Football News Update: Exeter Sign Defender Jack McMillan on Two-Year Deal

Exeter, UK – In a significant move for the Football club, Exeter have announced the signing of defender Jack McMillan on a two-year deal following his departure from Partick Thistle at the end of last season.

McMillan, a 26-year-old who primarily plays as a right-back, made 89 appearances for the Scottish Championship side Partick Thistle over the past two years. The defender started his career in the Motherwell academy and has also spent time at Livingston.

The move reunites McMillan with Grecians boss Gary Caldwell, who initially signed him on loan at Partick Thistle in 2019. “I really liked how he [Caldwell] worked in terms of position and things I could take forward into the next season at Livingston,” McMillan told the Exeter website.

“It’s great to see familiar faces because you already have that mutual respect.”

Commenting on his playing style, McMillan said, “I’m a player who likes to do the basics well and hard work is always the minimum for me. I’m quite an attacking full-back and deliver crosses for the strikers. I always look at numbers and I hope to get lots of assists – and hopefully a few goals – for the team.”

This signing is a significant boost for Exeter as they look to strengthen their squad ahead of the upcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers, Champions League, and the 2023 FIFA World Cup and Women’s World Cup. Fans will be eager to see how McMillan’s versatility and attacking flair can contribute to the team’s success in the Premier League, EFL Cup, EFL Championship, EFL One, EFL Two, and the FA Cup.

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