Crawley Town fans have welcomed the club's first summer signing.
Midfielder George Francomb joined the Reds today on a two-year contract from AFC Wimbledon.
The 26-year-old joins after spending six seasons with AFC Wimbledon. He helped the Dons win promotion to League One after joining the club on a permanent basis in 2013, making 205 appearances. A right-sided player who can operate in midfield or defence, he scored 13 goals whilst at Wimbledon.
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Francomb said: "I’m delighted to be joining Crawley and I am looking forward to working under Harry Kewell. I know the type of football he likes to play and that really appeals to me. It’s a good little club and I’m looking forward to joining up with the other lads at pre-season and cracking on.”
And Reds fans have celebrated the signing on social media.
Connor Perry tweeted: "not a bad singing that @crawleytown @HarryKewell 41 apps in league 1 last season a good positive first singing [sic]! #upthereds", while Ellis Barton said: "Like the look of this, good tier signing! Bolster up the midfield too!"
Matt Howlett also tweeted: "Decent player," and @ZeroTomTomZero added: "Yes come on! Brilliant!".
AFC Wimbledon FC said goodbye by tweeting: "Good luck to George Francomb who has today signed a contract with @crawleytown. Thanks for 5 seasons of memories and good luck for the future."