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2015/16 Season In Numbers

9 June 2016

Sam Marshall uncovers the figures behind Exeter City's 2015/16 campaign

106,815
– Combined number of spectators through the turnstiles at St James Park.

43,292 – Fans witnessed the Grecians’ FA Cup Third Round replay at Anfield.

9,271 – Miles that City fans travelled in order to watch their team on the road.

3,319 – Trust members by the end of the season.

500 – Games in charge for Paul Tisdale, a landmark reached during Oxford United’s visit to St James Park last February.



288 – Miles travelled by some Grecians fans to Morecambe last December, only to see the game called off due to heavy rain.
  
91 – Minutes played before Ollie Watkins fired home a sensational solo-effort to complete his brace in the Devon Derby last April - a strike which was later named Exeter City's 2015/16 Goal of the Season.

 
63
– Goals scored by the Grecians in Sky Bet English Football League 2.  
 
53 – Appearances for Bobby Olejnik across all competitions. He missed just one game in 2015/16, the defeat at Luton Town on the final day of the season.

12 – Assists in all competitions for City’s Player of the Season Lee Holmes.
 
11 – Clean sheets for Bobby Olejnik in all competitions



10 – Goals for loanee striker Jayden Stockley, a figure which saw him clinch the golden boot on the final day of the season at Luton Town.
 


 
10 – Matches unbeaten. A run that started with the 2-0 win at Crawley Town and ended with defeat at home to Mansfield Town.
 
5 – Academy graduates that gained first-team minutes: Tom Nichols, Jordan Moore-Taylor, Jamie Reid, Ollie Watkins and Matt Jay.
 
5 – Away wins on the bounce from late February to early April, including a 2-0 victory over West Country rivals Yeovil Town.
 
4 – New faces added during pre-season, namely Will Hoskins, Manny Oyeleke, Joel Grant and Bobby Olejnik.
 
4 – Televised matches: Stevenage (H), Didcot (A), Liverpool (H & A).
 
3 – Consecutive seasons that the Grecians have now won the Fair Play award.
 
3 – Was City’s biggest margin of victory after a rampant performance against Notts County at Meadow Lane.

 
 
3 – Penalty saves from Bobby Olejnik.
 
2 – Goals for Ryan Harley as City overcame Plymouth Argyle at Home Park during an unbeaten November.

1 – The number of games it took Jayden Stockley to open his goal-scoring account for the Grecians; a well-taken half-volley at Morecambe.
 
0 – Red cards for any City player throughout the course of the campaign.





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