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Notts County And Exeter City Trips Rearranged

As reported by ciderspace.co.uk Yeovil Town have had two of their 2018-19 season fixtures changed. The trips to Notts County and Exeter City will now kick off at non-standard times, following modifications to the fixture list...

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Exeter Carabao Cup Date Set

as reported by twtd.co.uk Exeter Carabao Cup Date SetMonday, 25th Jun 2018 23:15 The Blues’ Carabao Cup first round tie against Exeter City at St James Park will be played on Tuesday 14th August (KO 7.45pm). Town will be...

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Exeter City manager Matt Taylor names his backroom staff at St James' Park

Exeter City manager has made his first appointments as manager with Chris Weale, Dan Green and Scott Wiseman joining him on the Grecians’ coaching staff.

Former Yeovil goalkeeper Weale will replace Mel Gwinnett as goalkeeper coach and work closely with Christy Pym and James Hamon, whilst also aiding the young shot-stoppers in the club’s Academy. He will also register as a player and be third choice to Pym and Hamon.

Dan Green is a known face already, as he has been promoted from his role as the club’s Under-18 manager, while Wiseman will come on board as the strength and conditioning coach that Taylor was so keen to appoint.

Negotiations are still ongoing with regards to City’s new assistant manager, to replace the MK Dons-bound Matt Oakley, with an announcement likely early next week.

New Exeter City goalkeeping coach Chris Weale

Weale is also well known in Westcountry footballing circles having started his career at Yeovil Town. Speaking of the appointment, Taylor said: “Chris is enthusiastic. He’s got a great work ethic and he’s a good character and he will fit in well with the environment we are trying to create. I see Chris as a long-term appointment.

“I knew Chris from a coaching course and from playing against him. He is familiar with the club, having worked with the academy goalkeepers. Artur Krysiak spoke very highly of him from his time at Yeovil and how he improved his game.

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“Chris has had a fantastic playing career and is an ambitious young coach in terms of developing young goalkeepers which is a big part of our club with Christy and James and the younger keepers coming up through the academy.”

On Weale, the player, Taylor added: “Chris will also provide us as cover if emergency circumstances happen where a keeper fell ill on the day of a game, he could sit on the bench if needed, so we can also sign him on a non-playing contract.”

Dan Green, has been promoted from his role as manager of Exeter City’s under 18s. –

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Exeter City manager Matt Taylor names his backroom staff at St James' Park

Exeter City manager has made his first appointments as manager with Chris Weale, Dan Green and Scott Wiseman joining him on the Grecians’ coaching staff.

Former Yeovil goalkeeper Weale will replace Mel Gwinnett as goalkeeper coach and work closely with Christy Pym and James Hamon, whilst also aiding the young shot-stoppers in the club’s Academy. He will also register as a player and be third choice to Pym and Hamon.

Dan Green is a known face already, as he has been promoted from his role as the club’s Under-18 manager, while Wiseman will come on board as the strength and conditioning coach that Taylor was so keen to appoint.

Negotiations are still ongoing with regards to City’s new assistant manager, to replace the MK Dons-bound Matt Oakley, with an announcement likely early next week.

New Exeter City goalkeeping coach Chris Weale

Weale is also well known in Westcountry footballing circles having started his career at Yeovil Town. Speaking of the appointment, Taylor said: “Chris is enthusiastic. He’s got a great work ethic and he’s a good character and he will fit in well with the environment we are trying to create. I see Chris as a long-term appointment.

“I knew Chris from a coaching course and from playing against him. He is familiar with the club, having worked with the academy goalkeepers. Artur Krysiak spoke very highly of him from his time at Yeovil and how he improved his game.

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“Chris has had a fantastic playing career and is an ambitious young coach in terms of developing young goalkeepers which is a big part of our club with Christy and James and the younger keepers coming up through the academy.”

On Weale, the player, Taylor added: “Chris will also provide us as cover if emergency circumstances happen where a keeper fell ill on the day of a game, he could sit on the bench if needed, so we can also sign him on a non-playing contract.”

Dan Green, has been promoted from his role as manager of Exeter City’s under 18s. –

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