Former Aberdeen Girls ahead Louise Brown says transfer to Montrose was the appropriate factor to do for her household
Brown, 25, left the Dons after only one season – the place she featured 27 occasions in all competitions – to affix the Gable Endies.
In signing for Montrose, the striker will transfer down a degree to SWPL 2 because the Angus aspect put together for his or her first season within the second tier of Scottish ladies’s soccer.
Former Aberdeen Girls ahead Louise Brown believes that shifting to Montrose will enable her to higher steadiness soccer and mentioning her younger sons.
Nonetheless, Brown isn’t bothered about shifting down a league if it means extra time along with her boys and being financially higher off than she was whereas at Aberdeen.
Brown was not one of many 5 gamers who had been provided a semi-pro contract with the Dons forward of the approaching season. Her new membership might be paying her bills as she travels down from Mintlaw – one thing she wasn’t getting from the Reds.
On her determination to go away Aberdeen, Brown stated: “It was close to the top of final season the place I didn’t know if being at Aberdeen was the appropriate factor for me.
“It’s simply numerous dedication, after which not getting as a lot recreation time as I’d hoped for. Or getting recreation time after which not getting time – and never getting an reason why you didn’t play.
“It was sort of a rollercoaster together with your feelings.
“This season Aberdeen clearly wished you to commit extra, however Montrose are going to be extra lenient in that method.
“It’ll be much less coaching and I received’t be spending gas cash there, so it’s useful for me and my household.
“Montrose was a chance I couldn’t flip down. I’ll nonetheless have time with my boys and I’m not shedding out on cash as properly. It’s a win-win state of affairs for me.”
Brown leaves Aberdeen with good recollections, from sharing the pitch along with her “nice” teammates to taking part in in record-breaking matches at Pittodrie and Ibrox.
She began in Aberdeen Girls’s homecoming match the place virtually 2,000 followers watched on from the Major Stand, which is one thing she is going to always remember.
The striker added: “Final season was wonderful – I’ll always remember it. It was the very best season in soccer that I’ve ever had, so I’ve positively left on a excessive.
“I didn’t wish to re-sign after which find yourself not liking it, or nonetheless being in two minds whether or not I ought to depart or not.