Date: 24th September 2008 at 1:01pm
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Paul Tisdale is pleased with how his Exeter side have adapted back to life in the Football League.

Tisdale has stuck with the vast majority of the side that guided Exeter back to League Two after a spell in the Blue Square Premier and he doesn’t feel that any of the players look out of place: ‘We’ve certainly settled into this level and we certainly don’t look out of place,’ Tisdale told BBC Devon. ‘I think this first half of the season is going to be a learning curve for the players.

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2 Replies to “Tisdale Says We’re Settling In Well”

  • I’ve not seen you yet, as you still have to play Lincoln – that I’ll be a defeat for you 😉 – but based on last season, you should be challenging for a play-off place.

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