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Re: Come on Crawley 2012

Post by mzawf » Sun Aug 19, 2012 9:36 am

steveizy wrote:
dub wrote:'New Crawley boss Richie Barker began with a win as the Reds knocked Millwall out of the League Cup on penalties.' BBC sport
Crawley Town win 4-1 :clap :clap
A good start for the 'Barker Boys' aka :reddevils The match outcome was decided by a penalty shoot out
All in all, a well deserved victory :punch
Next up Scunthorpe COME ON YOU REDS!
:mz


Full write-up on Crawley 3 Scunthorpe 0 tomorrow... too hot and knackered, and excited!, to do anything tonight. We are top of League1 :drink

The 'drums' are beating in Broadfield as the excitement spreads about the news of a dominating performance by the :crawleyscarf over Scunthorpe.
Looking forward to reading your match report on the games action :thunbsup
Come on you REDs :scarf :scarf :scarf

Re: Come on Crawley 2012

Post by steveizy » Sat Aug 18, 2012 7:42 pm

dub wrote:'New Crawley boss Richie Barker began with a win as the Reds knocked Millwall out of the League Cup on penalties.' BBC sport
Crawley Town win 4-1 :clap :clap
A good start for the 'Barker Boys' aka :reddevils The match outcome was decided by a penalty shoot out
All in all, a well deserved victory :punch
Next up Scunthorpe COME ON YOU REDS!
:mz


Full write-up on Crawley 3 Scunthorpe 0 tomorrow... too hot and knackered, and excited!, to do anything tonight. We are top of League1 :drink

Re: Come on Crawley 2012

Post by dub » Sat Aug 18, 2012 1:53 pm

'New Crawley boss Richie Barker began with a win as the Reds knocked Millwall out of the League Cup on penalties.' BBC sport
Crawley Town win 4-1 :clap :clap
A good start for the 'Barker Boys' aka :reddevils The match outcome was decided by a penalty shoot out
All in all, a well deserved victory :punch
Next up Scunthorpe COME ON YOU REDS!
:mz

Re: Come on Crawley 2012

Post by dub » Sat Aug 11, 2012 5:14 pm

dub wrote:Friendly :kiss against Brighton 08/08
Brighton placed 6th in the Championship the 'Seagulls' believe they can achieve Premiership status this season. Methinks that this friendly game shouldn't be much of a problem as a warm up for the 'Barker Boys' :-D
A new begining :clap

COME ON YOU REDS!
:scarf :crawleyscarf :scarf :reddevils :cheers
On more of a personal level when :reddevils beat the 'seagulls' (3 - 2 lets say :crawleyscarf ) I can get some mileage ribbing a buddy who supports Brighton :joker Big Time ! :rotfl
:mz

:reddevils 2 The Seagulls 2 :football :football :football
An own goal, :angry a tactical error by Crawley resulted, in a draw. 10/08 :scarf
Snippets of info gleaned suggest that Crawley were the stronger team :thumbsup
2- 2 at the final whistle :yes could have been 2 -1 :innocent


1st up Millwall :-D
It's in the lap of the Gods :glasses
COME ON YOU REDS!

Re: Come on Crawley 2012

Post by dub » Fri Aug 10, 2012 4:53 pm

Friendly :kiss against Brighton 08/08
Brighton placed 6th in the Championship the 'Seagulls' believe they can achieve Premiership status this season. Methinks that this friendly game shouldn't be much of a problem as a warm up for the 'Barker Boys' :-D
A new begining :clap

COME ON YOU REDS!
:scarf :crawleyscarf :scarf :reddevils :cheers
On more of a personal level when :reddevils beat the 'seagulls' (3 - 2 lets say :crawleyscarf ) I can get some mileage ribbing a buddy who supports Brighton :joker Big Time ! :rotfl
:mz

