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REDS MAKE DOUBLE SIGNING

Watters and Tsaroulla sign for the Reds

10 October 2020

Crawley Town Football Club are delighted to announce the double signing of Max Watters and Nicholas Tsaroulla on one-year deals with an option to extend for a further year. 

Striker Max Watters signs for the Reds following his release from Doncaster Rovers at the end of the 2019/20 season. 

Watter’s senior career started at Thurrock, before he moved out on loan to Barking where he scored 3 goals before moving permanently to Ashford United. Having scored 8 in 25 appearances for Ashford, Max earned himself a move to League One Doncaster Rovers in 2018. 

Watters made five appearances for Rovers whilst also making loan appearances for Grantham, Gainsborough Trinity, Mickleover Sports and Maidstone United. Max appeared for Maidstone last month in the friendly against the Reds where he scored one and assisted another. 

Head Coach John Yems said: “Max played against us for Maidstone after being released from Doncaster Rovers, he has spent time training with us and he will be a good addition to the squad.”

Technical Director Erdem Konyar said: “Max is another promising offensive player that has also been training with us and we expect him to compete with the other lads in the squad for a place.”

Full back Nicholas Tsaroulla joins the Reds following his release from Brentford B this summer. 

Tsaroulla came through the Tottenham ranks in his youth career including the U-18 and U-23 squads before being released in the summer of 2018. Nick was quickly snapped up by the Brentford B setup following his release from Spurs. 

Tsaroulla has also made an appearance for the Cyprus U-21 side.

Head Coach John Yems: “Nick has trained with us for the last 6 weeks. He has earnt a place with us and I wish him all the best in his Crawley career.”

Technical Director Erdem Konyar said: “He is a young, promising full back that’s been with us for two months, he’s impressed during his trial period, he’ll give good competition to the full-backs.”


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