Crawley manager John Yems demanded that, after Sunday’s third-round match, Leeds donate FA Cup prize money to his club. As fans are unable to attend due to the nationwide lockout, the West Sussex side can not reap the full financial advantages of playing a Premier League opponent.
The winner of the Broadfield Stadium televised match will receive £ 61,500 from the Football Association, while £ 20,500 will be collected by the loser. Crawley, currently fighting in Sky Bet League Two for promotion, will also receive TV cash from probably the biggest game in its history. ‘I just hope that Leeds will give us their money back, which would be a very good gesture to start paying for a few things,’ the 61-year-old said. Because there are no spectators, you wouldn’t get as much as usual. “You wouldn’t get as much as usual because there are no spectators. ” But who knows? “But who knows? ” “After scoring 15 goals in 17 games, Watters, the striker who was signed for nothing in October after being released from Doncaster, was associated with many larger clubs. The 21-year-old, who has scored in the last two cup rounds, is questionable for the game against the side of Marcelo Bielsa because he was unable to play in the last two games due to thigh problems. “We will not make a decision on Max un “It’s nice to go up against a team that plays a few leagues above us, but our players will put in a good showing and hopefully some of them will make a good name for themselves and make a career out of it,” he added. “We’re going to try to keep it as normal as possible, because if we start building it up as if it’s an impossible task, then you just put extra pressure on yourself and the players, which is not necessary.”