Plymouth Argyle


OSCAR THRELKELD has re-joined Plymouth Argyle on loan from top Belgian side Waasland-Beveren. The 24-year-old, who can play in defence or midfield, left Home Park last summer to move to Europe on a three-year deal having made 96 appearances for the Pilgrims. However, he has found regular first team football hard to come by at …

GREG WYLDE has left Plymouth Argyle after he and the club came to a mutual agreement to end his contract with immediate effect. The 27-year-old Scottish winger, who was in his second spell at Home Park, will now be able to try and find a new club for the remainder of the 2018-19 campaign. Wylde …

PLYMOUTH Argyle will entertain either Oxford United or Forest Green Rovers in the Emirates FA Cup second round after the draw was made on Monday night. Meanwhile, if Bristol Rovers can overcome Barnet in a reply they will host Stockport County. There are two all-League One ties as 2008 Cup winners Portsmouth travel to Rochdale …

PLYMOUTH Argyle striker Freddie Ladapo has been named the Sky Bet League One Player of the Month for October. The 25 year-old scored six goals and set up another two to hold off stiff competition from fellow League One players Adebayo Akinfenwa, of Wycombe Wanderers, Oxford United goalkeeper Simon Eastwood and Gilligham’s Tom Eaves. Sky …

PLYMOUTH Argyle will be looking to make it five wins in a row when they head to Oxford United on Saturday (kick-off 3.00pm). Tuesday’s 4-2 victory over AFC Wimbledon has thrust Derek Adams’ side into eighth place in the League One table and now they face an Oxford side still without a permanent manager following …

Plymouth Argyle ended 2017 with a remarkable 2-1 win at Cardiff City to reach the third round of the FA Women’s Premier League Cup. Top scorer Natasha Knapman took her season’s tally to 37 when scoring the second goal after Becky Atkins had given the Pilgrims the lead. Argyle have now beaten Premier League Southern …

Plymouth Argyle’s away fans are renowned for being some of the most devoted in the country, and now they have received national recognition for their efforts. A new survey has revealed they will pay more to follow their side over the Christmas period than the supporters of any other League team. The Green Army will …

It took until extra-time for Plymouth Argyle to clinch a SSE FA Cup victory at Gillingham, 3-1, thanks to goals from Zoe Cunningham, Natasha Knapman and Ezme Wells. Argyle travelled to Kent last Saturday for the 510-mile round trip to ensure the players were fresh ahead of Sunday’s clash. Unfortunately the Pilgrims face a huge …