Crawley Town have been blasted as a 'joke' after announcing that they would be scouting players at Sideman FC's charity match. The League Two outfit posted on social media that they would be sending professionals to watch some of the footballers on show. The southern club announced that they were in a new partnership with The Sidemen – a YouTube collective of young lads founded by vlogger-turned-boxer KSI and his friends. The 2022 Sidemen FC Charity Match on September 24 will feature some of the biggest content creators on show, with some of the biggest internet celebrities, such as Logan Paul and Chunkz, taking part at Charlton’s The Valley stadium. READ MORE: Man Utd watched Jude Bellingham play 46 times before star’s move to Borussia Dortmund The move comes after the club was taken over by WAGMI United, a crypto sports company. But the innovation has not gone down well with supporters of the club and beyond. One wrote: "All that so a YouTuber could potentially sit on their bench for an FA Cup game. "But imagine the extra tickets sold!" Match going fans don't want their club to become an experiment in exchange for a few quid. What a… Read full this story
- Chelsea news LIVE: Havertz transfer LATEST, Kante could miss Crystal Palace game, Declan Rice switch LATEST
- GARBA LAWAL: It was painful losing 2000 AFCON to Cameroon
- Leeds is left strewn with a mountain of rubbish after United fans party through the night as team wins a return to the Premier League for the first time in 16 years
Crawley Town branded 'joke' after scouting 'Sidemen FC charity match' for new players have 265 words, post on www.dailystar.co.uk at September 23, 2022. This is cached page on Vietnam Dance. If you want remove this page, please contact us.