Crewe Alexandra Up in League Two Leaderboard


Crewe Alexandra had a recent encounter with Harrogate Town on 18th February 2023. During this game, Toby Sims displayed good skills as the right back of Harrogate Town. The game resulted in a 2-2 draw between the two teams. In the initial stages, it appeared that Harrogate Town was cruising along, having established a 2-0 score early in the game. This was because of Kazeem Olaigbe and Jack Muldoon’s efforts. They made five attempts in total and gained three points which was much needed.


Two players from Harrogate Town stood out in the afternoon match. It was Toby Sims, the right back, and Levi Sutton who was the central midfielder. Both players were substituted which helped Crewe get back into the game. Indeed, other players such as Muldoon and Alex Pattison were also replaced when the score stood at 2-1.  Continue reading “Crewe Alexandra Up in League Two Leaderboard”


Meet the highest valued players in League Two, according to transfermarkt. Salford City’s Luke Bolton is the top-ranked player in the fourth tier at £1.8m and is one of only three players rated at seven figures by the website. Colchester United’s Matty Longstaff, who is on loan at the club from Premier League side Newcastle United, comes second in the rankings at £1.62m. Crewe Alexandra goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo, on loan from Arsenal, comes third at £1.35m.

The most valuable player from Yorkshire is Doncaster Rovers’ forward Reo Griffiths, who is valued at £810,000. After 10 games, the League Two table is beginning to take shape with Doncaster and Bradford City both in play-off contention. A late equaliser in their 2-2 draw with Wimbledon kept the Bantams in the top seven while a much-needed win for Rovers over Crawley Town moved them up the table. Continue reading ”              SOME OF THE HIGHEST RATED PLAYERS IN THE ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP”


Crewe Alexandra will aim to rise to the occasion when they visit Bradford City on Saturday (3pm). The Bantams regularly draw crowds of more than 15,000 people and a partisan atmosphere is expected for our third away game of the season. Alex Morris’s men will be trying to make it three games unbeaten but expect a tough task against a City side undefeated at home.

Bradford City are comfortably the biggest club in the fourth tier and are now embarking on a fourth attempt to start a climb back up the pyramid. They have taken six points from the last nine on offer, and start the game lying 11th in the standings – three points below Crewe. Manchester United legend Mark Hughes has managed at the highest level with the likes of Manchester City, Blackburn, Fulham and the Welsh national side. After almost four years out of the game, he took the Bantams job in February and is now starting his first full season in charge at Valley Parade. Continue reading ”        MATCH PREVIEWS: CREWE ALEXANDRA VS BRADFORD CITY – CREWE FACE AWAY TIE”


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”