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COLIN HAS A CREWE THAT LOOK GOOD.

FOR all the talk of who's going to win Intermediate A this season, one side are in danger of slipping under the radar.

The days of Crewe United propping up the division are firmly in the past.

A fifth-place finish last season set them up nicely for this campaign.

Manager Colin Telford (above) has recruited well with Ciaran Burns, Gerard McErlean (both from Lisburn Distillery), Ciaran Carson and Pearse Devine (from Donegal Celtic) bolstering an already strong panel.

And they're off to a flyer, winning 3-0 away at St Mary's on Saturday.

Crewe last season drew more games than anyone else in the division, so if experienced Telford can convert some of those into victories they could well be dark horses for honours come the campaign end.

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Title Annotation:Sport; Opinion Columns
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 9, 2016
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