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Lee James Brown (born 10 August 1990) is an English
                                                                                               Lee Brown
footballer who plays as a defender for Football League Two
side Bristol Rovers.                                                                        Personal information
                                                                     Full name         Lee James Brown [1 ]
    Contents                                                         Date of birth     10 August 1990 (age 22)
 1 Playing career                                                    Place of birth    Farnborough, England
 2 Statistics                                                        Height            6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
 3 References                                                        Playing position Defender
 4 External links
                                                                                              Club information
                                                                     Current club      Bristol Rovers
Playing career                                                       Number            14

Brown worked his way through the youth team of Wickham                                          Youth career

Wanderers, earning a professional contract in July 2008. [2]                           Queens Park Rangers

He spent the first half of the 2009–10 season on loan at                                       Senior career*

administration-stricken Salisbury City of the Conference             Years             Team                              Apps † (Gls) †
National, along with teammate Joe Oastler.[3] He made                2008–2011         Queens Park Rangers                    1       (0)
fourteen appearances for the club, including twelve starts,          2009              → Salisbury City (loan)               13       (0)
before returning to Loftus Road before the end of the calendar       2010–2011         → Hayes & Yeading United (loan)       28       (3)
year. On 24 April 2010 he made his debut in the Football             2011–             Bristol Rovers                        51       (7)
League, replacing Tamás Priskin as a substitute in a 1–0 win           * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic
over Barnsley at Oakwell.[4] At the end of the season Neil             league only and correct as of 01:39, 1 September 2012 (UTC).
                                                                                          † Appearances (Goals).
Warnock offered him a new one year deal, which he duly
signed.[5] "Lee Brown has emerged as an exciting prospect
from the QPR youth system in recent years and was rewarded with a one year deal at QPR in 2009. He, along with several
youngsters were given the opportunity to train with the first team in the latter part of the 2008-09 season, after impressing in
the reserves. The left back played an important role in QPR's pre-season of 2009-10 and was subsequently given his first
squad number in light of the lack of full backs at the club. Brown, along with fellow defender Joe Oastler, was loaned out to
Blue Square Premier side Salisbury City. His stay there was curtailed due to Salisbury being unable to renew their loan deals"
He then joined Hayes and Yeading on loan until the end of the 2010-11 campaign, snubbing Leyton Orient on transfer
deadline day to stay Hayes & Yeading until the end of the season.

On 17 June 2011, he signed a 2 year contract with League Two outfit Bristol Rovers.[6] He made his debut in their opening
game of the season, live on Sky Sports, against AFC Wimbledon. Rovers won the game 3-2. He has currently scored 7 goals
for rovers against Crawley town, Cheltenham Town, Rotherham United, Hereford United, Bradford City, Morecambe and
Northampton Town.
On 18 July 2012, Lee Brown signed an extension to his Bristol Rovers contract. The new deal will keep the versatile left
sided player at the Memorial Stadium until the summer of 2014. Manager Mark McGhee said "Lee has come back for pre
season training in top condition, he has the bit between his teeth and a real determination about him."

Statistics
                    Club performance                       League            Cup       League Cup               Total
Season               Club                 League       Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
                        England                            League        FA Cup        League Cup               Total
2008–09 Queens Park Rangers             Championship       0     0       0         0    0        0          0       0
2009–10 Queens Park Rangers                    Championship              1       0       0       0       0      0       1       0
2009–10              Salisbury City        Conference National          13       0       1       0       0      0       14      0
2010–11 Queens Park Rangers                    Championship              0       0       0       0       0      0       0       0
2010-11           Hayes & Yeading          Conference National          10       0       1       0       0      0       0       0
2011–12             Bristol Rovers              League Two               3       0       0       0       0      0       42      7
    Total                           England                             31       0       2       0       0      0       57      0
                            Career total                                31       0       2       0       0      0       57      0


References
     1. ^ "Search 1837 to 2006 – Birth, Marriage and Death                           4. ^ "QPR 1–0 Watford" . BBC Sport. 20 April 2010.
        indexes" . Findmypast.com. Retrieved 2011-10-01.                                Retrieved 10 August 2010.
     2. ^ "QPR give six teenagers pro deals"             . BBC Sport. 4 July         5. ^ "BROWN & OASTLER PEN DEALS"               . qpr.co.uk. 17 May
        2008. Retrieved 10 August 2010.                                                 2010. Retrieved 10 August 2010.
     3. ^ "QPR duo to extend Salisbury loans" . BBC Sport. 17                        6. ^ "LEE BROWN JOINS ROVERS" . Bristol Rovers Official
        November 2009. Retrieved 10 August 2010.                                        Website. 17 June 2011. Retrieved 17 June 2011.

External links
        Profile   at the Official Queens Park Rangers site
        Lee Brown career stats        at Soccerbase

    V   · T· E·                                                    Bristol Rovers F.C. – current squad
1   Bevan · 2 Smith · 3 Paterson · 4 Woodards · 5 Kenneth · 6 Parkes · 7 Clarkson · 8 Gill · 9 Harrold · 10 Richards · 11 Broghammer · 14 L. Brown ·
15      Norburn · 16 Anyinsah · 17 Harrison · 18 Harding · 19 Virgo · 20 Gough · 21 W. Brown · 22 Staley · 23 Goddard · 24 Clarke · 25 Clucas · 26 Lund ·
                                                    28   Walker · 29 Bolger · 31 Hunter · Manager: McGhee ·



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