Gillingham have completed the signing of striker Mikael Mandron. The attacking talent has re-signed for Gillingham on a free transfer after his Crewe Alexandra contract expiredlast month. Mandron has returned to his old hunting ground as a free agent.

Mandron, 27, returns to Gillingham where he scored six goals in 28 games during the 2019/20 season before the Covid-19 pandemic ended the season abruptly. The French striker scored 24 goals in 85 games for Crewe Alexandra in all competitions during his two-year spell at the club. Mandron was unable to save Crewe Alexandra from suffering demotion to League Two from League One at the end of last season. Continue reading “GILLINGHAM RE-SIGN MANDRON FROM CREWE”


League Two side Crewe Alexandra are making moves in the transfer market this summer after the club confirmed the free transfer signing of midfielder Charlie Colkett. Crewe Alexandra revealed on Tuesday via a statement that Colkett will join the club on a two-year deal at the start of next month thus making him the fourth summer signing. The other arrivals at Crewe Alexandra this summer are Conor Thomas, Courtney Baker-Richardson and Kevin Mellor.

25-year-old Colkett came through the youth system at Premier League heavyweights Chelsea before leaving the club on several loan deals. He was loaned out by the reigning FIFA Club World Cup champions on several occasions before signing for Ostersunds in the Swedish league. Continue reading “CREWE BAG FOURTH SUMMER SIGNING”


Captain Luke Murphy is among eight players who have been released by Crewe Alexandra after the club published their retained list. The midfielder joins Will Jaaskelainen, Chris Porter, Scott Kashket, Tyreece Onyeka, Joe Robbins, Nathan Woodthorpe and Sam Booth in leaving the club as new manager Alex Morris rebuilds for next season.

Midfielder and players’ player of the year Tommy Lowery, who is also out of contract, is also expected to be on his way having failed to sign a new deal. Meanwhile, Morris has made clear he would like to keep striker Mikael Mandron, who is out of contract, and so there is an offer on the table for him. Continue reading ”             LUKE MURPHY AMONG EIGHT PLAYERS RELEASED BY CREWE ALEXANDRA”


League One outfit Crewe Alexandra have been handed a massive boost in the fullback positions after Tariq Uwakwe returned to training after a lengthy injury absence in time for him to feature in the final games of the season.

The Sheffield Wednesday game later this week will come too soon for Uwakwe, but he’s on course to feature against Ipswich Town and Lincoln City in the final two games of the season. The game between Crewe Alexandra and hosts Sheffield Wednesday will take place on Wednesday. Continue reading “UWAKWE: CREWE HANDED FULLBACK BOOST”


Crewe Alexandra are in deep trouble at the wrong end of the English League One table especially after their late defeat at home to Bolton Wanderers over the weekend. Crewe Alexandra were set for a draw when the two teams met on Saturday before substitute AmadouBakayoko scored the winning goal for Bolton Wanderers on the stroke of full-time.

The target for Crewe Alexandra at the moment is to escape relegation from League One to League Two and they will need a miracle to achieve this feat after a poor 2021/22 season till date. They had lost four league games in quick succession ahead of the visit of Bolton Wanderers who are comfortable in mid-table as far the League One log is concerned. Continue reading “CREWE SUFFER FIFTH SUCCESSIVE LEAGUE DEFEAT”


Charlton Athletic have been handed a fine by the Football Association (FA) for the failure to control their players during a recent League One clash with Crewe Alexandra. In a statement from the FA on Friday, London team Charlton were given a £3,000 fine for the failure to make sure that their players behaved well during the league meeting with Crewe Alexandra last week Wednesday.

The Charlton players were furious with the match officials after they were denied the opportunity to take a point from the Crewe game. The Addicks thought they had secured a 2-2 draw with a late equaliser when Elliott Lee scored in the 95th minute via a deflection only for the goal to be ruled out for offside. The aftermath of the disallowed goal was a protest from the Charlton Athletic players to the match officials led by centre referee Robert Lewis. In the end, Crewe Alexandra held on to the 2-1 win to condemn the Addicks to a third straight league defeat.
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