Captain Jake Taylor says he is excited about the future at Exeter City having put pen to paper on a new deal at St James Park.
The midfielder, who has been an integral part of the team over the past two-and-a-half seasons, says the club is moving in the right direction and he was keen to tie down his future at St James Park because of that.
“I am very pleased,” he said. “The future at Exeter City is exciting. Since Matty (Taylor) has come in he has showed us it is completely different this year and it is definitely something I want to be involved in going forward.”
THERE were thrilling finals in the 14th Exeter City Supporters Trust’s One Game One Community Group male and female five-a-side community diversity football tournament, when eight male and six female teams competed for trophies and medals.
In the male final, Marcel's Allstars drew 2-2 against Isanbul Barbers and with no score in extra time, just as in many World Cup games, it was down to penalty shoot outs.
Marcel's Allstars triumphed 3-2 in the penalty shoot out.
In the female tournament Alphington Ladies Football Club were the victors against MAP Athletic, 3-2 in...
Exeter City have received a decision from the Professional Football Compensation Committee (PFCC) regarding Ethan Ampadu’s move to Chelsea and are disappointed by the verdict given.
The decision taken by the PFCC, following a meeting held in London on Wednesday, in summary means that Exeter’s total compensation is up to £2.5m: comprising a guaranteed sum of £1.3m based on a transfer fee plus international and first team appearances already made, with the balance made up of contingent sums amounting to of a further £1.25m depending on the player’s first team appearances with Chelsea...
EXETER City Football Club said “no to homophobia” at its home game with Mansfield on Saturday, February 17.
The match was designated as the Club’s annual “Football v Homophobia” fixture and a number of initiatives to mark the day were organised by Exeter City Supporters’ Trust, its One Game One Community (OGOC) Group and Proud Grecians, the club's newly formed lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans (LGBT+) and allies supporters group.
It was the ninth time that an annual Exeter City home game has been designated as a Football v Homophobia match.
Exeter City have signed forward Ryan Loft for Tottenham Hotspur. Ryan was born in Gravesend and played for both Dartford and Ebbsfleet United before linking up with Spurs Academy. He made his Football League debut for Stevenage after joining them on loan in January 2017. In total he made nine appearances for the Hertfordshire side in League Two last season in addition to playing 11 times for Spurs’ under-23 team where he scored in home matches against Liverpool and Reading. The season before Ryan netted 13 goals in 22 appearances for Tottenham’s under-18s team.
I fell in love with football at an early age; standing on a wooden stool, supported by my Dad, watching Coventry City at home in the “covered end” at Highfield Road, or away on the asphalt banks of Fellows Park, Walsall.
It was a family thing; not just my family but being part of the football club “family”.
I was lucky enough to be at Wembley in 1987, to witness “one of the best FA Cup Finals ever” (quote: John Motson); I was with my Dad and both of my brothers and a “family” of friends. So, where’s this leading to...
Exeter City Football Club’s first-team players brought early Christmas magic to the children and teenagers on Bramble Ward at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, by paying them a special festive visit.
The players delivered dozens of bears, toys, calendars, footballs, signed merchandise, selection boxes and chocolates to the young patients who are sadly spending the festive period on the ward.
The players who visited the ward were captain Jordan Moore-Taylor, Dean Moxey, Jake Taylor, Lloyd James, Craig Woodman, Ryan Brunt and Robbie Simpson.
Exeter City fell to a 3-1 defeat away to Colchester United in Sky Bet League Two.
Two first-half goals from Sammie Szmodics and an own goal in the first-half was enough to take the match away from City who did pull one back through Jayden Stockley in the second-half, but it wasn't enough despite creating a host of chances later in the match.
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With the Grecians returning to league action, Paul Tisdale made two changes to the City side that began the dramatic draw in the FA Cup against Forest Green as Reuben Reid and Ryan Harley...