|Full name||Jon Edmund Alexander Brady|
|Date of birth||14 January 1975|
|Place of birth||Newcastle, Australia|
|1998–2002||Rushden & Diamonds||185||(25)|
|2007||→ Kidderminster Harriers (loan)||9||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 13:35, 10 February 2008 (UTC).
He previously played for Hayes, Rushden & Diamonds, Woking, Chester City, Stevenage Borough and Hereford United. His most recent club was Kidderminster Harriers, where he was on loan from Cambridge United until the end of the 2006/07 season. He signed for Conference North side Kettering Town in June 2007. He was a vital member of the squad that gained promotion to the Conference National for 2008/09 season.
Brady was a Football Conference champion with Rushden & Diamonds in 2000-01, scoring the winner at his future club Chester City on the final day of the season to make promotion mathematically certain. The following season saw him appear on the losing side for Rushden against Cheltenham Town in the Football League Division Three play-off final at the Millennium Stadium.
He also suffered play-off disappointment in the Football Conference with Chester City (2003) and Stevenage Borough (2005). He left Chester for Stevenage after helping them to win the Conference title in season 2003-04 and had recently moved on from Hereford United when they were promoted back to the Football League in 2005-06.
2009/10 Season finished 5th Highest finish Brackley have achieved in their history making the Play - Offs
2010/11 Season finished 9th
2011/12 Won the Southern League with 85 points beating St Albans City on the final day of the season 6 - 0.
2012/13 Conference North Manager of the Month August & September
2012/13 Finished 3rd in the Conference North on 85 points and making the play - off finals
2013/14 Having been 1st up to Christmas with 1 defeat in 23 games Brackley beat Gillingham in a FA Cup 1st Round Replay live on BT Sport. Thereafter Brackley lost 3 - 2 in the 2nd round away to Macclesfield. Brackley finished 7th due to a tough period of 10 away games in 5 weeks due to their FA Cup exploits.
2014/15 Brackley's wage bill was seriously reduced due to a few issues and the Chairman Francis Oliver was quoted as saying if we are able to stay in the Conference North this will be a huge achievement. Brackley Finished 18th on 47 points and maintained their Conference North Status.
2015/16 Jon Brady resigned on 5 September with Brackley Town in the Conference North and quoted that he felt it was time to move on for a fresh challenge.
All in all Jon Brady Won 7 Trophies and broke all records as manager at Brackley Town.
He was the longest serving and most successful manager they have had.
- As of 9 September 2015.
|Brackley Town||1 March 2009||9 September 2015||306||132||76||98||43.1|||
- "Kettering recruit Lloyd and Brady". BBC Sport. 2007-06-03. Retrieved 2007-09-04.
- Harriers Online profile
- AUSSIES ABROAD - OZ Football
- "Managers: Jon Brady". Soccerbase. Centurycomm. Retrieved 7 February 2016.