Birmingham move has fallen through
Football: Former Notingham Forest goalkeeper Mark Crossley was disappointed after a move to become Birmingham City's new goalkeeping coach fell through.
Birmingham were given permission to talk to Crossley, who is currently coaching at Chesterfield, last week.
But the two clubs failed to agree a compensation fee.
"It is nice to be wanted," said Crossley. "I'm disappointed the deal fell through, but I am all right about it.
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"I have never said I wanted to leave Chesterfield, but it is nice to be recognised for the work I have done here."
Birmingham wanted Crossley to replace former Forest coach Dave Watson, who has joined Norwich City.
Former Notts County and Stags midfield player Neil Mackenzie has been appointed player-coach at Evesham.