008, Brown released eight of the promotion-winning side. He said he wanted to build a more youthful side that could compete for promotion out of the Conference South. He led the team to the Conference South title, resulting in promotion to the Conference National.

2007

Brown resigned one day before his fifth anniversary with the club to take care of his wife Susan who had leukaemia. His final match was a 1–0 win against Weymouth on 27 March 2007.

On 15 May 2007, Brown was announced as the new manager of AFC Wimbledon, following the resignation of Dave Anderson after the Dons' second successive play-off semi-final defeat in the Isthmian League. He was joined at Wimbledon by Stuart Cash, who had been his assistant at Aldershot, and who joined the Dons directly from Lewes, where he was assistant to Steve King. In his first season, they were promoted to the Conference South after a 2–1 play-off final win against Staines Town.

2005

After two consecutive play-off losses, the eventual 13th-place finish in the 2005–06 season was seen as an underachievement by all and forced Brown to almost completely restructure his entire squad in the summer of 2006.

2002

Terry Brown was appointed as Aldershot manager on 25 March 2002, the 10th anniversary of the town's old club Aldershot being wound up in the High Court.

1993

Brown was in charge of Hayes for nine years between 1993 and 2002. He managed to take the Middlesex side from the brink of relegation from the Isthmian League Premier Division to third in the Football Conference, just six points behind champions Cheltenham Town. But with a diminishing budget and his best players sold to make ends meet, Brown saw his side slip into a relegation dogfight. Frustrated, he applied for the Aldershot Town job and was selected for the job ahead of 50 other candidates.

1971

Born in Hillingdon, London, Brown joined Hayes from local football as a 19-year-old and made his debut against Enfield Town in April 1971. He became a regular during the next season, and got a taste for the big occasion as a member of the team which first defeated Football League opposition in Bristol Rovers. He caught the attention of scouts from Fulham and Millwall, and was selected for the FA Amateur XI. Either side of a short spell with Sutton United in 1974, Brown played for Slough Town from 1973 to 1977, before rejoining Hayes, where he stayed until October 1979. In both spells with Hayes he made a total of 148 appearances and scored 45 goals. Brown left for Wokingham Town, where he played well into the 1980s.

1952

Terry Brown (born 5 August 1952) is an English football manager and former player. He is the current Director of Football at Basingstoke Town and formerly managed Margate, AFC Wimbledon, Aldershot Town, Hayes and Basingstoke Town.