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Granted, Whittaker isn’t a totally ‘new’ signing. But could his previous achievements at Argyle be a precursor to some future successes?
Plymouth Argyle have made their fourth signing of the transfer window, and it’s the first to truly knock me for six.
Argyle must have had a profile in mind when lining up defenders this summer. Gibson appears to be a remarkably similar player to Pleguezuelo.
I have no doubt Kesler-Hayden will at least attempt to match Mumba’s style of play. But matching his outputs will be difficult.
How Pleguezuelo adapts to the English second tier will be decisive. He has all the ingredients to be a terrific signing. We’ll soon find out.
Peterborough away always feels like it’ll be tricky, but there are reasons to believe Argyle can take the three points.
It was a hard fought point at Bolton, which extends Argyle’s lead over third place to seven points. The home side probably had the better of the game but had very little in the way of clear cut chances, mostly due to great defending from the greens. A big game awaits...
On a chilly Friday evening in December, it was a frosty reception which greeted the full time whistle as the green’s slumped to their first league defeat at home, here’s how the players are rated: Michael Cooper – 6: Perhaps would be disappointed at the second goal...
Since I started writing these previews, I’ve found this the hardest game to predict. Because this fixture could throw up any scoreline.
It’s time for Plymouth Argyle to find a response. Don’t get me wrong, the start to this season has been generally delightful; you’d have to be a bit of a masochist not to be pleased with 41 points after 17 games. But after the trauma of losing 5-1, and indeed having...
Well, well, well. Another 5-1 defeat - hello darkness, my old friend. I was ‘lucky’ enough to be on the player ratings for that defeat to Charlton too and I can see some huge similarities; a strong starting 11, big hype (mainly from last season’s FA Cup run still...
Can Argyle pick up the win at Blundell Park? Well, given they remain the highest-ranked side in the draw, they’ll certainly start as favourite