Crawley Town: why I am not celebrating

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7 Responses

  1. Jertzee says:

    Being managed by a convicted criminal , and for illegalities when a manager of another football club is reason enough to hate Crawley.

    Love to know where their money is coming from, and how it is going out, cough, …..

  2. Martin says:

    You’re just jealous apparently…

  3. Martin says:

    Although there’s not much difference between what Crawley and Brighton are doing of course (buying a League and/or shiny new stadium with backers’ money).

    At least Tony Bloom’s actually a fan and is mainly spending his money on long-term facilities for his club (that they clearly could not otherwise afford) and we know his name though.

    I wonder what Michel Kuipers makes of it all as glances at his bank balance?

  4. Ricky says:

    The way Crawley played Kettering yesterday (I’m a Kettering fan by the way, so maybe slightly biased), they won’t be in the league for long if they do get promoted! (Unless the ref always helps them out as much as last night).

    Their manager is a parasite. Even if he didn’t do what he did, he still would be loathed. The way him and his sidekick pressure the refs into decisions is disgusting. I look forward to watching the “Mighty Crawley” crumble into a heap of improperly managed, overpaid non-league residents next season.

  5. Dermot O'Dreary says:

    Let’s hope that the poor children of Crawley don’t get to read this – apparently their lives are being ruined by all of these negative comments:

    http://www.twohundredpercent.net/?p=10813

    Ricky – I have to echo much of what you say, I sincerely hope that Crawley don’t get a chance to demonstrate their lack of quality in the Football League next season.

    Jertzee – wouldn’t we all love to know where the money’s coming from ….

  6. maliniok says:

    All that is said above is true, apart from one thing: that Crawley are buying a league place. Most promotions (Blackpool except) are based on a club having more money/resources than others available so condemning Crawley may sound a bit hypocritical. I am becoming tired of this constant Crawley bashing, reminders about their convicted manager and the unknown sources of their wealth – let them enjoy what they have and patiently wait until they find their natural level somewhere in Ryman League in a few seasons.

  7. Kentrebel says:

    Sad to read the article by Ted as there are many better reasons to loathe Creepy FCs purchase of a league place, not least of which is there history of going bust and the effect on their creditors, as well as their employment of Mr Evans

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