Drummy to make decision on ex-Liverpool and Congolese trialists in Lewes friendly

Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy. Picture by Jack Beard.
Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy. Picture by Jack Beard.
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Dermot Drummy will make a decision on his final two trialists after Tuesday night’s penultimate pre-season friendly at Lewes.

Former Liverpool and Sporting Lisbon midfielder Yalany Baio was one of two hopefuls on the Crawley Town bench that got game time against Millwall.

The other was 28-year-old Congolese defender Dieumerci Vua, who has mainly played in France.

Baio also featured against Worthing midweek, but the pair did little to stand-out in their short cameos on Saturday - although that was in a disjointed final 15 minutes.

Reds head coach Drummy will look at the pair again against Ryman League side Lewes and said: “The situation is I will look again on Tuesday and decide on Tuesday with them.

“At the moment we are still looking (at additional signings) because things are changing around and loans will be coming up, so the options will be changing again.”

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