New Chief for Exeter City

The club has announced the appointment of Guy Wolfenden as Chief Executive.

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New Chief Executive will be 'very successful'

On behalf of the Trust, I am very pleased to be able to welcome Guy to the Club.

When speaking with Guy I have been struck by his enthusiasm and commitment to supporter engagement.

He has a proven track record in the commercial field of sport and although his background is in cricket, he clearly grasped the issues that are involved in being the CEO of a supporters-owned League Football Club.

I have no doubt he will be very successful in his new role.”

– Laurence Overend, Chairman of the Supporters’ Trust

Interim Chief Executive welcomes Guy's appointment

Vice Chairman and Executive Director Julian Tagg has been interim Chief Executive of Exeter City Football Club.

He said it had been a privilege and pleasure to work on an interim basis with the board, staff and volunteers.

Guy’s introduction will bring vast experience and drive which will allow him singular focus on Commercial, Sales, Marketing, Operations, and Communications meaning I can return my focus to my first loves at Exeter City – the Youth Academy , Football in the Community and Football, where there is much to be done.

I remain fully committed to the cause, to continuing to deliver my best as a member of the Board of the Club, and very much look forward to working with Guy.”

– Julian Tagg, Vice Chairman and Executive Director


Exeter City Chief Executive appointed

Guy Wolfenden will take up his new post in October. Credit: Exeter City FC

Exeter City Football Club have announced the appointment of Guy Wolfenden as Chief Executive.

The 40 year old joins the Grecians in October from Warwickshire County Cricket Club where he was Commercial Manager.

He is also a former Commercial Manager at Somerset County Cricket and lives in Taunton with his family.

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