More on our new signing
Goalkeeper Glenn Morris adds to the list of new arrivals under new Head Coach Dermot Drummy and his assistant Matt Gray and becomes the third signing of what is shaping up to be a busy summer for Reds.
Here’s a closer look at our newest addition to the ranks.
Glenn spent nine years in East London with Leyton Orient from 2001 to 2010 and made an impressive 124 appearances for the club.
In 2010 he signed for Southend United and soon established himself as the number one at Roots Hall before moving to Gillingham in 2014 following a spell with Aldershot in the National League.
TON UP: Morris made his 100th career appearance for Leyton Orient in the 2007-08 season.
‘ENGLAND’S No.2!’ That was the ironic chant from the Gillingham fans when he deputised for fans’ favourite and first choice Stuart Nelson in March 2015.
COACH: Glenn will also act as a goalkeeping coach here at Crawley Town.