Exeter City


MATT Jay says he is pleased with his pre-season form having scored three goals in three games for Exeter City. The striker netted a good header against Truro City in the club’s first friendly of the summer, then fired home from inside the box against Bath City on Tuesday night before scoring the pick of …

MATT Taylor has taken big steps towards stamping his mark on the Exeter City squad with a number of signings since taking up the reins at the beginning of June. The Grecians manager made his first two signings with the captures of defender Aaron Martin from Oxford United and former Notts County striker Jonathan Forte. …

DORCHESTER Town have confirmed that goalkeeper Chris Weale has signed a contract with League One Exeter City to be their goal keeping coach for the 2018-19 season. A Dorchester spokesman said: “Chris was eager to take a full time role in coaching, and to be able to help the Grecians was something he could not …

PAUL Tisdale has stepped down as Exeter City manager after 12 years at The Grecians’ helm. The club had been negotiating a new, improved contract with the popular Tisdale. “Regretfully, Paul has decided not to sign,” said Chairman, Julian Tagg, in a statement released via exetercityfc.co.uk. “We wish him the best of luck for the future …

EXETER City embarked on their first every Foundation Phase tour (U9s -11s) taking 28 players across Europe to compete in a major tournament against some of some of the world’s most renowned teams including Borussia Dortmund, PSV, Frankfurt, Anderlecht, Bohemians Prague, Marseille, Hamburg and Feyenoord. ECFC Academy Foundation Phase Lead Coach Brad Miller said: “The …

EXETER City say the “disappointing” verdict of the Professional Football Compensation Committee (PFCC) over Ethan Ampadu’s move to Chelsea gives the wrong message to clubs working to bring on talented home-grown players. The decision taken by the PFCC means Exeter’s total compensation is up to £2.5m: a guaranteed sum of £1.35m, of which £1.3m is …

JAKE Taylor is confident Exeter City can use the bitter experience of last season’s play-off heartbreak as motivation to secure automatic promotion. Last term, the Grecians rose from bottom of the table in November to a fifth-placed finish before their promotion hopes were left in tatters after losing to Blackpool in the play-off final at …

WHEN Exeter City dropped out of The Football League back in 2003, all options were on the table as the club battled crippling debts. It soon emerged the Grecians were almost £5-million in the red and the club explored a number of cost-cutting measures as they sought to stave off potential liquidation. One of the …