Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy praised Reds keeper Glenn Morris for his brilliant display to keep a clean sheet against Yeovil.
The former Leyton Orient and Gillingham custodian kept Reds in the lead during the second half of Monday’s 2-0 win with a series of excellent saves.
He then continued his work as the club’s goalkeeping coach immediately after the game by coaching substitute keeper Yusuf Mersin.
Drummy said: ”(Assistant manager) Matt Gray calls him ‘The Cat’ and I can understand why.
“What I love about Glenn is he’s working with Yusuf - so he’s played a game and he’s out here now working.
He’s a very experienced man - he’s come here as coach and now I’ve changed it around and he’s applied himself.
“He’s a good keeper and he’s made some great saves.”
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