Sunday Mirror

Yems spir­ited away

- Sports · Liverpool Football Club · Cambridge · Mark Bonner · Crawley Town F.C. · Crawley

Craw­ley 2 Cam­bridge 1

JOHN YEMS praised Craw­ley’s spirit af­ter the Reds came from be­hind to beat high­fly­ing Cam­bridge and climb into the play-off places. Striker Joe Iron­side headed the U’s into a third-minute lead, but goals ei­ther side of the in­ter­val from Max Wat­ters and Tom Ni­chols gave Craw­ley their third win in four home league games.

Yems (right) said: “It is not shape that wins you matches it is play­ers and spirit, and we have spirit in large amounts. Long may that con­tinue. You can­not coach heart and de­sire. It was a good, spir­ited per­for­mance and if you con­tinue to play with that kind of spirit, who knows where that can take you.”

Cam­bridge head coach Mark Bon­ner felt there was no shortage of ef­fort and en­deav­our from his side, and was frus­trated not to take any­thing from the game. He said: “It is re­ally frus­trat­ing not to get any points but we just couldn’t find a way through.

“We worked our socks off and on an­other day we would have got some­thing from the game.

“We had a great start but then Craw­ley got on top.”

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