Archive for the ‘Season Review’ Category

Exeter City Season Review 2010/11: April and May

Exeter City Season Review 2010/11: April and May

On to the home run to the end of the season. Could the team pick itself up from the disastrous set of results in March. Was there any fight left in the team? One highlight of the season has been the youth team. In the Youth Alliance league they have been top 4 team in their regional league. Then in …

by Hants on May 14th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Exeter City Season Review 2010/11: March

Exeter City Season Review 2010/11: March

On to a season defining March. 7 games to be played. City fans looking to the usual improvement that comes to the Grecians at the end of the season. This could be the opportunity to move to mid table obscurity and safety from relegation. Exeweb voted Scott Bennett as their player of the month for February. **** The month started …

by Hants on May 13th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Exeter City Season Review 2010/11: February

Exeter City Season Review 2010/11: February

So, on to the shortest month, February. To start us off we had our first, and only, postponement of the season. Saturday’s game away to Bournemouth couldn’t be played due to a frozen pitch. Thankfully, it was called off on Friday, so no wasted trips for City fans. A quick replacement date was found, and the game took place on …

by Hants on May 10th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Exeter City Season Review 2011/12: January

Exeter City Season Review 2011/12: January

A new year, a chance to improve on the first half of the season. Some ins and outs for the month. Ahead of the Yeovil game, Chris Hackett was recalled by Millwall, but Reading’s Jake Taylor’s loan was extended. Tom Nichols moved on loan to Blue Square South side Dorchester Town and Tom went on to score on his début …

by Hants on May 9th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Exeter City Season Review 2010/11: December

Exeter City Season Review 2010/11: December

On to December. With no further involvement in the cup, Saturday 3rd was a day off for the players and the fans. **** A trip up to London on Saturday 10th. The 678 City fans that travelled would have been reasonably content at half time, with the score being 0-0. However, a unique Troy hat-trick brought City’s 6 game unbeaten …

by Hants on April 26th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Exeter City Season Review 2011/12: November

Exeter City Season Review 2011/12: November

October turned out to be a good month, could November keep the momentum going? First up was the under 18s representing the Grecians in the FA Youth Cup. This took place at the new ground that AFC Totton have, and on 3rd November. Despite taking a 2-1 lead the youngsters bowed out of the cup 3-2. Nardiello was up for …

by Hants on April 25th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Exeter City 2011/12 Season Review:  October

Exeter City 2011/12 Season Review: October

October was another busy month, 7 games including a JPT tie. It also saw the launch of the Siege Army. The inclusion of Matt Oakley on the team, spurred on City to a rare win. Oldham visited the Park on Saturday 1st October. The Western Morning News said: Not only was the win welcome, but the performance also. The Grecians …

by Hants on April 23rd, 2012 Leave a comment »

Exeter City 2011/12 Season Review: September

Exeter City 2011/12 Season Review: September

The month started off with the bad news that former Grecian captain, Dan Seaborne, had been injured in an attack outside a Southampton nightclub and was seriously ill in hospital. The Grecians needed a better month than August, otherwise a relegation battle for the season would be on the cards. Saturday 3rd meant a long trip to the Victoria Ground …

by Hants on April 18th, 2012 Leave a comment »

Exeter City 2011/12 Season Review: August

Exeter City 2011/12 Season Review: August

This is part 1 of a 9 part series, taking back through the season, bringing up the low lights, highlights and the lows. Here we start with August. After a barn-storming finish to the previous season, finishing 8th, expectations for the new season were high. Fans were concerned that the loss of Jamie Cureton, Ryan Harley and Matt Taylor would …

by Hants on April 16th, 2012 Leave a comment »