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Next Up: Exeter City vs Colchester United

Next Up: Exeter City vs Colchester United

Since sinking to the bottom of the table with the injury time defeat at Carlisle, City have played eight, won six, drawn two – scoring 17 and conceding just two in the process. City’s free-scoring form continued at Grimsby last week with a convincing 3-0 win, but Saturday represents possibly the sternest test of City’s resolve as Colchester visit boasting …

by Jason H on January 20th, 2017 Leave a comment »

Next Up: Grimsby Town vs Exeter City

Next Up: Grimsby Town vs Exeter City

In the end a week off was probably not what the doctor ordered given City’s recent form, although no doubt Paul Tisdale’s squad will have welcomed the opportunity for a rest. What looked like an innocuous injury to Lee Holmes on Boxing Day has turned out to be more serious so City supporters will be denied the opportunity to see …

by Jason H on January 12th, 2017 Leave a comment »

Next Up: Yeovil Town vs Exeter City

Next Up: Yeovil Town vs Exeter City

Paul Tisdale and his City side delivered an early Christmas present to the long-suffering home fans by finally recording their first home win of the season against Mansfield, and Boxing Day sees that rare thing of a comparatively short trip to take on a local adversary hoping to stretch the unbeaten run to five matches. The physio’s room is finally …

by Jason H on December 24th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Next Up: Exeter City vs Mansfield Town

Next Up: Exeter City vs Mansfield Town

With City now unbeaten in three and starting to put a bit of daylight between themselves and the relegation zone following their damp 3-1 win at Cheltenham last week, attention turns to whether Paul Tisdale’s side can finally clinch a win in front of their own fans in their last home match of 2016. Jordan Tillson made a welcome return …

by Jason H on December 15th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Next Up: Exeter City vs Cheltenham Town

Next Up: Exeter City vs Cheltenham Town

After a little mid-season break, City return to a fairly local (in relative terms) old foe on Saturday looking to build on four points and two clean sheets from their last two matches. The week off will hopefully have given some of City’s walking wounded some respite to enable a return to action – Lee Holmes is one player in …

by Jason H on December 8th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Wayne Carlisle Returns to Exeter

Wayne Carlisle Returns to Exeter

Former Grecian, Wayne Carlisle, has returned to the Exeter City on full-time basis, the Club has announced. After Danny Butterfield’s departed to Southampton in mid-September, Wayne Carlisle joined City in a coaching capacity and that will see him help across the academy and the first team at the club. Wayne played for the Grecians between 2006 and 2008 and scored …

by Hants on November 28th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Next Up: Exeter City vs Luton Town

Next Up: Exeter City vs Luton Town

Plenty has been said about the benefits of winning ugly, and while at times it wasn’t pretty against opponents who were dire to say the least and have since sacked their manager, the three points and a clean sheet secured in East London on Tuesday night will have gone a long way to repairing City’s fragile confidence. Now it’s back …

by Jason H on November 24th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Match Officials: Exeter City vs Luton Town

Match Officials: Exeter City vs Luton Town

The second meeting this month between these two teams. After Luton dumped Exeter out of the cup, the Grecians will be looking for revenge. Normal ticket arrangements apply, including pay on the gate for both sets of fans., but discounted prices available for buying in advance. Match Officials for this game will be:- Referee: Christopher Kavanagh Assistant Referees: Mark Pottage …

by Hants on November 24th, 2016 Leave a comment »

Next Up: Leyton Orient vs Exeter City

Next Up: Leyton Orient vs Exeter City

On the face of it, a 3-2 defeat for the club in 23rd away to the club in 2nd who had lost one match all season doesn’t sound too bad, but given City were leading 2-1 as the fourth official was readying his board to indicate the number of minutes of injury time, this will go down as an opportunity …

by Jason H on November 21st, 2016 Leave a comment »

Next Up: Carlisle United vs Exeter City

Next Up: Carlisle United vs Exeter City

After yet another home defeat, off-field matters have been dominant with news that the Trust Board have expressed their concern at current results as well as a restructuring of off-field resources. It’s perhaps some relief therefore that City have a couple of away games in quick succession, although the first of these is a lengthy trip up the M5/M6 to …

by Jason H on November 18th, 2016 Leave a comment »