Boston United boss Paul Cox raids former club for attacker
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"Having worked with Jordon before, I well aware of the qualities he possesses,” Cox told bufc.co.uk.
"His tremendous work ethic, desire and application – and directness as a player – will make him a real fans' favourite.”
"He had a tremendous season last year and now I am looking for Jordon to take his game to the next level."
Crawford announced he intended to leave the Poppies on Twitter on Wednesday, writing: "Just wanna thank @KTFCOfficial for my time there, everyone from the staff, the players and everyone else behind the scenes but mostly the fans who were great all year.. but it’s time for a fresh start."