Crawley Town will face Leeds United in one of their most important match of history.
Covid-19 outbreak has affected the world of football and the most damaged ones, are the small clubs.Crawley
will faceLeeds United
as one of the most important games in their history. The manager, John Yems expects Leeds United to give them the award if they won the match.
Winners of the televised tie at Broadfield Stadium are set to pocket £61,500 from the Football Association, while the losers will collect £20,500.
“I just hope Leeds donate their money back to us, which would be a very good gesture, so we can start paying for a few things,”
said the 61-year-old.
“You wouldn’t get as much as you would normally because of no crowd.
“But in the current climate, big clubs, it would be nice like they used to in the old days that some clubs might donate a little bit back to you.
“But who knows?
“There are a lot of clubs that have got their backs to the wall – I’m not saying we have – but (my priority is to) make sure all the players are healthy and we’ve got a football club at the end of it all.
“That’s what’s important to me.”