Former Exeter City striker Richard Logan shared stories about his career in an exclusive interview with club marketing manager Scott Palfrey.
The popular striker told stories about comical contract negotions with Barry Fry at Peterborough and being part of the Big Ron Manager documentary while at London Road. However, he is perhaps best known amongst City fans for his winning goal at Rotherham United's Don Valley Stadium that secured promotion to League One for the club on the final day of the 2008/09 campaign.
“I can’t remember if it was Tis (Paul Tisdale) or Stevie P (Steve Perryman), but one of them said: ‘you are going to come on and score the winner today’," recalled Logie. "I was just itching to get on and it was 60 odd minutes and they brought me on and to get that goal – a Logie header – and it was a great feeling. We didn’t know the other results at the time but then we saw Stevie P on the phone and he told us and it as just crazy scenes really.”
Logie also had a great relationship with Adam Stansfield while at Exeter City. He touched on how the striker, who sadly died from bowel cancer in 2010, was always there for him when he suffered from anxiety and panic attacks and how he will never be forgotten.
“He was the talisman of the club," said Logie. "He embedded what the club was about. He was so funny as well Stanno and he was always there for me.”
Watch Logie's full interview below: