Exeter City suited and booted by Moss Bros and Ted Baker

PUBLISHED: 11:12 27 November 2012

(Back row: Paul Tisdale, Alan Gow, Pat Baldwin, Artur Krysiak, Danny Coles, Scot Bennett, Liam Sercombe; front row: John O’Flynn, Steve Tully, Jamie Cureton, Matt Oakley, Craig Woodman).

(Back row: Paul Tisdale, Alan Gow, Pat Baldwin, Artur Krysiak, Danny Coles, Scot Bennett, Liam Sercombe; front row: John O’Flynn, Steve Tully, Jamie Cureton, Matt Oakley, Craig Woodman).

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Exeter City having been looking sharp again on the pitch recently and off it they certainly look the part thanks to Moss Bros and Ted Baker.

The two companies, who between them represent the biggest names in menswear, have recently combined to set up the Grecian players with beautifully fitted suits, shirts and matching ties to leave them the envy of many bigger clubs when they arrive for home matches and formal occasions.

Moss Bros, whose branch in Princesshay already supplies a number of City staff and fans with a range of clothes, is known for top designer name suits at highly competitive prices backed by superb service.

With the world famous Ted Baker brand also wanting to support Exeter City and being one of the biggest-selling designer labels that Moss Bros carry, it seemed a natural step for the two famous names to play a neat one-two and set up the City squad in their extremely smart new formal wear.

Grecians manager Paul Tisdale, a personal friend of Ray Kelvin who owns the Ted Baker brand, said: “We are delighted to have been supported in such a way by two such famous brands and we thank them both. The players are extremely pleased with the new look and feeling confident and looking like winners when they arrive at the ground helps us be in the right mindset from the start.”

Exeter City reminds its fans that they can get very beneficial discounts and superb deals and service when they shop at Moss Bros and can also have the chance to get a famous Ted Baker label suit themselves.

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