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Moore and Jordan feature in reserve reverse

City's reserve side lost 1-0 to a strong Bournemouth team on Tuesday.

Bournemouth reserve team boss Eddie Howe told afcb.co.uk: 'Exeter showed they are very good with their formation and very organised. All the players know their jobs and it will be no different when the first team visit us on Saturday…'

The Exeter team included triallist right back Peter Moore, a 19 year old released by Wigan in the Summer. Young keeper Nick Jordan also played 90 minutes.

Dean Moxey and Ben Watson - both returning from close-season injury - also featured for more than an hour.







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Date:Thursday August 21 2008

Time: 7:46AM

 

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