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Official: Crawley Town Appoint Harry Kewell As New Head Coach

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Coming straight out of the wide blue yonder, Crawley Town have appointed Harry Kewell as their new head coach.

The League Two side made their big announcement via a statement issued on their official websiteat around midday.

NEWS | The club are delighted to announce the appointment of Harry Kewell as our new Head Coach.

League One Preview: Part 1

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So who has either been to a League One game, or even heard of the division? Anyone? No? Ok then... League One is England's third division, below the Premier League and Championship, and above League Two. It sends three teams up to the Championship and four teams down to League Two each year.

Match Of The Past: Crawley Town

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We continue our series of archive matches off the clubs of Football League One this evening with Crawley Town. For obvious reasons, finding videos of Crawley Town matches which go back a long way can be a little bit of a challenge, but we do have six videos featuring the second Football League club in Sussex.

Steve Evans Lands In Hot Water Again

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Of course, Rotherham United knew what they were getting themselves involved with when they took him on in the first place, but the news earlier this week that manager Steve Evans subject of the most read post ever to appear on this little website will now be the subject of a six match stadium ban for his new club over his involvement in some fairly ridiculous scenes earlier this during both during and after a League Two match between Bradford City and his previous club, Crawley Town.

The 200% Pre-Season Previews: League One

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With the Championship starting last night, the Football League season is already underway, but League One kicks off later this afternoon. And after a season where so many sides looked strong at the top, there don't appear to be any sides as strong as those that won promotion last season. With no real makeweights on paper either, we could well be in for one of the tightest division for a while.

Is The Evans Effect Set To Move From Crawley To Rotherham As Well?

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There is, perhaps, little to surprised about regarding the decision of Steve Evans to leave promotion-chasing Crawley Town for Rotherham United this morning. Rumours had been circulating for the last few days that Rotherham were interested in taking him and his baggage on and even the timing with six games of the season left to play and Crawley Town two points off an automatic promotion place isn't a major shock.

Bradford City vs Crawley Town, Or The Decline & Fall Of Western Civilisation

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To wake up this morning and watch the sport segment from the BBC's Breakfast programme, one might have figured that League Two had witnessed the beginning of the decline and fall of western civilisation rather than a fight at the end of a football match. Brows were furrowed and the tone of the presenters was hushed and dark.

The New Town Effect: Brutalism & Abrasive Personalities At Crawley And Stevenage

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If the draw for the Fifth Round of this year's FA Cup was notable for anything in particular, what really stood out was the presence of two clubs for whom an appearance at this stage of the competition would been inconceivable just a couple of decades ago. Last weekend, both Crawley Town and Stevenage chalked up notable wins in the Fourth Round of the competition both by a single goal, with Crawley's coming at Hull City and Stevenage's against Notts County - and the reward for each is a home match against Premier League in the next round, in the form of Stoke City and Tottenham Hotspur respectively.

Evans & Crawley Town: Very Little Season Of Goodwill

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Seldom has there been a less savoury title for a specific football match than The Split Testicle Match, but this is the name that has been given to the Boxing Day League Two match between Crawley Town and Gillingham, in which the visiting side's Chris Whelpdale suffered an injury, of which only the most cursory of descriptions may have sent many males wincing and clutching their groins.

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Chelsea agree deal for 'excellent' defender; 6ft 3in star pleased to complete transfer

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Chelsea have agreed a deal with the League Two side Crawley Town for the loan transfer of young defender Alex Davey. on loan until 3 January 2017.

The highly talented academy star will join the club on loan until 3 January 2017 according to BBC.

The 21-year-old has struggled to break into the first team so far and has spent most of his time on loan at different clubs.

English Capital One Cup – Match Predictions – 25 September 2012

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Below are predictions for all the English Capital One (Football League) Cup matches on September 25, 2012.

Bradford City v Burton Albion, 2:45 PM (USA EST)

Bradford City wins 2-1

Chelsea v Wolverhampton, 2:45 PM (USA EST)

Chelsea wins 1-0

Crawley Town v Swansea City, 2:45 PM (USA EST)

Crawley Town wins 2-1

Leeds United v Everton, 2:45 PM (USA EST)

Everton wins 3-1

Manchester City v Aston Villa, 2:45 PM (USA EST)

Man City wins 2-0

Milton Keynes Dons v Sunderland, 2:45 PM (USA EST)

Sunderland wins 1-0

Preston North End v Middlesbrough, 2:45 PM (USA EST)

Preston North End wins 2-1

Swindon Town v Burnley, 2:45 PM (USA EST)

Burnley wins 3-2

Southampton v Sheffield Wednesday, 2:45 PM (USA EST)

Southampton wins 3-0

West Ham United v Wigan Athletic, 2:45 PM (USA EST)

West Ham United wins 1-0

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Crawley Town FC 2016/17 PUMA Home and Away Kits

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Crawley Town Football Club have unveiled their 2016/17 home and away kits from PUMA. Remembered [...]

