As well as making world class saves Glenn Morris has generously helped the Crawley Old Girls this week.
The Reds' No.1 kindly donated some of his gloves to the COGS to support the teams who are entering the FA People’s Cup in February.
Carol Bates, who set up COGS and has seen it go from strength to strength, said: “Goalkeeping is not a particularly popular position when playing for the COGS, as some ladies (and Crawley Hospital) have found out. Fractured/dislocated fingers have been known to happen!
“But with Glenn’s generosity, the ladies will now be properly kitted out, ready for the FA People’s Cup.
“It’s great to see members of the squad helping out the COGS and we’d like to thank Glenn for his kind donation. We might even see fewer injuries!”
Glenn said: “I was delighted to help out. The success of COGS during my time at the club has been brilliant and it’s great to see them getting more publicity this week by starring in the TV ads for the People’s Cup. Hopefully the gloves will help them keep a few clean sheets and make progress in the competition.”