With a goal haul that wasn’t too far off one in every two games, it’s not tough to what Corey Browne brought to our attack during the mid-90s. In two seasons, the forward banged ’em in as we ruled over non-league football; only Barry Hayles ahead of him on the scoring front. In our title-winning campaign of 1995-6, there were 16 goals to his name. And, in the 1996-7 season, Browne only just fell short of the 20-goal milestone.
It’s no shock, then, that Paul Fairclough called on Browne once more at the start of the 2000-1 season. It was a brief spell that only saw him add two more outings to his total number in Boro’ colours. Sadly, there were to be no more goals and he soon moved on; Harlow Town next up for a striker who’d done his fair share to put us on the map. That includes being one of our two goalscorers as we beat Leyton Orient in the FA Cup.
St Albans City
Harlow Town (2001)
Boreham Wood (2001)
Dover Athletic (2004)
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