Exeter City have taken out a short term loan from the Professional Footballers Association.
Torquay United are hoping their Easter Monday win at St James Park in the Devon derby has come in time to save them from relegation
Exeter City Football Club will travel to Brazil to recreate the most historic game in the history of Exeter and Brazilian football.
Final score: Exeter City 1, Torquay United 2
Torquay United win and live to fight another game for safety in League Two. Exeter join Wycombe, Bristol Rovers and Northampton in a dog fight for survival.
Scott Bennett gives Exeter the lead after 16 minutes. Torquay had started brightly and Eliot Benyon missed a great opportunity early on. It was clear to see heads drop instantly from the away team.
An appeal has gone out for volunteers to take part in a new musical that'll tell the story of the first match between Exeter and Brazil that took place in 1914.
The original game between the Grecians and what many people regard as the world's best football side was Brazil's first ever international game. The musical is being staged as part of the centenary celebrations, which also include a rematch in Rio.
As well as a host of parts the Director needs young men to play the footballers of Exeter City. Auditions begin on Tuesday 18th February at The Northcott Theatre main stage at 7pm followed on the 19th at St James Park at 7pm and then on the 20th at the University of Exeter at 7pm.
BREAKING: Game off due to waterlogged pitch.
Exeter City's League Two match with Morecambe at St James Park has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
Confirmation of today's fixture being postponed. Ticketing details to follow in due course. http://t.co/NSQqmJr2Ng
Horse racing at Exeter has been abandoned today due to a waterlogged track. People with tickets are being offered to use them at Cheltenham today. You can get more details here
Yeovil Town are looking to end a run of five Championship games without a win when they entertain Watford at Huish Park today.
The Glovers are second from bottom of the table after two heavy defeats over Christmas.
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.
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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.