Crawley Town fans can expect attacking form of football from ex-Liverpool star Harry Kewell

New Crawley Town head coach Harry Kewell, middle, with assistant Warren Feeney, left and director of football Selim Gayusuz, right, speaking to the press at the Checkatrade Stadium last night.
Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)
New Crawley Town head coach Harry Kewell, middle, with assistant Warren Feeney, left and director of football Selim Gayusuz, right, speaking to the press at the Checkatrade Stadium last night. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Crawley Town fans can expect new head coach Harry Kewell to oversee an attacking style of football at the Checkatrade Stadium next season.

The former Australian international always played in attacking positions himself, as did his new assistant, former Northern Ireland international Warren Feeney.

Kewell said: "Style of football? That’s an interesting one, people have their own ideas about football.

"But again, I am a very attacking player, I have got a very attacking mind, I am fully aware there’s also defending involved in the game.

"There’s going to be a mixture. I am a very versatile person so I can adapt.

"But it you want to nail down to one kind of way it will be attacking style play."