Jimmy Smith retires: Former Chelsea man's Crawley Town career in pictures

Crawley Town legend Jimmy Smith has retired - and we wanted to mark his retirement with our favourite photos.

Wednesday, 2nd June 2021, 3:24 pm
Updated Wednesday, 2nd June 2021, 3:26 pm
Jimmy Smith celebrates his goal against Wycombe on the opening day of the 2016/17 season

Smith was a loyal servant to the Reds playing between 2014-2019 after he joined from Stevenage. The midfielder started his career at Chelsea fifteen years ago before he spent time out on loan at the likes of Norwich City, Queen’s Park Rangers and Sheffield Wednesday.

Here are a selection of pictures from his career at Reds

Crawley Town's Jimmy Smith scores against Newport County in 2016
Jimmy Smith was giving a coaching role under Gabriele Cioffi
Smith celebrates with goalscorer Mark Connolly against Blackpool
Reds players Enzio Boldewijn, Jimmy Smith, Mark Connolly and Dean Cox model the club's new kit in 2017
Crawley Town Players' Player of the Year award winner Glenn Morris, presented by player/coach Jimmy Smith
Jimmy in the video the club produced for the new kit in the 2018/19 season
Jimmy Smith looks on during the Sky Bet League Two match between Northampton Town and Crawley Town in 2019
Crawley Town caretaker managers Jimmy Smith and Filipe Morais speak to the media after overseeing a 1-0 win at Lincoln City
Skipper Jimmy Smith celebrates with George Francomb against Bury in 2018
Smith scores against Lincoln in 2018
Jimmy Smith limps off against Yeovil in 2017
Jimmy Smith with a poppy wreath in 2017
Jimmy Smith in action against Bury
Jimmy Smith in action against Lincoln in 2018
Jimmy Smith makes it 1-1 against Crewe Alexandra in 2018
Jimmy Smith celebrates after scoring against Bury in 2018