Opinion

 

Read regular opinion pieces about the fortunes of Plymouth Argyle from our columnists Colin Bradbury and Andy Bartlett, as well as guest writers.


Peter Reid – My Argyle Life

Peter Reid – My Argyle Life

It is a genuine honour to be joined by one of the footballing world’s best players and biggest characters that is former Plymouth Argyle manager, Peter Reid. During Argyle’s struggles through administration, ‘Reidy’ fought for our club; not only funding the heating...

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Argyle Reunited

Argyle Reunited

  Friday was a glorious night for Plymouth Argyle. Under the lights, in front of the cameras, we took down the league leaders to deliver a monumental boost to our survival chances. There are now just three games to go and Argyle are effectively five points clear...

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The Opposition View: Leicester City

The Opposition View: Leicester City

   Unbeaten in the last two - since the second coming of the Dewsnip / Nance managerial partnership - Argyle face Leicester City in the fourth-from-final game of the season on Friday night. The Foxes make the 500 mile round trip looking to further their chances...

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The Opposition View: QPR

The Opposition View: QPR

  Well, here we are again. Another six-pointer. After a much needed win on the road in Rotherham on Friday night, Argyle play host to fellow relegation-battlers QPR under the lights at Home Park on Tuesday. It’s been 20 years since the West London side became our...

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The Opposition View: Rotherham United

The Opposition View: Rotherham United

The relegation battle begins. Six games to go. Foster’s gone. Dewsnip and Nance at the wheel, looking to steady the ship. Of those six games, four are against teams within six points of the relegation zone. First up: Rotherham United. This week I chatted with Matt Lax...

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Sink or Swim?

Sink or Swim?

 Ian Foster has finally been sacked by Plymouth Argyle, and not a moment too soon. In fact, two weeks late. The reasons he needed to go are well documented, but if you want a flavour then consider that he leaves as statistically the second worst Argyle manager of all...

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Tatsuki Usui – My Argyle Life

Tatsuki Usui – My Argyle Life

  Liking, Commenting and Subscribing makes content like this possible! 🇯🇵 We’re delighted to be joined by Tatsuki Usui, better known as Tatsumaki Bones, to talk about his love of Plymouth Argyle FC. Tatsuki isn’t your average Championship football fan, living in...

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Decision Time Is Here

Decision Time Is Here

Why does Ian Foster have to go? Well, if you’re the fan of another team, or if you’re reading this in a decade’s time reminding yourself of some dark period of Argyle’s history, or if you’re just green-tinted enough to need an explanation, here’s why.

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Everyone Makes Mistakes

Everyone Makes Mistakes

Everyone Makes Mistakes, and Plymouth Argyle Have Made a Big One When Ian Foster spoke to the media after Argyle’s 1-0 defeat away at Sheffield Wednesday, he had an opportunity to earn himself some respect from a considerable number of rightly furious supporters. He...

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The Opposition View: Ipswich Town

The Opposition View: Ipswich Town

Ipswich Town are flying high. Currently sitting second in the Championship, level on points with Leeds United, The Blues are on the hunt for their big return to the Premier League, 22 years after being relegated in the 2001/02 season. They will become one of only four...

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