Crawley Town has appointed Kevin Betsy as their new manager. Betsy was in charge of the Arsenal U23 side that finished third in the Premier League 2. Dan Micciche will join as the assistant manager after leaving his job as the head coach of the Arsenal U18s. Betsy replaces John Yems who was found guilty after an investigation into several racist allegations made.

“I am joining a club that has a great history that we should no doubt embrace, and we are also looking at an exciting new beginning on many levels both on and off the pitch,” new Crawley Town boss Kevin Betsy said. “I was very impressed with (co-chairmen) Eben (Smith) and Preston (Johnson)’s vision for the club. Following discussions, l knew I would be working for bright and genuine people that share the positivity and energy to take this club forward. I will work extremely hard and put my heart and soul into every single day to help make us successful.”

“I am grateful for the opportunity and faith shown in me by Eben (Smith), Preston (Johnson), and the others I have spoken with. I am very much looking forward to meeting everyone at the club. Together, we can look to Crawley Town to be a club that people enjoy coming to watch and that players and staff love coming to work every day. Crawley will be a positive place to bring our local community together and attract the next generation of supporters globally to the club,” he added. “I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Arsenal, all of the staff and players for a wonderful time at the club. The club has been first class in how things have been conducted and allowing me to take this chance to progress myself with the opportunity at Crawley Town.”

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