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A tweet this morning from journalist Alan Nixon has appeared to indicate that Plymouth Argyle could be in for something of a windfall.
Yesterday saw an eagle eyed member of the Green Army spot Plymouth Argyle’s latest (and most probably final) pre-season friendly arranged.
The race for Home Park has finally been run with the expected appointment of former Bury boss Ryan Lowe being announced today.
Lowe may have potentially agreed or even signed a deal with Argyle, but other legal factors could still be causing problems.
A tea time announcement from reliable journalist Pete O’Rourke has given the Green Army a strong sense of hope as the end of the managerial hunt nears.
The reasoning to the market being suspended does not seem to be known, yet questions must be raised as to why someone would place such a large scale bet.
This statement concerned a lot of the Green Army but we must ask ourselves the question, would he really say he was joining Argyle live on national TV?
The Bury chairman appears to be relatively out of the loop as his statement lacks any inside knowledge that we have not already become accustomed with.
With an announcement of some sort expected tomorrow we will know very shortly who will be at the wheel for the beginning of the 2019/20 campaign.
In a Q&A last night, Simon Hallett confirmed that interviews had taken place with a series of managers and that location was an issue for some.
In the latest update regarding the vacancy at Plymouth Argyle, it appears Ryan Lowe is struggling to make up his mind about a move to the south coast.