Crawley Town

New town football – successful, after all – Game of the People – Football Article

STEVENAGE and Crawley Town are both members of the Football League, albeit the lowest division. Neither are what you might call “traditional” clubs, although football in Stevenage dates back to 1894 and Crawley 1896. When the game was in its infancy as an organised sport, they were merely amateur concerns in the south of England, unable to be truly competitive with the rise of industrial football. Most of the people around these clubs would have been from agriculture rather than…

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Crawley Town see off Port Vale and Grimsby in race to sign non-league hotshot – Football Article

Crawley Town will complete the signing of non-league hotshot striker Ricardo German when the transfer window opens on January 1st. The League Two club have seen off competition from Port Vale, Grimsby Town, Cambridge United and several National League clubs in the race to sign the ex-Chesterfield youngster, who has hit 21 goals in non-league for Hendon FC this season so far. German, 19, came through the Spireites academy and has played first team football before, making his Football…

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