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It’s going to be a while before we see Plymouth Argyle back at Home Park, so we decided to revisit the play-off victory against Portsmouth in 2016.
It’s not even December yet, but I feel like a whole season has gone by. We’ve definitely been treated to a season worth’s wonder goals.
If we do not grant ourselves the right to draw happiness from a game close to our hearts during this sombre time, when on Earth can we?
With Plymouth Argyle’s season is officially over, five of our writers make arguments for who should be named the club’s Player of the Season.
It’s 2006, Argyle are third in the Championship after the first couple months of the season and we are looking good going forward, no one in this league scares me.
Welcome back to 2006, where I have taken over the reigns at Argyle in the Championship in my attempts to change history
With the days merging into one and football’s future still up in the air due to the coronavirus outbreak. it’s time to heat up the time machine and step back into a world long since passed.
More fundamentally, was a three-week postponement of EFL fixtures the right decision? My answer would be unequivocally, ‘yes’.
The EFL and Premier League have announced that all professional football will be suspended in England and Wales until at least April 3rd.