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Exeter City's Chief Executive resigns

The football season gets underway tomorrow for all of our professional sides - and today we look at the hopes for Exeter City.

It's been a turbulent summer at St James Park. The club has run out of cash, and been banned from signing any new players.

Today the Chief Executive resigned - following other senior management out of the door - as the season begins in crisis.

Seth Conway reports:

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Torquay's Chris Hargreaves hopeful for young team

For United fans last season was a painful one - with relegation from League 2 taking them into the conference.

But as pre-seasons go there's plenty to be optimistic about at Torquay. Striker Ryan Bowman sent United on their way to victory in Saturday's friendly at Exeter City as what is now a new and youthful Gulls side will be very competitive in the Football Conference.

In the latest of our previews of all our main teams, we look at their prospects for the new season. Here is our full interview with manager Chris Hargreaves.

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Yeovil hoping to bounce back after relegation

It's three days and counting to the start of the new football season. As part of our series of profiles of all our main teams - today we look at the prospects for Yeovil Town.

This time a year ago the team was buoyant after promotion to the Championship, but relegation followed, and Town are now back in League One.

Tim Walsh reports:

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Argyle apologises after early morning alarm

The alarm at Home Park went off early this morning, waking people living near the ground Credit: ITV News West Country

Plymouth Argyle have apologised to residents living near Home Park after the stadium's alarm went off early this morning.

The system - which was being tested ahead of the new season - malfunctioned and woke up several people living in the Milehouse area.

The club says engineers are trying to fix the problem to stop it happening again.

FOOTBALL: Draw for Capital One Cup first round

Our sides all have home ties Credit: ITV News West Country

The World cup may be in full swing in Brazil but the domestic season has a moved a step closer with the draw for the first round of the Capital One Cup.

All of our sides have home ties. Exeter City take on Championship side Bournemouth, Plymouth are up against league one Leyton Orient and Yeovil meet Gillingham.

The games will be played in the week beginning 11 August 2014.

Fans favourite Wotton offered new deal

Plymouth Argyle have offered a new contract to veteran and fan favourite, Paul Wotton.

The 36-year-old midfielder, now in his second spell at the club, became the Pilgrim's joint-second highest appearance maker when he played his 491st game for Argyle at Portsmouth on Saturday.

Wotton has played 491 games for Argyle Credit: ITV News West Country
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