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Retained List Announced By Exeter

Retained List Announced By Exeter

Exeter City have announced the retained list for the coming season.

Tommy Doherty, Steve Tully, John O'Flynn, Tom Nichols and Myles Anderson have all been offered new deals.

And additionally to the earlier statement about players being released, Elliot Frear has now been told he is free to go.

Chief Executive Julian Tagg told the Official Site.

'I would like to thank Elliott and the other departing players for their contribution during their time at the club. At this stage, Exeter have not yet offered renewed contracts to Matt Oakley or Jamie Cureton. Talks are on going with these two players, and it remains possible that they may be City players next year.'

Tagg added that the club has to continue to live within it's means and all decisions are taken with the clubs long term future in mind.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday May 22 2013
Time: 7:02PM

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