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Its In Our Hands Now

Crewe enjoyed a scrappy win against sixth placed Cheltenham on Saturday to move just below them in seventh after Oxford drew 1-1 with Plymouth.

It was a delightful win after an overhead kick from the most unlikely man on the pitch- Dave Artell! Fairplay to the Alex skipper though, who has put in several impressive performances in recent weeks. Here`s hoping big Dave gets the new contract he desires.

The joy on the face of the normally calm Steve Davis was nice to see on Saturday, it was easy to see how much it went to the former centre half.

Now all attention must move to Torquay, who despite losing on the weekend will be a stern test for the Alex.

Lets turn out in our numbers and help the Alex get over the final hurdle(s)!!




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Date:Monday April 23 2012

Time: 1:01PM

 

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