Crawley boss Steve Evans has vowed to improve his behaviour after being hit with a two- month suspended suspension from all football.

Evans has been punished by the Football Association after being charged with four separate cases of improper conduct.

The ban starts in August and will only be invoked if he is found guilty of improper conduct during a 12-month period.

Evans said: "There is dramatic room for improvement. It has to change me. I'll change for the better and we'll have a football club that supporters can be proud of."

Evans was charged for comments made to the media following a game at Woking in January and for being sent from the dug-out against Northwich, Burton and Aldershot.

He is already banned from the touchline for the first four games of next season after being charged with improper conduct for his behaviour during the Woking game.

Evans has handed youngsters Mithun Nayee and Nick Carter professional contracts and is in talks with a new goalkeeper and two other players.