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Blue kid on the block - Reece Brown

Posted: Wed 31 Jul 2013
Author: Andy Walker
Reece Brown

Reece Brown

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In the first of a new series, we turn the spotlight on fresh talent emerging through the Blues Academy system.

This week is the turn of midfielder Reece Brown, who made his non-competitive debut for the first-team during last weekend's 2-1 pre-season victory over Hull City.

Date of birth: 3/3/1996

What school did you go to? Dormston School in Dudley.

What was the first team you played for? Sedgley White Lions

Do you have a nickname? Yes, Browny.

How were you spotted by Blues? Coaches came into my school.

How long have you been at the club? For seven years.

What are your strengths as a player? What I can do on the ball.

If you could improve one part of your game what would it be? Mental strength.

Which non-footballing sportsman do you most admire? Usain Bolt

Who is the most skillful player you have played with? Ravel Morrison

Which team did you support as a boy? Liverpool.

Who do you think is the world's best footballer in your position? Andres Iniesta.

What is the most memorable match you've played in? Playing for England U17s against Turkey U17s.

Describe yourself in three words: Individual, unpredictable and baller.

Blues Academy teammates

Quickest? George McGee.

Best banter? Viv Solomon.

Hard man? Natty Kelly.

Biggest joker? Viv Solomon.

Worst haircut? Dom Bernard.

Best dressed? Josh Cogley.

Biggest moaner? Myself.

Future manager? Myself