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Plymouth Argyle weathered an early storm – nay, hurricane – to emerge unscathed and eventually claim all three points against a very wasteful Mansfield.
Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe has given an update on injuries to his squad ahead of this weekends match against Mansfield Town at Home Park.
If you enjoyed the earlier edition…Welcome to the end of season finale. Can I get Argyle straight back up to League One on Football Manager 2020?
After a interesting transfer window, it’s time to see if the new signings have what it takes to get us promoted from League Two as we approach the end.
I was worried by Coughlan’s lack of experience in management and still am, but I’ve seen much more promise and believe that next season will be far better.
It’s been a while since our last podcast, with much changing since the beginning of December and Argyle storming into the promotion picture.
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.