LEAGUE CUP round one regional round-up

EFL logoMatt Taylor’s winning start as Exeter City manager continued as the League Two pace setters won through to the League Cup second round following a 4-2 penalty shoot-out win to knockout Championship Ipswich Town.

City central defender Troy Brown cancelled out Kayden Jackson’s 37th minute opener as the tie finished 1-1 after 90 minutes at St James Park.


PAUL TISDALE leaving Exeter City after 12 years

Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale courtesy & copyright Dave ROWNTREEExeter City have confirmed Paul Tisdale is leaving the club after 12 years.
Tisdale's last game in charge of the red and whites was Monday's 3-1 League Two play-off final defeat by Coventry City at Wembley.


YEOVIL TOWN keeper Nelson Way's first summer capture

Darren Way, Stauart Nelson, Steve Phillips copyright & courtesy Yeovil Town Football Club Experienced Stroud-born keeper Stuart Nelson has agreed a new two-year deal to stay at Yeovil Town until summer 2020.

Nelson, 36, made five appearances for Yeovil towards the end of the season helping the Glovers gain eight points, finishing on the losing side just once.


YEOVIL TOWN confirm pre-season friendly schedule

yeovil town crestYeovil Town begin preparation for the 2018-19 League Two season with a home friendly against Championship outfit Swansea City on Wednesday July 11 (1945).
The Swans head to Huish Park before Darren Way’s Glovers travel to Wales for a pre-season camp which will incorporate a friendly, confirmed in due course.


PLYMOUTH ARGYLE Taylor and Sarcevic agree new deals

argyle club crestPlymouth Argyle talismanic targetman Ryan Taylor and goalscoring midfielder Antoni Sarcevic have agreed new two year deals to stay at Home Park until 2020.

Argyle boss Derek Adams held one-to-one talks with players on Monday and Argyle issued their retained list this morning.


UP AND ADAMS New five-year deal for Argyle boss

Derek Adams Plymouth Argyle head of football Derek Adams has agreed a new five-year deal to continue managing Plymouth Argyle until summer 2023.
Glaswegian Adams, 42, teamed up with Argyle in June 2015 and will now become Head of Football at the League One club with a remit to maintain the Pilgrims' progress.


TORQUAY UNITED must-win games to avoid drop

Torquay United boss Gary Owers photo courtesy & copyright Dave RowntreeBack to back defeats have left Torquay United on the brink of relegation from the National League.

United have four must-win final league games ahead of them – kicking off at home to FC Halifax Town on Saturday – if they are to stand any chance of avoiding relegation to National League South.


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