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TASTE OF THE TERRACE: Smith's late goal brings surprise relief for Crawley Town fans

I don’t imagine anybody saw this one coming.

Crawley Town skipper Jimmy Smith celebrates scoring Reds' third goal in their 3-3 draw at home to Carlisle which earnt the point which secured their League 2 status.
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Crawley Town boss Drummy: 'Staying up is an achievement'

Crawley Town chief coach Dermot Drummy was relieved to get the final point which kept Reds in League 2.
Steve Evans smiling in his Crawley Town days. Picture by Jon Rigby

Former Crawley Town boss Evans: 'Money doesn't motivate me. I've got money'

Former Crawley Town manager Steve Evans admitted that he is only motivated by winning football matches which he described as the best feeling in the world.

Fast Signs sponsors of the new hospitality pod at the  Checkatrade Stadium in Crawley. February 18, 2017.
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Fastsigns back Crawley Town box

The team at Fastsigns Crawley is donning its Red Devils kit by sponsoring a hospitality box at the team’s home ground.

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Crawley Town fan Geoff Thornton

TASTE OF THE TERRACE: Crawley show no progress from last year

The only consistent thing with Crawley Town is their inconsistency and following the highly creditable showing against Plymouth Argyle, you could bet your boots they wouldn’t repeat it against struggling Cheltenham Town. They didn’t.
James Collins went close to scoring for Crawley Town during their 1-0 defeat at Accrington Stanley. 
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Accrington Stanley 1 Crawley Town 0: Reds narrowly lose to in-form team

Reds returned from Lancashire empty-handed as a 48th minute goal by Accrington Stanley's Shay McCartan handed them their third defeat in four matches.

Reds fan Steve Herbert

FAN’S VIEW: Steve Herbert says Good Friday’s point may prove to be valuable in quest to stay up

Unlike the previous home game against Plymouth, Crawley Town managed to hang on to secure a precious point at home to relegation-threatened Cheltenham Town last Friday.

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Crawley Town 0 Cheltenham Town 0: Reds held to home draw

Crawley Town were held to a goalless home draw by relegation-threatened Cheltenham.

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Josh Payne - Crawley Town FC v Wycombe Wanderers FC. Photo by Jack Beard. SUS-160608-204626008

Crawley Town’s Josh wants to inflict Payne on his former club Cheltenham

Crawley Town midfielder Josh Payne is looking forward to facing his former club Cheltenham on Good Friday, where he has fond memories.

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Crawley Town fan Steve Herbert

FAN'S VIEW: Cup fever hits Town as cup final date set

Cup fever hit the town last week when Crawley Town’s much anticipated date for the Sussex Senior Cup final was announced.

Crawley Town fan Geoff Thornton.
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TASTE OF THE TERRACE: Pilgrims combine with referee to spoil Crawley Town's party

I am delighted to confirm that the good Dr Jekyll is alive and well at the Checkatrade Stadium.

Crawley Town FC v Plymouth Argyle FC. Dean Cox gets opener. Pic Steve Robards SR1706788 SUS-170804-154648001

Crawley winger Cox’s goal delight soured by final result against Plymouth

Crawley Town winger Dean Cox finally got off the mark with his first goal for the club during Reds’ 2-1 defeat at home by Plymouth Argyle.

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Crawley Town FC v Plymouth Argyle FC. Dean Cox gets opener. Pic Steve Robards SR1706821 SUS-170804-154751001

Crawley boss Drummy believes they should have beaten Plymouth

Disappointed Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy admitted he thought his side deserved to take three points against Plymouth.

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Dean Cox scored his first goal for Crawley Town.

Crawley Town 1 Plymouth Argyle 2: 94th minute goal brings Reds disappointing home defeat

Crawley Town suffered a disappointing last minute defeat to second-placed Plymouth after taking a first half lead.
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Richie Barker in 2013 in charge of Crawley Town.
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Interview with former Crawley Town manager Richie Barker

Forner Crawley Town manager Richie Barker has spoken about his run-ins with another ex-Reds boss Steve Evans.

Crawley Town skipper Jimmy Smith

Crawley skipper Smith relishing meeting with ex-Town captain Bradley

Crawley Town skipper Jimmy Smith is relishing coming up against a previous Reds captain on Saturday.
Crawley Town left-back Andre Blackman

Crawley defender Blackman admits it was never going to be easy at Newport

Crawley Town left-back Andre Blackman admitted it was never going to be easy to play the second to bottom team who were fighting to stay up in front of a noisy home crowd in South East Wales on Saturday.

The Newport County pitch at Rodney Parade before kick-off.
Picture by Steve Herbert

FAN'S VIEW: Steve Herbert says - 'I can't wait for the season to finish'

Regular readers of this column will know how positive and upbeat I like to be about the Reds
Crawley Town fan and Crawley Observer columnist Geoff Thornton

TASTE OF THE TERRACE: Spirit of Mr Hyde haunts Crawley at Newport

Crawley Town are struggling to cope with the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde syndrome as their performances never maintain a similar level from one match to the next.

Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy praised Reds' second-half display

Crawley boss Dermot Drummy: We should have got a draw at Newport

Dermot Drummy thought his side improved after the break and should have earned a draw from their second-half performance.

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