'Why not? A young manager is a possibility.' Which former player would you like to see take charge of Crawley Town?

Crawley Town Football Club owner Mr Ziya Eren and director Selim Gaygusuz speak during a press conference at the Checkatrade.com Stadium in Crawley after the departure of Head Coach Dermot Drummy and his assistant Matt Gray. Picture by James Boardman/Telephoto Image
Crawley Town Football Club owner Mr Ziya Eren and director Selim Gaygusuz speak during a press conference at the Checkatrade.com Stadium in Crawley after the departure of Head Coach Dermot Drummy and his assistant Matt Gray. Picture by James Boardman/Telephoto Image

Owner Ziya Eren has suggested the next manager of Crawley Town manager could be young and could be a former player.

In a press conference this morning, when asked about candidates and if they're former players, Mr Eren said: "why not? A young manager is a possibility."

And earlier in front of the media he said: "I personally think that if we have someone who knows the club it can be good thing.

"The reason for this is I want someone who knows the area, the town, the fans and the club."

The Turkish owner was speaking in a press conference a day after head coach Dermot Drummy and assistant Matt Gray departed.

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Crawley Town face Mansfield Town in the final game of the season tomorrow. Matt Harrold will take charge of the Reds for the game.