All posts tagged with: Glenn Morris

Crawley Town Season Preview: Dutch courage

Crawley Town have tried contrasting styles over the last two years: hoof ball under Mark Yates and keep ball under Dermot Drummy. Unfortunately, neither approach has proved successful, resulting in 20th and 19th placed finishes respectively. Is now the time for the club to decide on one philosophy and stick to it? Supporters Al and Branchy from the Redz… Read more →

Grimsby v Crawley: the summer ahead

Unless an extra space is randomly added on to the League Two play-off and relegation places, the Towns of Grimsby and Crawley are set for low key finales to their respective campaigns. To make the play-offs, Grimsby need from their final nine games around 21 points. That tally is almost double their total from the previous nine,… Read more →

Gillingham Season Preview: Dack to stay?

The first 12 months of Justin Edinburgh’s reign at Priestfield had been flawless, but a post-January return of 3 wins last season gives him and Gillingham serious questions to answer. Can this group of young players handle the pressure? And is their Basildon-born boss the real deal? Giving his views is supporter Ben Thompson, who you can follow… Read more →

Crawley Town Season Preview: younger squad

New Crawley manager Dermot Drummy has been quick to ring the changes at Broadfield – but will they pay off? Discussing this is supporter Craig Bratt, who you can follow on Twitter @craigybratt. Given budgetary constraints and late transfer business among other factors, conditions were clearly not ideal for Mark Yates and Jimmy Dack. Do… Read more →

Gillingham Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed Gillingham fan Daniel Storey, ahead of the new season. You can follow Daniel’s Twitter page @Gillsfansonline. In 17 games under Justin Edinburgh last season, Gillingham picked up 27 points. That form, sustained over a season, would have seen the club finish comfortably in the top 6. What has been different under… Read more →