2022-23 Season

The compiled Crawley Town blog posts.

They start with the season preview – Difficult Second Season Syndrome

Then the 1st home game against Leyton Orient – Lo And Behold

Then to a Tuesday night game in the Carabao Cup against Bristol Rovers – Jumping Jack Flash

Onto our first away game, all the way up in Yorkshire against Harrogate Town – Harrowing in Harrogate

Back to Tuesday night, league action against Northampton Town – More Cobblers

The games are coming thick and fast and another Saturday game, this one against AFC Wimbledon – Try Not To Remember The Wombles

Back to the Carabao cup, and the game against Fulham – Ful Of It

After a weekend off with no home game, it’s back to cup action, this time in the Papa Johns’s Trophy against Portsmouth – Portsmouth Penalties

A first league win, another good Tuesday night performance against Stockport County – Finally Off And Running.

After a couple of weeks without a post, the league game at home against Stevenage – The Dark Age

After being away and missing a couple of home games, it’s a home game against Mansfield Town – A Stag Do

A diversion from the league with our FA Cup game against Accrington – Expect Fireworks, Get A Damp Squib

Back to league action, with Crawley’s home game against Barrow – Through Streets Broad and Narrow

A Tuesday night game against Gillingham – Lucky To Get Nil

Back to Saturday afternoons, and the game against Swindon Town – All Bets Are Off.

And a freezing Friday night game against Hartlepool – Rock Bottom

Boxing day fun and games – Not Boxing Clever

A Friday night away game in Stevenage, and all the soap opera fun and games – An Even Darker Age.

And then a non match as the game against Doncaster Rovers was postponed, a piece that was going to be called “Another Game, Another Manager”, but ended up being called “A Wash Out”

Then after over a month without a game I could get to, it’s the first game of 2023, a home game against Crewe Alexandra – Need A Crewe Cut

Two weeks later it was a home game against Carlisle United – Bearing The Brunton Of It

And another two weeks on, a game against Harrogate Town – A Lot Less Harrowing Against Harrogate.

Tuesday night action, and the rearranged game against Doncaster Rovers (following the post above called A Wash Out) – Job Half Don

And straight on to a Saturday game against Rochdale – Downing The Dale

And straight into another Tuesday night game against Grimsby Town – Not As Grim-sby As It Could Have Been

Good Friday and a sunny afternoon for the visit of Bradford City – A World Championship Bantamweight Clash.

And a long away trip to Barrow – A Barrow Full Of Excrement

Back to a Saturday and a home game against Tranmere Rovers – Just A (Tran)Mere Three Points.

Quickly followed by a Tuesday night home game against Colchester United – Enough To Drive Us Round The U(‘s) Bend.

The last home game of the season at home to Walsall – Safe (Just), and includes the poem “Survival”.

And onto the final game of the season, another away jaunt, this time to Swindon Town – When The Red Red Robin Goes Bob Bob Bobbing Along – Shoot!

Which only leaves us with the season review. Shall We Forget All That Happened?