EXETER OFFERED SURVIVAL PACKAGE

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Exeter's creditors yesterday voted to give the club until the end of the season to come up with a financial survival package. Unless one can be found, the club will fold and its 90-year-old St James Park ground be sold for development to clear debts estimated at about £2m. At a meeting, a creditors committee was formed to work with club administrator David Peacock and examine any deals which may be put on the table.

Luton last night agreed an £80,000 fee for Rob Matthews, the Notts County striker.

TRANSFER: Mark Gardiner (midfielder), Crewe to Chester (loan).

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