Exeter City


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 …

IF EXETER City are to muscle their way into the automatic promotion picture then the presence of Jordan Moore-Taylor and Troy Brown will be pivotal. Injuries to both players have robbed Exeter of their first choice centre-half partnership for a large chunk of the season. Now they are back fit and available as the season …

THE £3.4 million stadium redevelopment at St. James Park, the home of Exeter City, is entering the next phase in the programme of works. The Old Stagecoach stand, which dated back to 1927, has been demolished and a new stand is being built in its place, along with other improvements, including to the ground’s away …

EXETER City striker, Robbie Simpson, has given a pair of his boots to the fan who supported him through his rehabilitation from a broken leg by Tweeting a picture of him every day for 241 days. Simpson sustained the injury in February 2017 and has recently turned out for the reserves – scoring with his …

EXETER City have allowed two of their young players to go out on loan to Evo-Stik League South West clubs in order to gain competitive experience. Defender, Sam Haynes, has joined strugglers, Barnstaple Town, for a month, whilst midfielder, Joel Randall, has made the switch to high-flying Taunton Town. Exmouth-born Haynes is a product of …

It was always going to be impossible to please everyone when Exeter City were paired with Premier League strugglers West Brom in the third round of the Emirates FA Cup. Ordinarily St James’ Park would be able to meet the high demand for tickets for the eagerly-anticipated encounter with Alan Pardew’s side. But the near …

West Country sports stars have been spreading Christmas cheer this week. Bristol City players visited Children’s Hospice South West’s Charlton Farm, while players from Bristol Rugby were at Bristol Royal Hospital for Children. Exeter City’s first-team players visited the children and teenagers on Bramble Ward at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, delivering dozens of …

Manager Paul Tisdale was quick to urge club bosses to use Exeter City’s Emirates FA Cup exploits as a platform to boost their promotion push. The Grecians staged a thrilling fightback to finally see off Forest Green Rovers at St James’ Park on Tuesday evening. Christian Doidge fired the visitors into a first-half lead from …