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Argyle 2 Truro City 1

  With all the recent drama surrounding Truro chairman Kevin Heaney's involvement in the Bishop International group's bid to take over Argyle, it is inevitable that Wednesday evening's friendly between the two sides at Home Park ould be seen as just a a convenient exercise in public and sporting relations.   But it ended as a remarkably narrow contest after the visitors had made the ....


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Argyle 0 Queens Park Rangers 1

Neil Warnock and his Queens Park Rangers side came to town last night to help goalkeeper Romain Larrieu celebrate his testimonial- new boys Robbie Williams and Tom Hitchcock made their debuts, with trialists Ladji Soukouna and Andres Guerreri also starting and new keeper Jake Cole among the substitutes as Peter Reid looks to cover all bases before the bg League Two kick-off. The opening quarter ....


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Argyle 2 Bristol City 3

Only a handful of contracted first team players featured as Argyle slumped to a narrow defeat on Friday evening, bolstered by a number of trialists.       All impressed manager Peter Reid, who said  "I thought it was a good match: two good teams in terms of passing and movement; plenty of good football.   "It was a really good run-out. I thought Hitchcock played ....


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Argyle 1 Leyton Orient 4

Argyle could not sign off with a win, despite manager Peter Reid's call for his players to reward their long-suffering supporters in the best possible fashion. Carl Fletcher had been awarded the Player Of The Year award by supporters, Curtis Nelson winning the Young Player prize. Changes were made as Romain Larrieu, Anton Peterlin, Rory Patterson, Joe Mason and Luke Young were called into the ....


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Argyle 1 Southampton 3

  The fight to remain in League One is now at an end, with the Saints as good as promoted after comprehensively dismantling the Greens. Just one change was made from Saturday's defeat at Exeter City, as Rory Patterson came in for Luke Summerfield- Yannick Bolasie quickly at the centre of things and perhaps unlucky not to be given a penalty after falling to the turf with a little help from ....


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Exeter City 1 Argyle 0

  Following a slip on Saturday afternoon, it would appear that Argyle's battle to stay in League One is out of their hands. Two home games now remain- against Southampton this coming Monday and then Leyton Orient next Saturday, and they will be vitally important. Back to the afternoon's business, though, and a tactical change from the win over Milton Keynes Dons saw a five man midfield ....


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Argyle 1 Milton Keynes Dons 0

  Given that his last few years have been spent battling injury, it was fitting that Simon Walton should net the winner on Easter Monday, a day traditionally celebrating resurrection. Two changes were made from the Good Friday win over Dagenham & Redbridge as Rory Fallon and Joe Mason replaced Rory Patterson and Anton Peterlin, with the Dons making most of the early headway but failing ....


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Dagenham & Redbridge 0 Argyle 1

It was a good Good Friday for Argyle, as a Rory Patterson goal ensured they would be homeward bound with three precious points to show for it. The Northern Irishman had come into the side as replacement for the injured Rory Fallon, a late withdrawal from the squad after injury- and with the sun bearing down on the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham Stadium, high balls were the order of the ....


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Peterborough United 2 Argyle 1

The Posh continued their push for promotion with a win over Argyle at London Road on Saturday afternoon. While not a surprise in the grand scheme of things, the Pilgrims will perhaps feel a little aggrieved- once again, in keeping with an overall recent pattern, they started brightest as Kari Arnason's swift inroads into the area saw his initial effort find its way to Rory Fallon, whose volley ....


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Argyle 2 Walsall 1

Argyle boosted their fight to stay in League One with a win over Walsall on Saturday afternoon. Three changes were made from the trip to Leyton Orient, as Jim Paterson, Kari Arnason, and Simon Walton came in for Bondz N'Gala, Anton Peterlin and Rory Patterson- who all dropped to the substitutes bench.     A good start from the visitors must have had the Green Army wondering if it was ....


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Argyle 0 Rochdale 1

The sun may have shone on Home Park this afternoon, but visitors Rochdale may have contributed to a longer-term cloud over the club. Just one change was made from the trip to Carlisle as Anton Peterlin replaced the suspended Kari Arnason- tactical decisions by both sides ensured that the opening exchanges were largely a midfield battle, long range efforts from Carl Fletcher and Rory Fallon ....


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Carlisle United 1 Argyle 1

  The Pilgrims left it late to snatch a point from their long trek to Brunton Park on Tuesday evening. Three changes were made from the weekend loss at Hartlepool, as Chris Clark, Kari Arnason and Karl Duguid replaced Onismor Bhasera, Anton Peterlin and Jim Paterson- the opening exchanges promising an open encounter as Yannick Bolasie was quick to use his pace down the right flank to work ....


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Hartlepool United 2 Argyle 0

  The Pilgrims upturn in fortunes was crushed on Saturday afternoon after they slipped to defeat at Hartlepool. Just one enforced change was needed from the home win over Swindon as the injured Kari Arnason was replaced by Anton Peterlin, the perennial substitute given a first involvement since September's draw at Colchester United.   Continuing the recent trend, the visitors started ....


