Fans will be back, Chanting will be back, mass celebrations will be back. The Argyle experience will be back in every way that matters.
Monday night saw Plymouth Argyle come out the hat as ball number one as they drew Premier League opponents Sheffield United.
When you see the gulf between Canavan and the others, it does become difficult to dispute that he was at the very least competent.
I thought it was about time to look back on some of the targets I had for existing Argyle players at the start of the season.
Things look bleak. But that doesn’t mean they will be this entire season. It might be hard to to believe, but this can be turned around.
The draw for the First Round of the FA Cup takes place tonight. Below we’ve picked out five clubs of interest who could be drawn against Argyle.
Many previous promotions have been built on the back of having a strong defence, but if you can’t score, it will not get you far.
There is no question that their start to the season has been awful, but there are questions over where it has gone wrong for a side so many expected to do well?
Fans of the Tractor Boys felt they had very little to be excited about coming into this season, yet five games in they are now top of the league.
Their signings looked good, their squad looked good, but they’ve lost three of their opening four games and sit 21st in the table.
The transfer window is still open. We’ve cast our eye over the loan signings who are potentially available to Plymouth Argyle.
The atmosphere around the club is not a good one, and the pressure to get results will only increase game by game.