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Plymouth Argyle youngster Tom Purrington has won Dorchester Town’s player of the month award for December, claiming 44% of the vote.
Before Plymouth Argyle’s match at Carlisle, manager Ryan Lowe was praising his sides efforts to improve their counter-pressing.
The first thing to say is that going into game three of 2020, things are looking rather good at Home Park. In sixth place and with one or two games in hand.
Jephcott will no doubt have more opportunities to impress. If he picks up from where he left off, could he be the goalscorer Argyle have been craving?
Jephcott took his chance with both hands and looked every inch the answer to our scoring problems. He buzzed around the defence, constantly looking for opportunities
As the manic holiday season comes to an end, I finally have some time to play Football Manager as my virtual Pilgrims also enter the year 2020.
Town get accusations of being a ‘one-man-team’, and I understand why people would think that, but that simply hasn’t been the case.
With Argyle experiencing sustained success building the side around his talents, there was no choice but to rank Graham Carey as our best of the decade.
Lighting up League One with some supreme goalscoring for Argyle back in 2010, Bradley Wright-Phillips makes it to 2nd in our best of the decade series.