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Posh swept aside Exeter City to continue their good form of late, winning 3-0 at London Road.
February ‘Manager of the Month’ Darren Ferguson named the same team that had started in the 5-0 win against Oldham last weekend. This meant that Lee Tomlin had to wait on the substitute bench whilst David Ball continued up-front. Paul Tisdale set his side up in a 5-3-2 formation; seemingly to try to swamp Peterborough’s attacking talent. Veteran striker Jamie Cureton started up-front alongside former Manchester United youth product Daniel Nardiello whilst the highly …

An enthralling game resulted in both teams grabbing a point in a 2-2 draw, with neither side able to hold onto a lead.
Gary Johnson doesn’t seem to like rotating his squad and this game was no different. ‘The Posh’ set up in a rather familiar manner, playing a 4-4-2 formation; with their being only two changes from last Saturday’s victory over Oldham. Nathaniel Mendez-Laing replaced Lee Tomlin on the right wing and the other change was enforced on the Peterborough United manager with Ryan Bennett picking up a knee injury last weekend; as …

Ahead of this weekend’s clash against Exeter we caught up with Exeter season ticket holder, Steve Thornely to discuss the match. Here is the result:
THE POSH BLOG: We’ll start with your manager, Paul Tisdale; he is very highly rated by most Exeter City fans. Do you feel that you will be able to keep hold of him in the future or will he move onto bigger things?
STEVE: I think it is inevitable that Tis will move on to bigger things eventually but when I do not know. He has always …

After losing 3-0 in the corresponding away fixture a few months back, Gillingham gained revenge over League Two rivals Exeter City with a 1-0 victory at the KRBS Priestfield stadium.
A goal from Adam Miller in the 79th minute was the difference between the two sides, as the Gills move up to fourth in the table after securing their third successive league win.
As usual, Gillingham were determined to get on the front foot right from the off, and they signalled their attacking intent just three minutes in, when John …