Who will wear what number next season?
Exeter City's squad returned to training on Monday morning in their Joma training gear, complete with new squad numbers.
There have been a number of changes to the squad list, with only seven players keeping the same squad numbers, so we've put together a who's who guide to the squad as it stands and what squad number they'll be wearing.
The squad were joined at the Cat & Fiddle by former Grecian Jamie Cureton who is currently training with the club.
The 2012/13 squad as it stands:
1. Artur Krysiak
Keeping the number one shirt he has worn since the departure of Andy Marriott, Artur faces a battle for his place in the side with new keeper Rhys Evans.
2. Steve Tully
Another player to keep his 2011/12 squad number, Tully was all smiles in training as always on Monday.
3. Craig Woodman
Monday was the Tivvy-born left-back's first session with his new team-mates after moving from Brentford. He's been given the squad number vacated by Billy Jones who has left the club after two seasons.
4. Scot Bennett
Scot's performances during last season have seen him move from the number 26 shirt to the number 4, previously worn by James Dunne before his move to Stevenage.
5. Pat Baldwin
One of last season's successful loanees, Pat has joined on a permanent basis after leaving Southend and has inherited Troy's number five shirt.
6. Danny Coles
squad number last season.Richard Duffy'sWhen Danny suffered a fractured spine in March it looked like his professional football career could be on the line but he was back in training yesterday with his team-mates. He will wear number six,
7. Liam Sercombe
Liam retains the number seven shirt and will be looking to carry on where he left off after finishing last season on fire.
10. Alan Gow
Before the summer break Alan had already committed his future to the club by signing a two year deal, much to the delight of the club's supporters who took him to their hearts after just seven appearances where he found the net three times. He has been given the number 10 shirt, previously worn by Dan Nardiello. (Now at Rotherham)
11. Arron Davies
Arron Davies.City had two number 11s last season, first Scott Golbourne and then Luke O'Brien following his fellow left-back's move to Barnsley, but this season sees that shirt number is being worn by a left winger (like many say it should be) in former Yeovil and Nottingham Forest man
14. Tommy Doherty
. The former Bristol City and Wycombe man will add some experience in the centre of the park and will wear the number 14 that belonged to Chris Shephard last season.joined the club last ThursdayAnother new recruit, Tommy
16. Kevin Amankwaah
As you can see, the former Swindon and Swansea right-back has lost the braids you may have remembered him sporting at Swindon. You'll see him this season in the number 16 shirt, previously worn by Marcus Stewart until his retirement in March 2011.
18. Elliott Frear
Elliott was another youngster to enjoy a breakthrough campaign last season and he has moved from number 24 to 18, replacing Danny Coles who has taken number six.
19. John O'Flynn
and has returned from his summer in Ireland with the blond hair he sported for a while last season! He remains City's number 19, having worn 29 during his first season with the Grecians.new deal with the club last weekJohn signed a
20. Tom Nichols
The 19-year-old striker, who made 12 appearances last season and scored a memorable winner against Chesterfield, has been given squad number 20, previously worn by Richard Logan.
21. Guillem Bauza
The Spanish striker will be sporting the number 21 for the second successive season. Injury restricted the 25-year-old to just 14 starts last season so he will be looking to make up for lost time in League Two from August 18th.
22. Jimmy Keohane
The Irish midfielder, who arrived from Bristol City last summer, is one of just seven players to have kept the same squad number. Broke into the side at the start of last season and has improved rapidly since becoming a Grecian.
23. Aaron Dawson
One of seven youth team products in this squad to have already made their debut for the club, Dawson will be looking to build on his two appearances last season.
24. Rhys Evans
Paul Tisdale has not only put together an experienced back four this summer but he has also added an experienced keeper with plenty of knowledge of this level in Rhys Evans who will wear the number 24, previously sported by Elliott Frear.
Of course the number 9 shirt is retired for nine seasons in honour of the much-missed striker Adam Stansfield. For more information about the Adam Stansfield Foundation click here.