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Tully Coup For Tiverton

Tuesday 13 August 2013 - 3:55 pm | Added by: Admin to Calor League | One comment | Used tags: , , , ,

Steve Tully

Steve Tully

Calor League Division One South & West club Tiverton Town have announced the signing of former Exeter City captain Steve Tully. 

Before his release on July 2, he was Exeter’s longest serving player. 

The 33-year-old right back played in Tiverton’s 4-0 win at Elmore and signed after lengthy discussions. 

Tully (pictured) started his career at Torquay United in 1997 and made over 100 appearances for the Gulls. Following his release in 2002 he joined Weymouth and played over 130 games for the Terras before financial problems at the Dorset club saw him move to Exeter City in January 2007. 

The deal also saw Richard Logan and Lee Elam make the same move on the same day. 

He became a fixture in the Grecians side, twice playing at Wembley as the side gained back-to-back promotions. In all he played 260 games for City. 

His place is cemented in City’s history as the player who scored the vital spot kick at Oxford United to take City to Wembley for the first time. 

He has just gained his UEFA B license and is manager of the highly successful Exeter Ladies team. 

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