Exeter City’s award-winning programme is back for the 2017/18 season with a new design and a few new features.
The Grecian, out of nearly 60 other Football League and Premier League entries, was voted the fourth best programme nationally by the Soccer Club Swap Shop for the 2016/17 season.
However, not content to settle for fourth-place, The Grecian – with the help of Bishop Printers – has undergone a redesign for the new season and will have a few new features for the upcoming campaign.
In the first issue, there will be a feature interview with David Wheeler, news on the CITY Community Trust launch and an extended low-down on the opposition, Cambridge United.
Added to left-back Chris Vinnicombe, who was part of the 1989/1990 title winning squad, before moving to Rangers, chats through his first, best and worst moments at St James Park.
Charlie Howell also profiles the team that took the field at Scarborough that season to claim that fourth division title, under Terry Cooper, while there is an A-Z of Exeter City and the usual musing from Tony Morris and, of course, a poem from our Bard of ECFC Robert Casey.
Make sure you pick up a copy of the new programme, which will be still priced at just £3. They will be on sale around the ground and in the club shop tomorrow.