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Former Arsenal midfielder Henderson to sign for Crawley until the end of the season

Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy is expecting to sign Conor Henderson this week on a permanent basis until the end of the season.

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The larger than normal Crawley Town crowd for their match against Hartlepool. Pic: PW Sport Photography SUS-170114-163411002

A FAN’S VIEW: Pay What You Can exceeds all expectations

Not since May 2015, Coventry City at home and our fateful relegation to League Two had the Checkatrade Stadium seen a bigger attendance than last Saturday’s.

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Dean Cox in action against Hartlepool United. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Crawley Town 1, Hartlepool United 0: A fan's report

Oakwood School student Dylan Boorer, 14, Watched Crawley Town beat Hartlepool United today. Here's his match report.

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Dermot Drummy watches on at Hartlepool

Crawley boss Dermot Drummy praises team for Hartlepool victory

Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy praised match-winner James Collins for his hard-working display which helped earn Reds the three points against Hartlepool.

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James Collins in action for Crawley Town against Hartlepool. Pic: PW Sport Photography SUS-170114-163358002

Crawley 1 Hartlepool 0: Big crowd sees Collins clinch fourth successive home win

Crawley Town’s ground-breaking Pay What You Want day saw more than 4,000 fans see Reds beat Hartlepool Utd 1-0 this afternoon.

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Dermot Drummy, Crawley Town FC Manager. Pic Steve Robards  SR1700081 SUS-171101-161901001

Crawley boss Drummy praises staff for Hartlepool marketing initiative

Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy praised the club’s office staff for the Pay As You Can initiative this weekend.

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Mark Connolly was superb

Mick McCarthy’s golden advice at Wolverhampton Wanderers has stuck with Connolly

Defend first - a simple but valuable piece of advice from former Wolves and Ireland manager Mick McCarthy.

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Brighton defender Shane Duffy. Picture: Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Hughton: We’ll have to be at our best at Preston

Albion are expecting a tough test at the ground where Premier League giants Arsenal scraped a victory on Saturday.

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Bobson Bawling scores. Crawley Town v Whitehawk. Picture by PW Sporting Photography SUS-171101-091749001

Crawley Town’s Bawling hoping goals and hard work can help him break into starting XI

Crawley Town midfielder Bobson Bawling wants to build upon his two goals on Tuesday night during their 3-1 win in the Sussex Senior Cup against Whitehawk and force his way into the League 2 starting XI.

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Jonte Smith celebrates a goal for Lewes. Picture by Angela Brinkhurst

Former Man City cult hero praises Lewes and ex-Crawely Town striker

Ex-Manchester City legend Shaun Goater has praised Lewes centre forward Jonte Smith. Speaking in an interview with bwin, Goater, who scored 32 times in 36 appearance for Bermuda, singled out fellow Bermudan Smith as one to watch in the future for the national team, and sees in him a lot of potential.

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Mark Connolly. Crawley v Barnet. Picture by Phil Westlake SUS-160823-072514001

Connolly convinced promotion is certainty, but Crawley Town can bide time

Mark Connolly is convinced that if they continue making small steps forwards, promotion back into League One is a certainty for Crawley Town.

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Football: Ryman League South Division: Three Bridges v Molesey. Hakeem Adelakum (left) celebrates his goal. Pic Steve Robards  SR1626480 SUS-161209-113624001

Hastings United 3 Three Bridges 2

This game started and ended with Kieron Thorp making excellent saves to deny Kiernan Hughes-Mason, but in-between Bridges more than matched their hosts for long periods of the match.

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Rob Hunt during Albion's 2-0 win against MK Dons on Saturday. Pictures by Phil Westlake PW Sporting Photography SUS-171101-165915002

Crawley Town boss Drummy interested in Brighton defender

Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy is interested in taking defender Rob Hunt on loan from Brighton.

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Crawley Town are holding a Pay What You Can day on Saturday v Hartlepool. Manager Dermot Drummy, Assistant Manager Matt Gray, Operations Directior Kelly Derham and Captain Jimmy Smith. Pic Steve Robards SR1700127 SUS-170901-154333001

Crawley Town throw open their doors for just £1 to show ‘approachable’ and ‘friendly atmosphere’

Crawley Town will throw open their doors with entry from as little as £1 on Saturday and operations director Kelly Derham has appealed to the town to come as see the talent on their doorstep.

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Crawley Town boss Dermot Drummy. Picture by Phil Westlake SUS-160811-144027001

Crawley’s Drummy pleased to give fringe players competitive action in Sussex Senior Cup

Crawley Town’s head coach Dermot Drummy believes playing his fringe players in their Sussex Senior Cup quarter-final win against Whitehawk was a great opportunity.

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Bobson Bawling scored twice for Crawley Town. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Crawley Town 3, Whitehawk 1: Picture gallery

Crawley Town progressed into the semi-finals of the Sussex Senior Cup with a win over Whitehawk.

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Bobson Bawling scores for Crawley's 2nd goal against Whitehawk. Picture by Phil Westlake SUS-171001-211618002

Crawley 3 Whitehawk 1: Bawling brace books Reds’ place in semi-final

Crawley Town recovered from conceding an early goal to book their place in the Sussex Senior Cup semi-final with a 3-1 victory over Whitehawk.

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Crawley Town boss Dermot Drummy. Picture by Phil Westlake SUS-160811-144040001

Crawley Town boss Drummy expects tough game against Whitehawk

Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy expects a tough battle tonight against National League South side Whitehawk in the Sussex Senior Cup quarter-final.

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Sergio Torres. Action from Whitehawk v Hassocks pre-season friendly. Picture by Phil Westlake SUS-160713-215945001

Whitehawk’s Torres to miss Sussex Senior Cup clash against Crawley Town

Crawley Town former fans’ favourite Sergio Torres will miss tomorrow night’s clash against his former side in the quarter-final of the Sussex Senior Cup.

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Crawley Town fan Steve Herbert SUS-160111-112347002

A fan’s view: Drummy’s new side suggest a happy 2017

Sitting 13th in the League might be unlucky for some, but not for Crawley Town who started the new year a healthy mid-table in League Two, six points outside the play-offs with a very creditable 32 points on the board.

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