Lewis Young wants Crawley manager job

Crawley interim boss Lewis Young admitted he wants the job permanent after leading the Reds from the bottom of League Two.

They defeated Newport 2-1 and celebrated only their second league win of the season.

The 33-year-old, who has been at Crawley for just over eight years, resigned from coaching the club’s B-team following the sacking of Kevin Betsy following last weekend’s 3-0 defeat at Grimsby.

He said before the game his prospects would depend on how well the players responded to him and the Reds were bolstered by a goal in each half from James Tilley and Ashley Nadesan.

Crawley resisted a strong Newport finish after substitute Nathan Moriah-Welsh’s 79th-minute screamer and the win was only their second in the league in 17 games.

When asked if he would like to take on the managerial job, Young replied, “It’s easier to answer that after a win, but yes.

“I want to build on what we did and take things further from last season.”

Young was winless in the last four games last season after stepping in for Yems, who was suspended by Crawley and later indicted by the Football Association on racism allegations.

Young admitted he had a strong feeling that Crawley would perform better, adding, “I felt really confident that we would get a good response.

“It’s a building block as we’re still in the bottom two. It’s just a game, we have to build on that and make it a fortress here.”

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