Re: Come on Crawley 2012

Post by dub » Sun Aug 05, 2012 3:33 pm

The Reds under 18s celebrated a triumph with an away win at Burgess Hill Town FC (04/08) :clap
This game was in preparation for the the Youth Alliance season which starts Saturday 11/08 :football
The Crawley Town Web Site reported that the youngsters played some classic football 'Top of the Range' stuff :-D and the Reds were initially on target to trounce the home team 3 to 0 ! :notworthy
In the final 15 minutes 'The Ravens' pulled two goals back, by converting 2 penalties into goals...... :innocent ... The Reds 3 - The Ravens 2 at the final whistle :clap

Reds: Anibaba, Robinson, Millard, Lake, Rowson, John, Rowe, Laing, Jee, Akunie, Malins, Woon. Subs: Melville, Kouadio, Alexandra.
Well Done !
The Town applauds you :applause :applause :applause

Re: Come on Crawley 2012

Post by dub » Thu Aug 02, 2012 5:25 pm

Crawley 0 Charlton 1 :cry
'Crawley Town were beaten but not outclassed by Charlton Athletic in a pre-season friendly at the Broadfield Stadium' (Crawley Observer).
This friendly match went against the reds after :crawleyscarf conceded a free kick and Danny Green put it in the net for the visitors. :thumbsdown
From reports and information circulating, Crawley had several missed opportunities at scoring, and played some top football to prevent the
situation deteriorating further. :yes
On all accounts the :reddevils made the town proud in their efforts against this Championship opposition :clap :clap :clap
Craig Brewster appears to be holding the team together well and clearly we are in safe hands there!
While Gareth Southgate makes his mind up :joker
Away at Millwall on the 14th and methinks it's going be a tough match :-D ; Will lightning strike twice for Crawley ?
:mexican
COME ON YOU REDS!
:scarf :crawleyscarf :scarf :reddevils :cheers

Re: Come on Crawley 2012

Post by dub » Mon Jul 30, 2012 4:44 pm

'Support staff - Strength and conditioning coach Ross Burbeary plus Paul Fearne performance analysis have now left Crawley Town Football Club' (30/07/2012).

'Director of Football Steve Coppell is currently working on identifying and securing replacements and the club will make a further announcement as soon as possible'.
(http://#ww.crawleytownfc)

So :scratch the search goes on to find a new manager to lead the :reddevils to greater things and glory ! :clap
Gareth Gates is the man for the job, make him an offer he can't refuse. :yes :thunbsup
Speculation is now linking him with Crawley, the place of his birth, but whether he will view it as the greatest opportunity in his illustrious career so far ... is unknown.
Gareth m8 'Come on down' your the 'Main man' ! Don't pass up on this opportunity to get 'On The Bus' the Championship beckons :crawleyscarf

Next up :clap a friendly home match against Charlton Athletic (01 August 19:45)
3 - 1 to Crawley :indifferent "It's going to be an exciting game 2,3,4 hang on to yer Trilbies :duke
:youreds
:mz

Re: Come on Crawley 2012

Post by dub » Sat Jul 28, 2012 7:35 pm

Crawley 2. Millwall 0.
Come on your Reds

:scarf :scarf :scarf :scarf :scarf :scarf
:reddevils
:youreds

Come on Crawley 2012

Post by dub » Fri Jul 27, 2012 11:44 pm

:crawleyscarf :crawleyscarf
Howza football fans :notworthy
Crawley vs Millwall friendly opening game sat 28/07, The friendly match against Three Bridges (Holders of The Champions of Sussex FL Division title + Holders of the John O;Hara Champions Cup) began on a 'knifes edge' and resulted in a 2 1 victory for Crawley :scarf The Crawley Millwall and Crawley vs Charlton matches will be a more challenging test of 'metal' :punch
Play a strong team , plus some aces :scratch then :-D a 2 1 victory :scarf :punch :yes :applause :clap and then it's history in the making :yes another league hop 4 2012
:youreds

:reddevils
:mz:

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