Plymouth Argyle started the season playing a possession-based style but, when results tailed off, Ryan Lowe forsook it in favour of a territorial approach.
Though Clarke boasts a very impressive record of a goal every three games at League One level, he arrives at Home Park with something to prove.
If you are looking for the player best suited to take over from Joe Riley at right wing-back then Antoni Sarcevic may be the best solution.
Ryan Lowe really wasn’t kidding when he said that George Cooper can play “left wing-back, right wing-back, anywhere across the middle three.”
If Baxter gets close to his Sheffield heights, then Lowe has got some player. If he hits his those heights, we’ve probably got the best in the division.
With his speed and dribbling, Byron Moore offers something relatively unique to Argyle’s strike force that will be important across the season.
One of the most exciting aspects of McFadzean arrival is the relationship he was able to strike up with Danny Mayor to create chances for Bury last season.
Telford has averaged a goal every 183 minutes, just over one every other game. This is despite the fact that 60% of his appearnces have come from the bench.
Despite Bury’s attacking style, Aimson remained relatively error free throughout the season. He appears to have been one of their most reliable defenders.
In Mayor’s last two years in League Two, he has won promotion twice, been in the team of the year twice, been nominated for the league’s player of the year award twice and won it once.
At his best, Edwards is a great reader of the game, knowing when to press, timing his tackles well, composed in possession and leading his team vocally.
The kindling is stacked, it just requires a spark. And then, who knows? For many clubs and communities, finance shall be the end of football.