Ryan Lowe hoping to play a key part again against the Latics
Ryan Lowe is hoping he will get the chance to play at Gresty Road again tomorrow in the colours of Crewe Alexandra. Lowe last played for Crewe at home in March 2008 when coming on as a late substitute for Eugen Bopp in a goalless draw against Nottingham Forest. Weeks later, he joined Stockport County on loan before signing on a permanent basis with Chester City that summer.
Lowe, 37, marked his return to the club with a fantastic winning goal against Colchester United on Tuesday evening when coming off the bench and now the experienced striker is hoping he will get the chance to play a part against Oldham this weekend.
Lowe has signed on month for a loan from our League One neighbours Bury.
Tuesday’s match winner told Crewe Alex PlayerHD: “I’ve come here to play football first and foremost and I’ve been brought in to score some goals and I was pleased that I got off the mark on Tuesday, but more importantly the team got all three points.
“It isn’t about me or my goal, it’s about Crewe getting results.
“The results are more important because we want to get off the bottom and out of the bottom four as quickly as we can.
“I’m looking forward to my second home debut against Oldham. When I’ve been back to Crewe I’ve had a bit of bitterness, a few of the fans giving me stick, but it’s all friendly banter and I get on with every set of fans I play for and I don’t think Crewe will be any different.
“I think they potentially will give me a good reception which is something that I’ll thrive on. I’m really looking forward to this first home game.
Ryan added: “I’m here for a month to prove my fitness and my ability to help this team to get some points on the board and some goals in there as well.”