Hollins wants Crawley unity
Hollins: Wants a group effort

Crawley Town manager John Hollins feels his crisis club can pull out of the mire they are in if everybody at the club pulls in the same direction.

Hollins knows he has more to worry about than the club's precarious financial situation and that his main concern at the moment is trying to build a team.

To complicate matters further, the club went into administration in June and will start the new season with a ten-point penalty deduction.

The Crawley boss knows he has a mammoth task on his hands if he is to keep the club in the Nationwide Conference National this season.

He said: "All I'm looking at is trying to put a squad together so we can put a team on the pitch. We need people on this ship who are going to help us."

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