Exeter City Football Club will travel to Brazil to recreate the most historic game in the history of Exeter and Brazilian football.
Exeter City will move into the League Two automatic promotion places tonight if they beat Bristol Rovers at the Memorial Stadium.
Torquay United, Exeter City and Yeovil Town were all knocked out of the FA Cup at the first hurdle.
Exeter City has confirmed that their manager, Paul Tisdale, has spoken to Portsmouth about the vacant manager's role at Fratton Park.
We can confirm that Portsmouth Football Club approached Exeter City to ask permission to speak to Paul Tisdale about the vacant management position at Fratton Park.
As on previous occasions that approaches have been made to speak to Paul, permission was granted.
Paul met with Portsmouth on Tuesday for initial discussions.
– Exeter City FC
Exeter City Football Club prides itself on not standing in the way of staff, players and management when further opportunities arise away from the club.
Given Paul’s excellent track-record at Exeter City, we are always unsurprised to receive approaches from other clubs for his services.
We are also delighted with the mutual loyalty between Paul and the club during his seven-and-a-half years at St James Park.
Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale has been interviewed for the vacant manager's job at Portsmouth according to their local newspaper The News. It reports that the longest serving manager in the football league was interviewed at a hotel in Newbury on Tuesday.
Tisdale is believed to be one of seven candidates for the job following the sacking of previous manager Guy Whittingham. The Portsmouth board are thought to be speaking to a shortlist of two today before announcing their appointment by Monday.
If Tisdale has spoken to Portsmouth then the news will come as a surprise to City fans. The most successful manager in Exeter's history has previously turned down the chance to become manager at Brighton and Swansea over the past few years.
Exeter City will be looking for a change of fortune tomorrow when they entertain Southend.
The Grecians made a reasonable start to their League Two campaign but have lost their last three games and seem to save their best performances for on the road. With news of that - and the rest of the fixtures.
Exeter City have announced details of the tour to Brazil and how fans can now book tickets and travel to this historic event.
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We are pleased to say we have completed our research into the numbers of fans who have indicated they would consider travelling to Rio de Janeiro in July 2014 for the return of Exeter City Football Club to Brazil after 100 years away.
We have secured Thomas Cook Sport as the club's official tour operator.
Deposits are higher than initially anticipated, but are in line with standard industry practice and the requirements of our official travel partners and are out of the control of the club.
When Exeter City run out to face Hartlepool tomororw they will be celebrating a special anniversary.
Ten years ago the club was virtually bankrupt and had just been relegated from the Football League. That was when the Supporters Trust took over and since then the club has thrived.
Seth Conway reports .
Exeter City's Supporters Trust is celebrating 10 years in charge of the club this weekend.
The trust took over when the League 2 side were relegated to the Conference in 2003.
Since then they've presided over the most successful period in City's history.
– Laurence Overend, Chairman of the Supporters’ Trust
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.”
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.
– Julian Tagg, Vice Chairman and Executive Director
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.”
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.
Torquay United have been drawn at home to Portsmouth in the first round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
The fallen giants, who were FA Cup winners in 2008, now find themselves playing in League Two after several seasons of financial turmoil.
Exeter City also have a home tie against Wycombe Wanderers, while Plymouth Argyle will travel up the M5 to play Cheltenham Town.
The games will be played in the first week of September.