Alan Crockford, a member of the Exiles before he even moved to London (the saddo!) and founding secretary of the Exeter Exiles Football Club, has written about City since 1988, when as a 16-year-old he worked with brother David and a gang of other teeny Grecians to produce The Exe Directory fanzine.
After City's relegation to the Conference in 2003, Al wrote a weekly column in the Express & Echo, the then daily Exeter newspaper. His 'Crockford Files' column came to an end in 2011, when the Echo went weekly.
There's a good selection of his Echo pieces here - basically it's a search of the Echo website for the words 'Geddon City'.
We've also archived a few of his 300 or so Exeter City related articles on this site. These articles, incidentally, are the version sent to Echo Sport and not the version printed. As such, they're usually a bit longer and contain a few more jokes and asides. Sometimes they're missing the final couple of 'Geddon City' type paragraphs, which Al often adds when emailing his copy over and realising that he's just rambled on for a while without making any sort of coherent point at all...
2009/10 - Sadomasochism and more back in League One
2008/09 - Return to the Football League and surely not promotion
Some of these are quite wordy, so we've upped the font size for all these articles. Apologies if this causes you problems.
There's more to come from 2003 to 2008 in due course.