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Nationwide Division One, 17/2/01
Crewe Alexandra
Previous encounters

Last time: 1-0 (17/04/99)
Lingering memory: Crewe really isn't very interesting.
Previous results: See Watford Versus...

Our opponents

Last match: vs. Norwich City (A, 10/02/01, D 1-1)
Last line-up: A.Bankole, D.Wright, S.Smith, D.Walton, S.Macauley, K.Street, K.Lunt, N.Sorvel, M.Rivers, R.Jack, R.Hulse (Subs: D.Ashton, C.Ince, J.Gannon, C.Little, S.Foster)
Ex-Railwaymen at Watford: None
Ex-Hornets at Crewe: None
Mutual friends: Jamie Moralee, Mel Rees
Web sites: Unofficial, Official, Away fans' guide

Travel info

Station: "For a club nicknamed the Railwaymen, it is not surprising that the nearest station is Crewe station. Gresty Road is about 150 yards from the station (turn left out of the station, take first left - opposite Royal Hotel), and the ground is less than 200 yards walk down. Five minutes maximum, even if you walk veeeeerrrryyyy sloooooowly."
Parking: "As a regular long distance traveller to GR, I normally park in the industrial estate off Weston Road (opposite the Brocklebank pub), just south of the roundabout near Crewe station. This has the virtue of a quick get-away back to the M6 motorway after the match."
Pubs: "A lot of visiting supporters seem to go to the Brocklebank pub on Weston Road - a fairly new place which is supposed to be family-friendly, and has its own carpark. Otherwise, among the more established pubs, you could try the Brunswick or the Barrel, both on Nantwich Road less than two hundred yards from the top of Gresty Road. The Royal Hotel is okay, but the bar manager was always a grumpy old git so we started going to the Brunny instead (some other pubs are home fans only)."