Crawley Football Club’s head coach John Yems has been charged with improper conduct by the FA following a post-match interview.
It’s alleged Yems made comments which questioned the integrity of the match official and/or were personally offensive and/or bring the game into disrepute following the Red’s 2-0 loss to Cheltemham two weeks ago.
He’s been given until Monday to provide a response.
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A boy from Crawley has been inundated with birthday presents after his mum said she couldn’t afford to buy any this year.
Brooke Webb says the response has been ‘amazing’ following her post on Facebook asking for age-related unwanted gifts for her son Brody’s sixth birthday.
The mum-of-two decided to post the appeal after her and husband had been put on reduced hours at work due to the pandemic.
Her post read:
“Myself and my husband have both been put on reduced hours at work and with furlough coming to an end we are looking at a big pay cut.
“We have barely been getting through the months as it is and now I’m starting to panic.
“It’s my son’s sixth birthday in a few weeks time and we now cannot afford to buy him any gifts. I feel like the worst parent in the world.”
It now means Brody can enjoy his birthday properly this year with toys, a cake, balloons and football tickets.
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The London to Brighton Veteran Car Run has been cancelled this year due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The event takes place every year on the first Sunday of November where Susy radio broadcasts live from Crawley.
Organisers had been working with local authorities to plan a safe run for participants, staff and spectators.
The rising number in Coronavirus cases no longer made this possible.
The car rally should return on 7th November 2021.
Guilty-Darren McClean| Image Surrey Police
A 41-year-old man from Lingfield has been convicted of murder.
Darren John Robert McClean, was found guilty of the murder, of 88-year-old Dennis Kellond from Godstone.
McClean appeared at Guildford Crown Court yesterday, where a jury gave him a guilty verdict. He also pleaded guilty to burglary.
He will be sentenced today at Guildford Crown Court.
Crawley Town lost in their match against Exeter at St James Park on Tuesday.
Crawley were on top by the end of the first half with Watters scoring in the 40th minute.
Crawley almost made it 2-0 in the second half but was blocked by Sweeney.
Exeter equalised after 78 minutes and scored again in the last 5 minutes. The final Score was Exeter 2 Crawley 1.