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One Good Reason Why Argyle Will Be Backing Cheltenham...

Latest from Argyle Fansonline ++++   Argyle will be keeping their fingers crossed Crewe win Saturday's League Two play-off final to keep the miles down next season when the team hits the road. The fact Torquay missed out on promotion, losing to Crewe's opponents - Glocestershire-based Cheletenham Town - in the play-off semi-final and Exeter were ....

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Bring The Beninois

 This year’s African Nations Cup kicks off later today, and fans wanting to follow Argyle defender Reda Johnson and his Benin team mates can do so- British Eurosport and the BBC’s Interactive service will be providing coverage throughout the tournament, hosted this year by Angola. Advertisement   Les Ecrureuils (The Squirrels) are coached by ....

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Summerfield On The Orient Express

  It has been confirmed today that Argyle midfielder Luke Summerfield has joined Leyton Orient on a month’s loan. The 21 year old has started just four times this season as the Greens have struggled and he could now make his Os debut at home to Millwall tomorrow. Article continues below Advertisement He has so far made 60 appearances and scored three goals ....

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Argyle 1 Sheffield Wednesday 3

The pressure is on for the Pilgrims after another defeat. A section of fans were chanting for manager Paul Sturrock to be sacked, and it remains to be seen whether they will get their wish at the hands of the club’s board. Four changes were made as Sturrock looked to shuffle his pack- Alan Gow and Cillian Sheridan starting in attack, Jamie Mackie replacing the injured Karl Duguid and Darcy ....

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It All Stacks Up As Hibs Seek New Keeper

Scottish Premier League outfit Hibernian are chasing out of favour Plymouth goalkeeper Graham Stack. He managed only six appearances following a move from Reading last summer, and new Hibs boss John Hughes is looking for competition for current number one Yves Ma-Kalamby. He told BBC Sport:‘He [Stack] started off at Arsenal and lost his way a bit but he has great distribution, is a great ....

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Newcastle Away On A Tuesday Night?

With the Championship fixture list due out on Wednesday, Argyle fans will be looking forward with some trepidation to what the computer will have in store for them. Promotions and relegations haven't been that kind to out footballing geographical outpost and Sod's Law means that Argyle will end up playing Newcastle away (816 miles round trip) on a Tuesday night in February. Article continues ....

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Saints Must Pay The Penalty To Be Fair To Argyle, Norwich, Forest And Co.

Any euphoria a news of Southampton's impending administration was shortlived for Argyle fans as it emerged that any points deduction may be avoided as it was their 'parent' company which had failed, not the football club itself. Sorry? Have we missed something here? If this is the Football League's interpretation of the rules of the competition there is something wrong. We have nothing against ....

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Argyle Ready For Rovers Challenge

Saturday afternoon sees a trip to South Yorkshire for Argyle, who face Doncaster Rovers in a 3pm kick off at the Keepmoat Stadium. The team news so far for Arygle indicates that it will be a similar selection from Paul Sturrock from last Saturday, although Emile Mpenza and Karl Duguid are absentees through injury. The home side also face injury problems, with loanees Steve Brooker (from Bristol ....

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Argyle Ready For Cardiff Challenge

Tomorrow lunchtime sees the Greens facing a visit from Cardiff City, who currently sit in sixth position in the Championship table. However, their advantage over ninth placed Argyle is a mere three points, so a win for Argyle would lift them from ninth into the playoff positions! On the team news front it appears that Paul Sturrock will stick to the same team which beat Coventry City last ....

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Easter Goes Into The Lions' Den

Argyle striker Jermaine Easter has cut short his loan spell with Millwall and opted to join Colchester United on a similar arrangement until the end of the year. After scoring on his Lions debut against Swindon he featured in a further five games, three times as substitute. He was unable to regain his place in the Millwall attack after his indiscipline and will look to use his switch to Layer ....

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The Green Army’s Newest Foot Soldier Speaks…

April 5, 2008. Another ordinary day... Or so I thought. For that was when Plymouth Argyle entered my life. What started as a birthday surprise - visiting my brother and going to a game - has become a passion. I’m now another soldier in the vast Green Army that calls this particular corner of Devonshire home! The occasion was Charlton Athletic at home, and we took our seats in the ....

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Sturrock Hails His Scots Loan Stars

Anderson's family ties might scupper deal Argyle boss Paul Sturrock has welcome the news that Russell Anderson is staying at the club until the end of the season and hailed the fact both he and Gary Teale have been called up by Scotland for their friendly next week against Croatia. 'I'm very pleased we have got Russell Anderson on loan from Sunderland until the end of the season. His loan could have been extended for another month, but I think the player had to be settled in his mind what ....

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Argyle Face Keeper Crisis After Iron Defeat

Argyle's play off hopes were dealt a double blow at Scunthorpe, as the defeat left the club still outside the top six and looking over their shoulders at the gathering pack behind them, who all picked up useful points, but just as importantly goalkeeper Luke McCormick is suspended for saturday's trip to Ashton Gate leaving Argyle searching for an emergency replacement. The goal which did the damage came after 55 minutes when Ian Morris saw his shot deflect into the net for the struggling side ....

