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Former Liverpool star Harry Kewell wants to prove himself as a coach who can lift teams like Crawley to a higher level

Champions League winner Harry Kewell revealed he wants to help players reach their potential.
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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 attacking form of football from ex-Liverpool star Harry Kewell

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

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First Sitting and Gerald Mosse come back into the winner's enclosure after taking the Festival Stakes / Picture by Steve Bone

Atzeni stars as Goodwood's May Festival ends on high

Andrea Atzeni was the man of the moment with a treble on the final day of Goodwood's May Festival.
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Action from Fontwell's last meeting / Picture by Clive Bennett

It's family fun time at Fontwell - preview and tips

It's Bank Holiday family fun day at Fontwell Park on Sunday.
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Heath celebrate the title after beating Horsham YM 7-1 on the last game of the season.

Haywards Heath Town to lodge appeal with the FA

Haywards Heath Town will appeal exercise their right to appeal their nine point deduction to the FA.

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New Crawley Town head coach Harry Kewell speaking at his first press conference at the Checkatrade Stadium since taking charge.
Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography).

New Crawley Town boss Harry Kewell admitted he may 'overstep the line'

Crawley Town fans can expect a more animated approach from new head coach Harry Kewell.

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New Crawley Town head coach Harry Kewell at the Checkatrade Stadium before holding his first press conference.
Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography).

Former Liverpool and Leeds star Kewell 'excited' by Crawley Town's squad

New Crawley Town head coach Harry Kewell believes his existing squad has talent and potential.
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Mori (Ryan Moore) wins the Height of Fashion Stakes / Picture by Clive Bennett

Goodwood's May Festival is a scorcher

In weather that could barely have been any better, the first two days of Goodwood's May Festval have been hailed a big success.
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New Crawley Town head coach Harry Kewell, middle, speaking at the press conference at the Checkatrade Stadium.
Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography).

Harry Kewell: 'Crawley Town's ambition and family feel made my decision a 'no-brainer'

Crawley Town's new head coach Harry Kewell said coming to the club was a 'no brainer' because its ambition was similar to his.
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Warren Feeney, Harry Kewell and Selim Gaygusuz. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

LIVE: Crawley Town news - Kewell quotes from first press conference, what Jimmy Smith thinks of the appointment, what our columnists have to say and more

Crawley Town new heads coach Harry Kewell has held his first press conference tonight.
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Michael Burgess. Pictures by PW Sporting Photography

County Championship - day 1: Denly toils to hit century against Sussex

On a sublime day when batting often appeared a surprisingly tricky pastime, Kent’s Joe Denly toiled for almost five hours to post his first hundred of the championship summer and lead his side’s gritty performance against Sussex.

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Chapman makes three new signings for Burgess Hill Town

Ian Chapman has made three new signings for Burgess Hill Town.

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Wayne Rooney

RUMOUR MILL: Rooney offered two huge £50m deals to leave Man United | Arsenal offer contract rebel Sanchez £270,000-a-week | Chelsea will accept £60m for Costa | Ronaldo could face five-year prison sentence for tax fraud | PSG and AC Milan want Stoke’s Arnautovic | Liverpool will have to pay up to £60m for RB Leipzig midfielder Keita

Big deals on offer for Wayne Rooney.
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21/05/17 Horsham Ruby Club, Hammerpond Road Horsham.
Kids fun run and Adults 10k. The race is on SUS-170521-202618008

Sun shines as capacity entry turn out for annual Horsham 10k

A capacity entry of 500 runners were treated to sublime sunshine for the annual Horsham 10k on Sunday.

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Lewis Dunk (far right) celebrates after scoring against Norwich. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Ian Hart: Albion or Cherries: Who would you choose?

So the first ‘shots’ have been fired in the summer transfer window with the news Jermain Defoe is close to joining Bournemouth on a free transfer.

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Harry Kewell salutes the fans at the final whistle playing for Leeds United v Valencia in 2001.
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Former Liverpool star Harry Kewell will be able to teach Crawley players so much says skipper Smith

Crawley Town skipper Jimmy Smith believes the side can learn a lot from Champions League winner Harry Kewell.
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Glenn Murray celebrates scoring against Birmingham last season. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Johnny Cantor: There’s huge potential for Albion to have fans all over the world

I’m not sure you are going to get people walking the streets of Jakarta in a Glenn Murray shirt but there is huge potential – it was a quote that stuck out from a contributor this week.

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Tony Bloom celebrates promotion last season.

Southampton are a club we can look to model ourselves on - Bloom

Albion chairman Tony Bloom believes Southampton are a club the Seagulls can aspire to be like in the coming years.

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Steve Allen has stepped down as Ferring Football Club manager

Ferring searching for a new manager after Allen steps down

Ferring Football Club are searching for a new manager after Steve Allen resigned from his role earlier this week.

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Albion winger Anthony Knockaert. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Knockaert in the running for Championship fans' player of the season

Winger Anthony Knockaert is in the running for another award - and needs the help of Albion fans to win.

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