Kuipers agrees Crawley stay

Experienced goalkeeper Michel Kuipers has signed a new one-year deal at Crawley.

Last Updated: 30/05/12 at 11:40

Kuipers: Signed new deal

Kuipers: Signed new deal

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The 37-year-old helped Town to promotion from League One this season, with eye-catching displays against Crewe and Barnet at the end of the season.

Kuipers will also aid the development of the young goalkeepers at the club.

He told Crawley's official website: "I'm really looking forward to next season, it's going to be challenging but we've got a good squad already and we'll be adding over the summer.

"I'm looking forward to developing the younger goalkeepers and working with the first team too. We will try to develop a goalkeepers' union and if we can run that through all the youth team hopefully it will produce some very good keepers."

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