Date: 13th March 2017 at 6:13pm
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Chesterfield manager Gary Caldwell confirmed earlier in his pre-match press conference that Birmingham City midfielder Reece Brown had returned to St Andrew`s following a recent loan spell.

The League One side released the news on their Twitter feed with a quote from Caldwell that read- “Reece Brown has gone back to Birmingham and is now training with them.”

Caldwell also stated that ‘a few incidents` had gone on which may just have led to the decision for Brown to return to Blues.

Brown made just two substitute appearances for The Spireites in home defeats against Oldham and Bury after joining on loan in January.

The move clearly didn’t work out for Brown, who is out of contact at Blues at the end of this season, and it does leave question marks about his future.

There’s no doubting that he has the ability to be something special and I would say that he’s probably one of the best technical players at the club.

However, he’s now 21 years of age and hasn’t really pushed on since making his first start for the first team under Lee Clark over three years ago.

We’ve seen glimpses of what he has to offer and he’s a player that I thought might have flourished under Gianfranco Zola.

Unfortunately, it seems that Brown has been unable to really push on and a decision on his future at Blues will have to be made soon.

It’s a shame that he hasn’t been able to find his feet in first team football as he genuinely is a player of class who has natural ability with the ball at his feet.

But, for whatever reason, we haven’t seen the Reece Brown that looks to have so much promise. It’ll be interesting to see what the future holds for him but I’m unsure whether it will be at Blues.

 
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