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  1. Ian Tarr

    James Dodd

    He's been a long time injured now. Do we have any news? He looked like a quality, creative midfielder when I saw him play a couple of years ago.
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    You have to wonder......

    ...... what the standard of the Scottish Premier League is like. Aberdeen drew with Rangers today, fielding no fewer than three former Argyle players -- Arnason, Clark and Fallon.
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    GWG Prediction League -- join for just £10

    The Great Western Grecians (City fans living in Bristol and the surrounding area) have decided to be a bit more dynamic in our support for our beloved club. One initiative we have decided on is to set up a season long competition, where the proceeds will be split 50:50 between prizes and...
  4. Ian Tarr

    Fana Fotball versus Exeter City matchday thread

    Shocked nobody else has started this......
  5. Ian Tarr

    GWG Prediction League -- join for just £10

    The Great Western Grecians (City fans living in Bristol and the surrounding area) have decided to be a bit more dynamic in our support for our beloved club. One initiative we have decided on is to set up a season long competition, where the proceeds will be split 50:50 between prizes and...
  6. Ian Tarr

    Have we ever had a spell like this before?

    By the time we play at the Memorial Stadium at the end of the month (assuming the date doesn't get changed for TV), we will have played twelve times away in sixteen first team matches! Starting with the re-arranged Dag & Red match, we will have played four at home and seven away in the league...
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    A further complication to our end of season?

    With Hartlepool worried about that 3-point penalty, it's also possible that our end of season could be subject to further complications. Southend today managed to fend off their winding up order, having been given a further seven days to pay their c£400K tax bill. Their chairman, Ron Martin...
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    December 9th, 1967……

    …… was the date of a memorable away trip, in more ways than one. The occasion was our previous first round FA Cup visit to Nuneaton, when the local club – who then went by the name of Nuneaton Borough -- was an average member of the Southern League Premier Division, arguably the strongest...
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    Who's Harrison?

    Somebody called Harrison played for us at Weymouth last night, presumably in midfield and possibly on the left as he was replaced by Frear. Anybody got a clue who he is?
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    If we want Noone......

    ...... will we have to pay a fee? Reading about the Glenn Hoddle Academy, it seems that a fee might conceivably be payable if we take Michael Noone off their hands. The GHA is an interesting concept, and seems to offer a way back into the game for promising young players, albeit in a slightly...
  11. Ian Tarr

    For anyone expecting three easy points on Saturday

    Luton's goalless draw at home to Gillingham tonight produced (according to the Beeb, anyway) the following statistics: On target: Luton 7 Gillingham 1; Off target: Luton 6 Gillingham 1; Corners: Luton 11 Gillingham 5.
  12. Ian Tarr

    Troy Archibald-Henville

    http://www.exetercityfc.co.uk/page/NewsDetail/0,,10436~1526395,00.html So we do do loans......
  13. Ian Tarr

    Posted on GNet

    Paul Morrish has posted the following on GNet (and I feel sure he wouldn't object to me relaying it onto here): "I was chatting with Fred Murray today who said that he was talking to some of the Port Vale players after the game and they said to him that we were the best side they had played...
  14. Ian Tarr

    Ten years?

    Apologies if this has been mentioned elsewhere, but I have just read on GNet that Exeweb has been going for ten years. That being the case, I would like to give my thanks to Mr. Exeweb (and all his helpers over the years). IMHO this website has -- despite some opinions to the contrary -- made...
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