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Crawley boss given suspended ban

Steve Evans
Evans will begin 2008/9 with a four-game touchline ban (Getty)

Crawley Town manager Steve Evans has been given a two-month ban from all involvement in football, suspended for a year.

It follows a Football Association hearing where he admitted to four different charges of improper conduct.

The two-month ban will be applied if Evans is found to be in breach of FA rules in a similar way again.

Evans told BBC Southern Counties Radio: "There is dramatic room for improvement. It has to change me."

He added: "I'll change for the better and we'll have a football club that supporters can be proud of."

Evans was found guilty of breaching FA rule E3 - which relates to violent or improper conduct, bringing the game into disrepute or using abusive language.

He had already been given a four-game touchline ban to start off the new season.


see also
Evans receives second FA charge
31 Jan 08 |  Crawley
Crawley manager fined 500 by FA
07 Nov 07 |  Crawley


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