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Exeter City wipes out debts with TV replay

Non-league FA Cup contender Exeter City will wipe out its debts after being told its replay with Premiership giants Manchester United will be screened live by the BBC.

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The game, set for 19 January, will earn the Conference side a further £150,000, increasing its earnings from both games to £750,000 – enough to ease its debt after spending approimately £700,000 on improving St James Park, its home ground.

The Grecians held United to a shock 0-0 draw in the third round at Old Trafford on Saturday.

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