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Fulham, Charlton, Cardiff, Millwall and Notts Forest chasing FA Cup star Roarie Deacon

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Crawley Town goalkeeper Glenn Morris wants to see Reds bounce back. 
Picture by Steve Robards

Morris: 'We've got to get back to form'

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Sami El-Abd levels for Bognor versus Crawley / Picture by Tim Hale

Crawley cruelly end Bognor's Sussex Senior Cup dream

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Three Bridges goalkeeper Martin Grant was man of the match against Hythe. 
Picture by Scott White

Improved Three Bridges show the way ahead

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Crawley Town to make changes for cup semi-final clash against Bognor

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READER'S LETTER: Our Chelsea Academy lads think they can float around the pitch avoiding physical contact

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FAN’S VIEW: Crawley Town fan Steve Herbert says Morecambe was a game too many

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Crawley Town fan and columnist Geoff Thornton SUS-150216-151358002

TASTE OF THE TERRACE: Colchester promise blown away in two minutes

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Aryan Tajbakhsh in action against Charlton. Picture by Phil Westlake SUS-160510-145812001

Crawley’s Tajbakhsh goes out on loan and scores on debut for Wealdstone

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Fulham, Charlton, Cardiff, Millwall and Notts Forest chasing FA Cup star Roarie Deacon

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Crawley Town goalkeeper Glenn Morris wants to see Reds bounce back. 
Picture by Steve Robards

Morris: 'We've got to get back to form'

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Crawley Town will be making changes to their line-up tonight

Crawley Town to make changes for cup semi-final clash against Bognor

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Criticised: Reds head coach Dermot Drummy

READER'S LETTER: Our Chelsea Academy lads think they can float around the pitch avoiding physical contact

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Kids from Maidenbower Junior School waving flags to welcome the players on to the pitch at Crawley Town v Morecambe. Picture by Steve Herbert SUS-170220-151440002

FAN’S VIEW: Crawley Town fan Steve Herbert says Morecambe was a game too many

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