Scott Brown enjoyed a long and successful career in the EFL as a goalkeeper before turning his attention to coaching following retirement.
He amassed over 500 professional appearances, the majority of which came during his time with Cheltenham Town, where he spent just under a decade between 2005 and 2014.
Initially scouted by Birmingham City as a youngster before going on to play for the Wolverhampton Wanderers academy, it was with the Robins where he cemented himself as an EFL regular.
Following spells with Wycombe Wanderers and north of the border at Aberdeen, Brown joined Port Vale and did not miss a single league game during his three-year stay in Staffordshire, picking up the club’s Player of the Year accolade at the end of the 2017/18 campaign.
He linked up with Matt Taylor in 2021 following the end of his spell at Vale Park to kick-start his coaching career with Exeter City, but was also registered as a plyer if required.
Having been an integral member of the coaching team when Exeter won promotion from Sky Bet League Two, he reunited with Matt Taylor and Wayne Carlisle again when the pair made the move to the Millers in October 2022.