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Steve Perryman: signs are good

'The signs are very good for Exeter City', insists Steve Perryman.

Reflecting on Tuesday's defeat to Southampton, Perryman told the Express & Echo: 'We were up against a classy, young and vibrant team who were very quick on the break against us.

'I thought we showed some really good things. We showed some real confidence and a good understanding. I think we're on the right road.

'Jonesy stood up to the task very well and showed he is developing as a keeper, which is great.

'Look at how decent their wide men were. And yet our full-backs had good games against them.

Perryman was also delighted with the attendance for City's first game since 2003 as a League club.

'You know things are going right when you are getting 6,000-plus crowds.

'We have to encourage the fans back here and anyone seeing this game will tell their workmates tomorrow 'do yourself a favour and go and watch them play on Saturday'.'




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Writer: Robbie Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 14 2008

Time: 11:03PM

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Perryman as D o F - thought he was a london lad.
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17/08/2008 17:25:00

6k+ crowd. Wow, well done.
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17/08/2008 18:43:00

 

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