Video: Crawley Town players burst into celebratory song after learning of manager Steve Evans’ departure

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It's always a difficult time for a football club when a manager leaves unless that manager is Steve Evans. The mascara-wearing convicted tax fraudster has left Crawley Town to join their League Two rivals Rotherham. And his former players couldn't be happier. The squad decide they're "gonna singing a song ‘cos the fat man's [.

Video: Bradford v Crawley ends in a massive punch-up

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It's not usual to see a bit of handbags at football stadiums up and down the country on a weekly basis, but it rarely goes beyond posturing and a bit of shoving. But last night's League Two clash between Bradford City and Crawley Town ended up in a proper punch-up after the final whistle.


League Two Champions 2011: Shrewsbury Town

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There are eighteen teams that spent the whole of 2011 in League Two (four teams are promoted each season, and two are relegated). Congratulations to Shrewsbury Town, who despite missing out in the League Two playoffs last May ended the year as the League Two side that had gained the most points (an impressive 86) during 2011.

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TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 2 Preview 2015-16

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Kicking off a week of divisional previews, we focus on the movers and shakers in this season's League 2: Cambridge, Portsmouth and Luton are each backed for automatic promotion whereas we suggest it could be a long season for supporters of Carlisle, Dagenham, Hartlepool, Leyton Orient, Morecambe and Newport.

Hartlepool Supporters Dressed As Penguins Storm Through London Underground [PHOTOS]

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Hartlepool United supporters dressed up as penguins stormed through the London Underground today on the way to their match against Crawley Town.

Even though the League One club will be relegated this season to League Two, their supporters are still in buoyant mood. Their fancy dress escapades typically happen when they visit the London area from the North East of England.

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Gender and Football: Getting Stuck In

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Even by the standards of Twitter's water cooler moments, the debate over the award of the Ballon D'Or earlier this month had to be one of the most curious.

Cristiano Ronaldo emerged victorious but in the wake of the Real Madrid man's accolade, most attention was directed towards England manager Roy Hodgson's preference for Javier Mascherano.

My Players Should Experience The Pressure Playing at Newcastle

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John Gregory is now 60 and he has managed some big clubs including Aston Villa in the past, and he is having trouble getting good performances fromhis League One side Crawley Town, when they play at home. John Gregory - now Crawley Town manager John has admitted the crowd are right behind their team when [.

Dempsey to face Donovan, racism revisited after FA Cup fourth round draw

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By JOHN BOSCHINI

Headlines in England following the draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup will be centered on the Liverpool vs. Manchester United battle and a possible QPR vs. Chelsea meeting, as rematches of racism-marred Premier League games take center stage. For American fans, though, there's a much more tasty fixture to be found.

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TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 1 Preview 2014-5

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[W]hen asked by the esteemed editors of this site to compile a preview to the League One season I had to first humbly remind them that my own team, Carlisle United, were cruelly and indignantly relegated to League Two at the end of last year. There followed a degree of brow furrowing consternation before an uttered agreement that 'I'd do'.

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 1 Preview 2014-5

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[W]hen asked by the esteemed editors of this site to compile a preview to the League One season I had to first humbly remind them that my own team, Carlisle United, were cruelly and indignantly relegated to League Two at the end of last year. There followed a degree of brow furrowing consternation before an uttered agreement that 'I'd do'.

League One 2012/2013: Players who started the first and last game of the season for their club

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The following list shows the players who started the first and last league games for their League clubs in the 2012/2013 season.

  • Stevenage (8) James Dunne, Luke Freeman, Marcus Haber, Darius Charles, Chris Day, Mark Roberts, David Gray and Bondz N'Gala.
  • Carlisle United (7) Liam Noble, Brad Potts, Lee Miller, James Trevor Berrett, Danny Livesey, Matthew James Robson and Paul Thirlwell.

League One 2012/2013: Players who started the first and last game of the season for their club

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The following list shows the players who started the first and last league games for their League clubs in the 2012/2013 season.

  • Tranmere Rovers (8) Liam Palmer, Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro, Andy Robinson, Ash Taylor, Danny Holmes, Zoumana Bakayogo, Ben Gibson and Owain Fôn Williams.

Americans Abroad: A Look Ahead

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The UEFA Champions League group stage is within reach for two Americans, but their teams will need to overcome first-leg deficits if they are to maintain hopes of competing on Europe's biggest stage and join the likes of Americans Jermaine Jones and Michael Parkhurst in the tournament field.

2ª Fase Copa da Liga Inglesa - 2012/2013

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Fonte: http://premierleaguebrasil.com.br/2012/08/15/confrontos-da-2-fase-da-copa-da-liga-inglesa-sao-sorteados


Foram definidos nesta quarta-feira os confrontos da segunda fase da Copa da Liga Inglesa – que agora é chamada de Capital One Cup (e não mais Carling Cup) por conta de uma troca de detentores dos naming rights da competição.

Capital One Cup First-Round Draw: Football League Newbies Fleetwood Town Get Underway At Nott’m Forest

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By Chris Wright

Just a quickie to keep y'all abreast of happenings on the domestic front, in so far as the draw for the first round of the Capital One Cup (or the League Cup as it's also known) has been made this morning.

