Winners and Losers: AFC Wimbledon.

Winners and Losers: AFC Wimbledon.

Winner: David Fox. Another assured performance from David Fox who did all the simple things right as he often does. His passing was excellent with his wise decision-making to utilise the short pass when necessary well complimented by his ability to go for a killer...
Winners and Losers: Shrewsbury.

Winners and Losers: Shrewsbury.

Winner: Jamie Ness. Ness’ progress since coming back into the team a month ago has been remarkable. The news that it would be he rather than a new signing who would replace Toumani Diagouraga in the Argyle first team was not met with joy by Argyle fans as much...
Winners and Losers: Wigan

Winners and Losers: Wigan

Winner: Graham Carey. Argyle’s talisman once again put in a superb performance in the game, showing that he is right up there with the best of Wigan’s players who are currently top of the league. Whilst Argyle played well as a team, it was clear that in...
Lessons Learned: Doncaster

Lessons Learned: Doncaster

Argyle miss the calming influence of Toumani Diagouraga in midfield. Not a surprise really, but something that became even more evident following the game against Doncaster. One of the many good things about Diagouraga during his 15 match spell with the club is that...
Owner Ordeal: The Football Business

Owner Ordeal: The Football Business

Those dedicated Pilgrims who made the trip to Blackpool may have noticed that there weren’t many home fans in attendance. Trekking to a seaside resort town on a dismal December afternoon isn’t many people’s idea of a good time. Alas, the poor stewardship of the Oyston...
Winners & Losers: Gillingham

Winners & Losers: Gillingham

Winner: Ryan Taylor Taylor’s return to the starting line-up was welcomed by Argyle on Saturday as the team came out victorious, winning 2-1. Although Taylor did not get on the scoresheet himself, it was clear for all to see throughout the ninety minutes how the Greens...
Editorial: Time To Kill The Checkatrade Trophy

Editorial: Time To Kill The Checkatrade Trophy

EDITORAL Time to Kill the Checkatrade Trophy Sam Down, Analysis, Editoral 29 November 2017 Last night, a football match took place between Yeovil Town and Plymouth Argyle at Huish Park which Yeovil won by two goals to one. Argyle subsequently were eliminated from the...
Post-Match Analysis: Portsmouth

Post-Match Analysis: Portsmouth

Like many of those who were unable to attend this weekend’s latest incarnation of the brewing rivalry between Argyle and Pompey, the weekend highlights packages I watched and the online reactions I digested suggested that the affair was relatively one sided. Pompey a...
Ones To Watch: Portsmouth

Ones To Watch: Portsmouth

Jamal Lowe A name that might not be that familiar with most Argyle fans, Jamal Lowe joined Portsmouth last season from Hampton and Richmond Borough and immediately established himself as a fan favourite, injecting more speed into what was perceived to be a slow front...
Winners & Losers: Northampton Town

Winners & Losers: Northampton Town

Winner: Antoni Sarcevic The return of Argyle’s number 7 to the midfield was vital to the performance that Argyle delivered in what turned out to be a routine win over Northampton. Though the results have vastly picked up since the Shrewsbury game, not many Argyle fans...
Ones to Watch: Northampton Town

Ones to Watch: Northampton Town

Matt Grimes Embed from Getty Images Matt Grimes will be a name familiar to many Argyle fans. The 22 year old may have joined Northampton on a season-long loan from Premier League side Swansea City, however, he is far better known in these parts for his time with...
Winners and Losers – Oxford United

Winners and Losers – Oxford United

Following Argyle’s 4-0 defeat to Oxford United, Aly Whiting assess the winners and losers from a damaging defeat:   Loser: Derek Adams Adams stuck with the same system that has delivered an uptake in results over the last six games, however following...
Tactical Briefing: Oxford United

Tactical Briefing: Oxford United

Predicted Line-Up Oxford arrive in Plymouth with both sides having underperformed against expectations thus far. Though Oxford lost several key players this summer – Dunkley, Maguire, Lundstram and Johnson – they signed well and have a better squad than last season,...
The Season So Far

The Season So Far

Argyle started the 2017/18 season in a mood of cautious optimism. Yes, it was true that some fans were disillusioned with the somewhat attritional style of football that won our promotion and there had not been any real star quality that had been added to the squad:...