Gow good for Grecians stay

Exeter striker Alan Gow has agreed a new two-year contract at St James Park.

Last Updated: 10/05/12 at 15:51

Gow: Set for stay

Gow: Set for stay

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Gow joined the Grecians on a short-term deal from East Bengal in March and produced a return of three goals in seven appearances.

The 29-year-old's contribution was unable to save City from relegation to npower League Two, but he is set for a key role when Paul Tisdale's side begin their quest for an instant return in August.

"I am happy to have everything sorted and done and now I can look forward to next season," Gow told Exeter's official website.

"I'm delighted as I've had a good time since I've been down here. The style of the team and the way the manager wanted to play suited me and he showed a lot of faith in me.

"Some managers in the past haven't always played a way that suits me. He let me play and enjoy my football and I think it's shown because I've done well."

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