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Argyle Aim To Get Back To Winning Ways

The games are coming thick and fast for Argyle and Tuesday night gives them the perfect chance to bounce back from Saturday's disappointing defeat to Sheffield United at struggling Scunthorpe. If Argyle are to make the play offs, this is the sort of game they have to grind out three points, as the Iron are staring down the barrel of a quick return to League One unless they start getting some points on the board soon. On Saturday Scunthorpe lost the Humber derby 2-0 at Hull - a result ....

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Argyle Aim To Blunt Blackwell's Blades

Argyle look to consolidate their position in the top six of the Championship when they entertain Sheffield United at Home Park on Saturday (3pm). When the fixtures were published back in June most Argyle fans would have expected their side to be underdogs in this game, given that the Blades had been highly unfortunate to slip out of the Premier League on the last day of the season and were short-priced favourites to go straight back up. However, Sheffield United saw long-standing manager Neil ....

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Argyle Look To Get Back To Winning Ways

Argyle look to get their play-off push back on track against bottom of the table Colchester at Home Park on Tuesday night, but will be wary of opponents who seem to be playing better than their results suggest. Colchester were everyone's surprise package last season, but they have struggled for goals this season having seen leading striker join Norwich City. Consequently the Us have frequently matched their more illustrious opponents but ended up out gunned, like they were on saturday in ....

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Baggies Sack Argyle

Argyle have slipped out of the play-off positions to seventh following this three-nil defeat at The Hawthorns. West Brom, meanwhile, keep pace with the teams in the automatic play-off positions.  A dull first-half saw a nervous West Brom unable to outwit a well disciplined but otherwise uninspired Argyle only came to life in the 46th minute when Zoltan Gera was able to score as a result of Jimmy Abdou's woeful defensive play.  The second half started with the Baggies hitting ....

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Argyle News Round Up #1

STURROCK UP FOR AWARD Argye boss Paul Sturrockcould be named the Championship's manager of the month on Thursday . Find out more on the official site. CITY SELL OUT Argyle have already sold their ticket allocation for the crunch promotion clash with Bristol City at Ashton Gate on March 15. Find out more in the Evening Herald COYLE UNHAPPY Burnley boss Owen Coyle was less than impressed at the way his side folded at Home Park on Saturday, although he didn't think his side had the breaks. ....

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Argyle Advance: Pilgrims Fifth After Claret Bashing

Peter Halmosi scored twice as Plymouth Argyle eased themselves firmly into fifth spot of the Championship and remain play-off contenders. Argyle had to endure pressure from Burnley for the first ten minutes, but took the lead in the 11th when a Nalis shot squirmed through Jensen's legs.  The Clarets equalised when O'Connor glanced in following an unchallenged header from Lafferty. Argyle were not deterred by the set-back and played themselves into a half-time lead when Halmosi took ....

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Argyle At A Loss As Gates Continue To Tumble

Declining crowds at Home Park and increased player salaries are a key reason why Argyle have recorded a £700,000 lost in the last financial year and Argyle chairman Paul Stapleton  wants to find ways of attracting more fans back to the ground. Despite having invested significantly in stadium improvements, gates are down around 3,500 on average last season compared to the first season back in the Championship.   And in spite of Argyle’s fine season so far things are not ....

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Argyle Take Sorry Saints To The Cleaners

Argyle’s first victory at Southampton since 1963 and their seventh on the road this season catapulted Paul Sturrock’s men back into the heart of the play—off chase thanks to two goals in three first half minutes.   Peter Halmosi cracked home the first after 31 minutes and then Jim Paterson’s long—range effort sealed a comprehensive victory. If Argyle fans had been concerned Saints might have been up for the fight, seeing as they had a new manager to impress, ....

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Frank Stapleton Pulls No Punches Over Holloway

Argyle Chairman Paul Stapleton has launched an astonishing attack on his former manager Ian Holloway ahead of Saturday’s clash at Leicester. Holloway walked out on Argyle in November to join the Foxes, but Stapleton claims a number of top players could have still been at Argyle, were it not for Holloway’s attitude. According to Stapleton in a statement on the official site: * Holloway said that he was HAPPY for midfielder Akos Buszaky to leave for QPR in October saying he ....

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Relegation? Nah. Argyle Really Are Too Good To Go Down...

Could Argyle really go down? Some pessimistic Argyle websites are suggesting there is at least a possibility of it happening and their unhappiness at current events is shared by other fan representatives in the Herald, but is it really doom-and-gloom?   The case for relegation is a simple one: since October Argyle have lost three key players in David Norris, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Akos Buszaky and their replacements have yet to be tried and tested at Championship level.   Throw in ....

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Chuck Will Not Throw In His Hand At Argyle: Luggy

Argyle boss Paul Sturrock reckons star midfielder David Norris will stay at Home Park, but he has still left him out of the squad for the game with Ipswich on Tuesday.   The Suffolk side have made several bids for the player so far this transfer window and Sturrock felt it best Norris didn’t play in the game.   However, he thinks Norris will not leave the club, despite the fact the player is unhappy at not being allowed to leave.   He said in the Evening Herald: ....

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Norris In Dispute With Argyle

Argyle midfielder David Norris is in open dispute with the club after his transfer request last week was turned down by the board. With Leicester and Ian Holloway waiting in the wings, as well as Ipswich monitoring the situation, Argyle have clearly decided to play hard ball with their asset, whose contract expires in June 2009. Leicester are yet to make a bid, but Ipswich have already seen a £1.75 million offer turned down, although the player is believed to prefer a link up with his old ....

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