HITC speaks to Crawley Town fan Grant Elliott, who has been a supporter for 18 years.
Norwich City's Russell Martin (L) in action with Crawley Town's Gwion Edwards
Q: What have you made of your team’s start to the season?
A: A good solid start to the season, and better than expected.
Q: What are your opinions on your manager?
A: Dermot Drummy has done a great job considering this is his first job as a senior manager.
Q: What are your views on the board ?
A: Our new owner and board members are making strides to improve us both on and off the pitch.
Gwion Edwards celebrates scoring the first goal for Crawley
Q: Who is your favourite current player?
A: Enzio Boldewijn
Q: Who is your favourite ever player?
A: Sergio Torres
Q: What has been your best memory of the club ?
A: Reaching the FA Cup fifth round whilst in the Conference and losing 1-0 at Old Trafford to Manchester United.
Q: What has been your most disappointing moment ?
A: Getting relegated from League One two seasons ago
Simon Walton celebrates scoring Crawley's third goal from the penalty spot
Q: What has been your most shocking moment ?
A Watching the club go into administration, not once but twice in two years.
Q: Describe the best goal you ever saw at your club’s home ground
A: Jamie Cook’s thunderous left-footed strike from 40 yards out into the top left-hand corner.
Q: Which ground is your most favourite away day?
Q: Who do you consider to be the club’s biggest rival and why?
A: Probably AFC Wimbledon, just because they are closest team to us that we have played during a league campaign.
Q: Who do you feel has been the club’s best and worst summer signing?
A: Best signing has been Enzio Boldewijn. And worst maybe Andre Blackman.
Q: Who is your one player to watch out for this season?
A: Enzio Boldewijn
Andy Drury celebrates scoring the second goal for Crawley for Gwion Edwards (R)
Q: Where do you think the club will look to strengthen in January?
A: We are looking for a right-back and left-back.
Q: Finally, what are you aims for this season, and where do you think your club will finish?
A: I would have said a mid-table finish before the start of the campaign, but now I feel we can finish in the top half or maybe a play-off push.
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