It looks a little like this.

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Wolves v Crawley: Let Operation Championship Commense

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Wolves v Crawley: Let Operation Championship Commense - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

SkyBet League One
Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton
Friday 23rd August 2013
Kickoff: 19:45 GMT (live on Sky Sports 1)
Referee: Simon Hooper

Friday night see's SkyBet League One action return to Sky Sports One with Crawley Town making the trip north to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux.

Crawley Town Fan Banned For ‘Winding Up’ Crystal Palace Boss Ian Holloway

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By Alan Duffy

Never short of a cheeky word or two himself, Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway recently found himself on the receiving end of some fan abuse at a friendly away at Crawley Town.

According to the Brighton & Hove Argus, Red Devils' fan Paul Prendergast spent most of Staurday's friendly hurling abuse at Holloway from the stand behind the dugouts, with the Eagles' boss eventually losing patience with the Crawley fan.

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Liverpool v Swansea 10.31.12

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4pm ET, not on live anywhere as far as I can tell. And so far, I can't find any sign of streams. If something shows up, you'll probably hear about it on Twitter. I'm skeptical. And if there are no streams, there will be no match review. We'll find out tomorrow, I guess.

Last four head-to-head:
0-1 Swansea (a) 05.

10 Football Managers It’s Impossible To Love

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By Chris Wright

Given the furore at Leeds yesterday, we thought it would be fairly timely to put together Pies' pick of the ten English-based football managers that, for one reason or another, are almost impossible to foster a begrudging respect for let alone take to your heart.

All January 2012 English Premier League Transfers

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All January 2012 English Premier League Transfers - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

You'll find the latest Premier League Transfers (January 2012) listed here. Archives for older transfer seasons are at the end of this page. For the latest transfer rumours and confirmed transfers for other leagues, see our football transfer lists page.

FA Cup Draw: Chelsea to face QPR/MK Dons in fourth round

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A largely average performance resulted in a 4-0 win over Portsmouth at Stamford Bridge and a place in the draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup. Hey, I'm not complaining.

Who's up next then? The Dons of MK or that lot from down the road.


Rubbish

Chelsea will travel to either MK Dons or Queens Park Rangers in the next round of the competition.

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IT’S HERE!!!! Dave Disco Strikes again!

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Welcome to my blog I am Dave Disco I'm 32 years old I currently live in Swansea and I am (I think I may have mentioned this in intro) a TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR fan and along with a former colleague have become researchers of the weird and wonderful world of the bizarre football. We are embarking [...]

Mid-Day Ticker: Chelsea close in on De Bruyne, Terry ruled out and more

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By FRANCO PANIZO

Chelsea is looking for a better second half of the season in the Premiership, and it is hoping the signing of an attacking midfielder will help them do that.

Chelsea is set to sign Kevin De Bruyne from Belgian club RC Genk on a five-year deal.

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VIDEO: Bradford vs Crawley Town Mass Brawl

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TweetFive players were sent off in the dressing room after a post-match brawl following Crawley Town's 2-1 win at Bradford on Tuesday night. In a bad tempered encounter, five players including; Bradford's Andrew Davies, Luke Oliver and Jon McLaughlin, as well as Crawley's Kyle McFadzean and substitute Claude Davis were red-carded in the dressing rooms [.

Pictures: Bradford vs Crawley Town Mass Brawl

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TweetFive players were sent off in the dressing room after a post-match brawl following Crawley Town's 2-1 win at Bradford on Tuesday night. In a bad tempered encounter, five players including; Bradford's Andrew Davies, Luke Oliver and Jon McLaughlin, as well as Crawley's Kyle McFadzean and substitute Claude Davis were red-carded in the dressing rooms [.

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Just Football Predictions League Round-Up: Week 2

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Just Football Predictions League Round-Up: Week 2 is a post from: Just Football

Things are starting to shape up in the Just Football Predictions League and after Week 2 little has been done to dislodge the boss, Jonathan F (@JFfutbol) from top spot.

He was, however, defeated by an entrant from Twitter, Gene Oliver (@mantomanmarking) who out-scored Jonathan by 13-11.

Wilkinson's New Home

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After a less than thrilling time in the Land of Smiles with Police United former Singaporean international John Wilkinson is packing his backs once more.

This time he is heading east to India where he will team up with fellow Englishman David Booth at Salgaocar in the I League.

Salgaocar play in the one time hippy beach resort of Goa on India's west coast and Wilkinson won't be short of company; as well as the well travelled Booth, former Arsenal and Wolves winger Rohan Ricketts plays for Dempo who share the same stadium as the former SAFFC player's new club.

Weekend Results: Sitting Pretty (But Mostly Still)

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Players disrespecting referees is a big problem in many European leagues. Not so much in the Bundesliga, though. Image:Â Â THOMAS KIENZLE/AFP/Getty Images.

While everyone in England was caught up in the now traditional FA Cup bicker-fest, the rest of the European Leagues had a peculiar stillness about them this weekend.