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Articles by Jason Brown

Brown ready for Friedal battlePress article: Brown ready for Friedal battle - 28/06/2006
Jason comments on his battle for the No.1 berth at new club Blackburn. [More]

Still the best between the sticksPress article: Still the best between the sticks - 07/03/2006
Vital Gillingham editor Jon answers Ten questions on Saturday's opponents and he isn't sounding too confident! [More]

Exciting news as Jason nears a full international call up... [More]

Press article: Brown targets Wales keeper spot - 20/11/2004
The BBC report on Jason's target of acheiving a full Welsh cap. [More]

Press article: Match report - 24/10/2004
With Jason making his league return to first team action the match didn't go as planned, however he did pull off a few notable saves. [More]

Backed into a cornerBacked into a corner - 30/09/2004
It saddens me to announce that I've handed in a formal transfer request this morning. **Now with fan reaction** [More]

Standing stillStanding still - 01/09/2004
Jason talks about his frustration and his determination to train hard in preparation for a change in fortune. [More]

Let's hope next year is betterLet's hope next year is better - 07/06/2004
Jason looks back at a disappointing season and hopes that the club can attract one or two decent signings to help ensure a more successful 2004/05. [More]

Press article: Gillingham fear Pullis will wreak his revenge - 07/05/2004
A report in 'The Sentinel' focusing on the return of a two Gillingham favourites! [More]

Fit and waiting to playFit and waiting to play - 30/04/2004
After recovering from his thigh injury, Jason is hungry for first team football although accepts that he might have to wait until next season for selection. [More]

Getting closerGetting closer - 13/04/2004
As he nears a first team re-call, Jason talks about his fitness and looks forward to the arrival of Ipswich. [More]

Ready for actionReady for action - 22/03/2004
Having recovered from a muscle injury, Jason comments on his battle to get back into Gillingham's first team. [More]

Brown faces battlePress article: Brown faces battle - 18/03/2004
A BBC report on Gillingham's new signing - goalkeeper Steve Banks and the resulting comment from Andy Hessenthaler that Jason "will have to fight for the shirt". [More]

Back to square one!Back to square one! - 18/02/2004
After battling back from injury and making a first team, Jason suffered a setback in injuring the same muscle in last Monday's friendly against Gravesend. [More]

I should be back in within two weeksI should be back in within two weeks - 18/01/2004
After antagonising a thigh injury during the Preston game, Jason looks at making a return to training and states his break could be a blessing in disguise. [More]

Press article: Nico - why I decided to go it alone - 07/01/2004
A Birmingham Evening Mail report on Nico Vaesen joining Gillingham after injuries to Jason and reserve team 'keeper Vince Bartram [More]

Bring on CharltonBring on Charlton - 15/12/2003
With the FA Cup draw made last week, Jason comments on his delight at facing his old club at the Priestfield in a few weeks time. The Gills keeper also picked up the South East PLayer of the Year award - whilst his wife joined him in picking up something less attractive!! [More]

Sign of the times - 01/12/2003
With Forest signing Marlon King, Jason fears that further sales may be on the way - and if it's him, he'll have mixed feelings about leaving the club. [More]

Difficult times - 20/11/2003
With the players being asked to take wage deferments< Jason comments on the players desire to help Gillingham through these difficult times. He also looks at Saturday's game at Coventry and the disappointment of the Welsh defeat at home to Russia. [More]

Press article: Ipswich 3 Gillingham 4 - 04/11/2003
The Ipswich Evening Star report on Saturday's classic game - with comments from Jason. [More]

A bad day at the office! - 29/10/2003
After the disappointment of last night's 2-0 defeat to Bolton, Jason looks back at a game he'll rather forget. [More]

Press article: SHOULDER BACKS BROWN TO SUCCEED - 11/10/2003
After Jason played his last game for the Welsh under 21's last night, the under 21 manager, Jimmy Shoulder, pays a tribute and states that full caps are a realsitic ambition. [More]

Young Player of the Year - 07/10/2003
The Welsh FA awarded Jason the title of 'Young Player of the Year' at an award ceremony on Monday night. [More]

The role of football authoritiesThe role of football authorities - 03/10/2003
With racism in European football punished by UEFA, but Welsh fans under investigation, and with the FA taking months to punish Sol Campbell's Charity Shield incident, Jason questions the role of football's governing bodies. [More]

Two on the bounce...let's make it threeTwo on the bounce...let's make it three - 26/09/2003
With two great results against Stoke and West Ham, confidence has been restored and Jason looks forward to the Rotherham game. [More]

Press article: Gillingham 1 Norwich 2 - 17/09/2003
The BBC's match report on last night's disappointing home game against Norwich. Jason's comments to follow in a later article. [More]

Press article: Cardiff crushing has Gillingham reeling - 16/09/2003
An report on Saturday's heavy defeat at Cardiff featuring quotes from Jason and Andy Hess. [More]

Setting the record straight - 09/09/2003
After two Welsh under 21 Internationals, Jason looks at the massive diappointment in Italy, followed by the improvement in the home game against Finland. [More]

A good start - 22/08/2003
Although we haven't picked up any wins in the opening league games, we're unbeaten as any keeper will tell you, two clean sheets represent a satisfying personal performance. [More]

Press article: Wales may seek UEFA action over racist slurs - 21/08/2003
Jason Brown suffered racial abuse and, according to manager Jimmy Shoulder, two other players were physically assaulted during the Welsh under 21's defeat by Serbia and Montenegro. [More]