Plymouth Argyle


Plymouth Argyle chairman Simon Hallett has warned it won’t be ‘business as normal’ in this summer’s transfer window, writes Ollie Young. The club are looking to fight off the financial damage of covid-19 and aren’t willing to throw money at new players. The newly-promoted League One club are therefore aiming to build a squad capable …

Plymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe has revealed that Cornish striking sensation Luke Jephcott spent time on loan at Truro City last term because his pre-season impact wasn’t big enough, before scoring ‘vital goals’ when he returned to Devon, writes Gareth Davies. Reunited with his former Argyle assistant Paul Wotton at Treyew Road, Jephcott, who made …

Plymouth Argyle chairman Simon Hallett has backed Exeter’s quest for promotion which would see the Devon rivals continue to battle in League One next season, writes Ollie Young. After League Two clubs voted to end the 2019-20 season using a weighted points-per game system, the Pilgrims’ automatic promotion was confirmed after they finished third in …

Director of Football, Neil Dewsnip, has praised Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe and his team for their positive attitude despite still not knowing which league they will play in – or even if contracts will be renewed – for next season, writes Tom Howe. It is widely expected that Argyle will return to League One …

Although confusion and conjecture continue to reign, the English Football League (EFL) have moved to clarify a number of key points regarding the coronavirus affected 2019-20 season, writes Tom Howe. On Wednesday, the Board met to discuss matters, including the indicative vote taken by League Two clubs and the League One impasse which both came …

English Football League chairman Rick Parry says changes are needed in order to guarantee the financial security of clubs in the professional football pyramid. In an address made to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee earlier this week, regarding the impact of coronavirus, Parry said that clubs could face a ‘£200m hole’ by September. …

League Two club chiefs remain ‘extremely doubtful’ that football will return this season, The Independent can exclusively reveal. The Football League has been suspended since mid-March over the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, with at least ten fixtures still to play for some clubs in the professional pyramid. Hopes had been expressed last month that teams …

Professional clubs in the West Country are gearing up for a return to football in the coming weeks, with an aim to complete the 2019-20 season, writes Andrew Clayton. The outbreak of covid-19 means that a ball has not been kicked in over a month, and despite the government’s decision to extend the national lockdown …