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Gregory Pens New Deal

Gregory Pens New Deal

Ahead of the game against Bristol City yesterday, manager John Gregory signed a new two year deal with Crawley which will see him contracted to the club until the end of the 2015-16 season.

Speaking to the Official Site after the deal was done, the gaffer said.

'I'm delighted to sign this contract and commit myself for the next two years and hopefully beyond that. It has been a tough first few months because of the backlog of fixtures we faced, but the main thing is that Crawley start next season afresh as a League One club still with the same ambitions to progress that brought me to the club back in December.'

Gregory goes on to say that it will be a busy summer for us as he plans to add fresh faces and further mould the squad in the way he wants to, and he says that he's looking forward to continuing to receive the support of the fans so he can build on the foundations that he believes exist at the club.

Chairman Dave Pottinger added that he was pleased with Gregory signing the new deal so we can continue to push forward describing him as being 'extremely impressive in everything' that he has done since first joining the club.

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Writer:Gregory's Revolution
Date:Sunday May 4 2014
Time: 2:11PM

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