Read regular opinion pieces about the fortunes of Plymouth Argyle from our columnists Colin Bradbury and Andy Bartlett, as well as guest writers.
Mayflower Musings: What Next, then?
Given how good recruitment has been in recent years it’s going to be particularly intriguing to watch just how good some of next season’s newbies will be
Mayflower Musings: Time To Be Ruthless
t. If Argyle want to go into that league and have some level of success (survival might be what we look at initially) then it is unfortunately time to be ruthless with the playing squad, and that means saying goodbye to some treasured and popular players at Home Park.
The Morning After The Night Before
Being a Plymouth Argyle fan, it’s safe to say I haven’t developed much of a pre-cup final routine! Yet, as the big day slowly loomed, I found myself adopting new habits and rituals, all in great hope and expectation of finally seeing Argyle lift silverware at Wembley....
From Leipzig with Love
Departing beautiful Devon around 20 years ago, aged 11, with spells in New Zealand, Scotland and now Germany, travelling from afar to watch the Greens has become the norm. Living in New Zealand between 2006-12 certainly had its inconveniences following Argyle. The...
The Championship: Are We Ready?
The train journey back from East Anglia to the Westcountry provides a long period for thought. Portman Road’s floodlights - that have just illuminated Norwich City loanee Bali Mumba’s 93rd minute equaliser - are still visible from the platform and so the monotonous...
The First Test of Hallett’s Ownership?
A lot has happened since August 2018 when Simon Hallett assumed overall control of Plymouth Argyle. We are into the third manager of Hallett’s tenure following Derek Adams and Ryan Lowe, the trust and loyalty shown by the chairman towards Steven Schumacher is truly...
Argyle would have had a much better chance of winning the game had they stuck to their principles and refused to be drawn into a brawl. It will not come as a spoiler that they did, in fact, lose their heads.
American Investment in Argyle
If you’re anything like me, your heart would have skipped a beat earlier today. Seeing the words “club statement” feature in a tweet from Argyle with no further context is enough to send anyone’s head into a spin. Things have seemed so serene off the pitch in recent...
How should we feel?
The dramatic win over Gillingham hasn’t healed the city’s wounds from Thursday night. But maybe that healing process has found its beginning.
Lessons From England
Let’s take a look at some key pillars of Southgate’s managerial creed and see how Lowe’s Argyle could do well to follow them.
Competition & Cooper
The signing of Callum Burton from Cambridge will provide timely competition after his surprise release from Mark Bonner’s side.
Top 5: Fixtures to look out for
Plymouth Argyle’s fixtures for the 2021-22 season were released this morning. We’ve picked out a few that are worth keeping an eye on.