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Release or Retain?

Robert te Loeke Nick: ‘With Michael Cooper already announced as a provisional third choice keeper, it seems unlikely that RTL will last the summer.’ Sam: ‘His performances in the two games he played were patchy to say the least. Coupled with his injury problems, his...

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Lessons Learned: Rochdale.

Argyle without Taylor are impossible to replicate. The fantastic performances of Ryan Taylor are self-evidently impossible to fully replicate for Argyle as the big striker remains out injured. The Northampton and Rochdale games both taught us this lesson: but in...

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Preview: Northampton Town.

A brief introduction. Argyle head into Saturday’s game with Northampton following a scoreless draw against southern counterpart Portsmouth – a result many Argyle fans were happy to see due to the circumstances surrounding the game. After a few midweek games, Adams’...

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Player Ratings: Peterborough.

Kyle Letheren- 6. Upon his return to the side following Remi Matthews becoming a father in the early hours of Saturday morning, Letheren was largely untested in a solid Argyle performance in which the win was fully deserved. He was perhaps caught somewhere in no man's...

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Preview: Scunthorpe.

A brief introduction. After a slip in Argyle’s unbeaten run against Charlton, they were swiftly back to winning ways on what turned out to be an extremely Good Friday, thrashing a helpless Southend team 4-0. April is going to be a real test of Plymouth Argyle’s...

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Final Whistle: Three’s a Crowd

Fantastic. Mesmerizing. Rampant. All words to describe Plymouth Argyle as they thundered to a 4-0 win over Southend at Home Park for what was their highest win of the season so far. The three points also coupled with a return to the League One play-off positions at...

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Lessons Learned: Charlton Athletic.

Nobody is infallible. Nobody can deny that Derek Adams managerial stock is sky high at the moment. He has taken Argyle to a position where they could be able to get promoted to the Championship this season with a budget that is surely amongst the lowest in the league....

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Preview: Charlton Athletic.

A brief introduction Argyle’s first few games in March have been a little less convincing in comparison to their previous form, however the unbeaten run continues and now stretches to 8 games with 7 wins from the eight. With a game in hand over Scunthorpe, and the...

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