Date: 23rd October 2008 at 1:38pm
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Paul Tisdale has agreed, and signed, a new two-year rolling contract with Exeter.

The 35-year-old guided Exeter to promotion back to the Football League via the Play-offs last season, with them currently sitting in the top six in League Two this season after an impressive run of form.

The manager was previously on a 12-month rolling contract, which he signed in 2006, so this new two-year rolling deal replaces that once.

Tisdale had previously managed Team Bath, where he guided them into the FA Cup 1st round in 2002, as well as achieving four successive promotions.

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