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The Next Visitors

27 January 2020

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OUR regular look inside Argyle's next opponents in Sky Bet League Two and Crawley Town travel to Home Park on Tuesday night.

Fixture
Sky Bet League Two
Argyle v Crawley Town
Home Park
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
7.45pm

Match Referee
Alan Young

Contact
Crawley Town Football Club
The People’s Pension Stadium
Winfield Way
Crawley
West Sussex
RH11 9RX
01293 410000
www.crawleytownfc.com
www.facebook.com/crawleytown
www.twitter.com/crawleytown
feedback@crawleytownfc.com

League Position
14th in Sky Bet League Two

Last Five Results
Saturday, January 25
Sky Bet League Two
Crawley Town 3
Palmer 16, 70, Nadesan 77
Grimsby Town 2
Whitehouse 21, Hanson 32

Saturday, January 18
Sky Bet League Two
Walsall 2
Gordon 72, McDonald 88
Crawley Town 1
Camara 27

Saturday, January 11
Sky Bet League Two
Crawley Town 2
Palmer 21, 40
Bradford City 1
Vaughan 84

Saturday, January 4
Sky Bet League Two
Crawley Town 1
Lubula 45
Forest Green Rovers 1
Tunnicliffe o.g. 63

Wednesday, January 1
Sky Bet League Two
Colchester United 1
Nouble 64
Crawley Town 1
Prosser o.g. 72

Next Game
Saturday, February 1
Sky Bet League Two
Crawley Town v Scunthorpe United

Leading Scorer
Beryly Lubula – 10

Last Home Park Visit
December 31, 2016
Sky Bet League Two
Argyle 2
Threlkeld 69, Tanner 90
Crawley Town 0

Manager – John Yems
Following the departure of Gabriele Cioffi as manager, Crawley turned John Yems as their new boss, having previously worked as a caretaker-manager for the club in 2006. Yems then spent a year as assistant manager at Exeter City and also worked as a scout for Torquay United. As well as further scouting roles, Yems enjoyed six years as football operations manager with AFC Bournemouth.

Pre-Match View
"They're in the top five but those are the ones you want to play. You go down there, they've got a lovely pitch, and they're nice people. I spent a lot of time down there when I was with Exeter, which I'll probably get a bit of stick for but that's what it's all about. If you can't look forward to going down there then you shouldn't be playing football.” – John Yems


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