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Argyle 1 Swindon Town 0

An unchanged line up from that which had won at Hillsborough on Saturday afternoon, save for the addition of Simon Walton to the squad after a spell out injured, gave the Green Army yet more to cheer about with a win over equally beleaguered ( on the pitch, at least) Swindon.   Though it was Town who forced the first real save of note, as Matt Ritchie's header was turned around a post by ....


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Sheffield Wednesday 2 Argyle 4

    The administrators may have been called in off the field, but on it the Pilgrims players used this afternoon's trip to Sheffield Wednesday to demonstrate a ' down but not out' spirit- just one change made to the side as Onismor Bhasera replaced Chris Clark, and Kari Arnason was quick to lead a forward raid and work a corner from which Rory Fallon's attempted header fell to ....


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Brighton & Hove Albion 4 Argyle 0

Tuesday night saw the hosts merely add to the many troubles of the men from Home Park. Manager Peter Reid tinkered with his starting eleven in a bid to change things, not that much could be changed given recent events- after a teambuilding huddle, the Seagulls were quick out of the blocks and Elliott Bennett had a shot blocked by David Button after he had countered from a poor Pilgrims free kick ....


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Argyle 1 Tranmere Rovers 3

  Peter Reid and his men will no doubt soon begin to fear the League One trapdoor after defeat to Tranmere proved the latest setback in a poor run of form. An unchanged side from that which had lost to Brentford took to the field for this encounter, and a good start to proceedings saw Rory Patterson blast wide from Chris Clark's corner before referee Graham Horwood gave Rovers a let off in ....


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Brentford 2 Argyle 0

  It was a great start to management for Nicky Forster on Saturday, the veteran striker placed in caretaker charge following Brentford's dismissal of boss Andy Scott, but the Pilgrims will rue a bad start to what could prove a long week. One change was made from Tuesday's defeat at Yeovil, the banned Yannick Bolasie replaced by the fit again Joe Mason- and the visitors were keen to reward ....


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Yeovil Town 1 Argyle 0

A sixth defeat in seven league outings befell Argyle in this cross-West Country clash. Karl Duguid replaced Jim Paterson in the one change to the side from the defeat to Bournemouth on Saturday- and it seemed this had galvanised Peter Reid's men, Kari Arnason revelling in his present redeployment in attack and lashing a volley wide from twenty yards by way of a spectacular first shot of the ....


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Argyle 1 Afc Bournemouth 2

An unchanged Argyle line up suffered a crashing loss of momentum following the win over Milton Keynes Dons and defeat to Charlton Athletic following Saturday afternoon's encounter with AFC Bournemouth. The early exchanges saw nothing of note, a fact given credence when the first shot of the game left the foot of Kari Arnason just prior to the twenty minute mark- Rory Fallon following up by ....


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Mk Dons 1 Argyle 3

  Argyle proved themselves true dons of Milton Keynes with his performance. Two changes were made from the defeat to Oldham, as Stephane Zubar and Rory Fallon returned from suspension and a spell on loan at Ipswich Town to replace Rory Patterson and Karl Duguid, who dropped to the bench.   The first incident of note saw a nasty clash between Onismor Bhasera, Joe Mason, and Mathias ....


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Argyle 0 Oldham Athletic 2

  A five game unbeaten run at home shuddered to a halt for Argyle on Saturday afternoon. Two changes were made from the midweek defeat at Huddersfield, as Karl Duguid and Yannick Bolasie replaced Stephane Zubar and Jack Stephens- and it was a relatively quiet opening few minutes, Chris Taylor's wayward shot for the Latics proving the only effort on target prior to Bolasie's rushed effort ....


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Huddersfield Town 3 Argyle 2

  So near, and yet so far. Both a reflection of the journey and the result that followed it. Two changes were made from the defeat at Bournemouth as Marcel Seip and Jack Stephens came in for Bondz N'Gala and Yannick Bolasie- you might have got good odds on an early goal, but this one actually came for the visitors, bucking a worrying recent trend and seeing Joe Mason half volley home from ....


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Afc Bournemouth 3 Argyle 0

  Argyle failed to build on the win over Bristol Rovers in midweek as they crashed to defeat at Dean Court. One change was made as the absent Bradley Wright-Phillips was replaced by Yannick Bolasie, with BWP reportedly discussing a move away from Home Park. Peter Reid would no doubt have warned his men not to fall behind in the early stages- their greatest weakness of late, ....


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Bristol Rovers 2 Argyle 3

Victory was snatched from the jaws of defeat, to coin a bit of a cliche, for Argyle on Tuesday night at the Memorial Stadium. One change was made to the starting eleven, after Reda Johnson's move to Sheffield Wednesday vacated a place in the side which went to Carl Fletcher, Peter Reid shuffling his tactical pack accordingly- and the visitors seemed keen to impress knowing that a place in the ....


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