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Crewe Alexandra chairman John Bowler has claimed the beleaguered League Two club are being as "transparent" as possible about their former youth coach and convicted child abuser Barry Bennell.Bowler's comments came during a fans forum titled 'Let's Talk Football' at the club's Gresty Road stadium on Monday night.I originally set out to try and prove if we were related to the Cruwys family of Cruwys Morchard, but I soon realised that quite by accident I was to all intents and purposes doing a one-name study.I registered the Cruwys surname with the Guild in January 2006.He said "in view of ongoing legal action it would be inappropriate to talk about that any further... This legal action is understood to be civil claims for compensation from Bennell's victims.Bowler's answer was met with loud applause from the majority of the room, a small minority of whom had grumbled when the question was asked.That said, the questioner did respond to Bowler's answer, saying "an awful lot of fans" were deeply concerned by the scandal and its impact on the club's standing within football.He pointed out that Crewe "did have a legal duty of care to those boys, we cannot escape that, no matter how much deception went on" and said the club's damaged reputation would hurt their ability to attract sponsors and talented young footballers.
Bowler replied by saying "we are a community football club, owned by local people" and "we are being as fully transparent as we can".
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