Fleet management team commit to long term

The club announced today that manager Steve Brown has signed a new two-year contract. Assistant manager Steve Gritt and first-team coach David Jupp have also signed for the same period of time. Club chairman Dr Abdulla Al Humaidi said, “When KEH acquired the club last June and appointed Steve Brown as first-team manager he had…

Meet the management in March

Fans are reminded that Ebbsfleet United are holding a special evening on Wednesday, March 26, giving fans the chance to quiz the management on all things football. The Fleet Lounge will open at 6.30pm while the Q&A will commence at 7.00pm and conclude at 9.00pm. Steve Brown and Steve Gritt will be at the top…

‘Not a one-man show’ says Brown of award

Fleet boss Steve Brown refused to take the credit following his award as Skrill South manager of the month for November. “Being manager of a team is certainly not a one-man show,” reflected a modest Brown “And although the award is labelled manager of the month, in my eyes it’s recognition for all connected with…

Fleet win Skrill South awards

Ebbsfleet United manager Steve Brown has scooped a Skrill monthly gong following his side’s fantastic run during November, while striker Michael Thalassitis won player of the month. The Fleet boss won the manager of the month award for Skrill South following a run of results that included three league wins, two FA Trophy triumphs and…

Brown and Burman reflect on “great cup tie”

Steve Brown was upbeat after his side bounced back from midweek defeat and rallied to extend their FA Cup run to at least next Tuesday following the Fleet manager’s first taste of a competitive north Kent derby. “It was a great cup tie and I thoroughly enjoyed it from the sidelines,” he told BBC Radio…

Brown praises Gosport effort

Fleet boss Steve Brown complimented Gosport Borough’s endeavour despite the visitors descending to the bottom of Skrill South after their 2-1 defeat at Stonebridge Road this afternoon. “There are fine lines in this league,” Brown told BBC Radio Kent’s Charles Webster. “We warned the players and watched a video of Gosport in midweek. They knock it…

Brown Writes 19.10.13

It’s been a big week regarding results and our win last Saturday in the third qualifying round of the FA Cup has set up a mouth watering tie against our local rivals Dartford on 26th October. We went into the tie off the back of two very good league results and the players once again…

Match preview: Fleet fired up to conquer Invicta

Fleet go into tomorrow’s FA Cup second qualifying round tie against Folkestone Invicta with a strong chance of welcoming Ben May back into the fold. The 29-year-old summer recruit has been restricted to one substitute appearance at Eastbourne this season after a back injury ruled him out for much of the campaign so far, but…

Fleet react but boss feels the frustration

Ebbsfleet United manager Steve Brown praised his players’ reaction to Tuesday’s defeat against Chelmsford but was once again left frustrated by the goals return – and the performance of the stand-in referee, who denied Fleet a seemingly nailed-on penalty in the final seconds of Saturday’s draw against Boreham Wood. “It was a good reaction [to…

‘Wrong decisions’ upset Fleet boss

Steve Brown was left to bemoan the chances that went begging as Fleet ran out with another draw at Stonebridge Road against Bath. “The difference against Tonbridge in midweek,” he told Charles Webster on BBC Radio Kent,  “was we took our chances we created. But today and before that against Maidenhead, we’ve had great opportunies…