For the fans of Crewe Alexandra the question is what would seem to be a good season for the team in League two.
The last season or the one that is ending has been tough for the team. They might want to forget the season they played in 2015-2016. The season proved to be disastrous and there were several reasons for the same.
With league two in 2016-17, many are wondering what would be good for the team. The board of the team has announced that Steve Davis would have a future that is being questioned if the start of the next season would be similar to the last one. Indeed, their past three campaigns have left much to be desired. Steve Davis on the other hand, is banking on a pre season program. He feels that necessary tests for the team will be provided in such a program. Crewe Alexandra would be facing the team of Wolverhampton Wanderers as a pre season match. Steve Davis is confident that this pre season match is what his players need to spruce up their skills for the season coming up. Continue reading “Crewe Alexandra To Get Pre Season Matches”
crewe Alexandra FC are very occupied with transfer dealings ahead of next season.
Coach Steve Davis met with a potential transfer target this week and is preparing himself for a busy six weeks on the recruitment front, with the hope of getting the right talents to helping them succeed next season. The club already have a gentleman’s agreement in place with a player, understood to be Ryan Lowe, with Davis hopeful that deal will be announced in next fortnight.
Davis continued his close season work by speaking to a potential target and his representatives in the Lake District on Wednesday. Crewe also published their retained list on Wednesday, with senior players Marcus Haber, Chris Atkinson, David Fox and Lauri Dalla Valle all leaving the club. Young players James Baillie, Joe Kearns, Toby Mullarkey, Joe Howell, Liam O’Neill, Andre Brown and Fraser Murdoch were also let go, leaving the Alex with 20 players under contract for next season.
Crewe are already making plans as they prepare for life in League Two after relegation. Davis said:
“We’re talking all the time to players. I was up in the Lake District talking to a player on Wednesday, so things don’t stop for me.
“It’s six weeks of hard work ahead. I will be talking to the millions of agents that keep ringing me every day, so between me and (Head of Recruitment) Neil (Baker) we have to come up with the best possible group of players that we can and that’s what we’ll try and do. Continue reading “CREWE ALEXANDRA BUSY WITH TRANSFER DEALINGS TO HELP DEAL WITH NEW STATUS”