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JMT Signs Deal Extension

JMT Signs Deal Extension

Jordan Moore-Taylor has today signed a new deal with Exeter City.

The 20 year old centre half feature a total of 31 times for the club last season, which was a very impressive breakthrough year for him as he progressed through our Academy.

He also played numerous games for our U21 side and in the St Luke's Challenge Cup as well, bringing his development and experience on further.

He performed admirably in the backline last season, cementing himself as a first team choice for the manager Paul Tisdale, and the gaffer will no doubt be pleased to have secured him for the coming campaign so he can continue to grow in the side.



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Thursday May 29 2014
Time: 1:10PM

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