Plymouth Argyle


Rochdale manager Keith Hill was full of praise for the Plymouth Argyle fans after yesterday’s 1-1 draw at Home Park. Hill made 123 league appearances for the Pilgrims between 1992 and 1996 as a defender and remains a popular figure with the Green Army. “There were 8,000 home supporters there today and you have got …

“GC!10 is back” exclaimed my Plymouth Argyle-loving friend on Twitter just after half an hour of Tuesday night’s 1-1 draw at Blackburn Rovers. I am sure that was a sentiment that crossed the lips of many members of the Green Army that evening as Graham Carey fired in a stunning long-range goal for the second …

Plymouth Argyle will be out for revenge when they travel to Buckland Athletic in the Devon Cup County today. The Pilgrims suffered a shock 4-2 defeat at the hands of Buckland in the same competition last year, when Buckland went on to lift the trophy, defeating Marine Academy Plymouth in the final. Argyle go into …

It does not get any easier for beleaguered Plymouth Argyle, with a home game against surprise Sky Bet One leaders Shrewsbury Town to ‘look forward to’ this Saturday (3.00 pm). Paul Hurst’s team are two points clear at the top of the table, and they will be licking their lips at the prospect of playing …

A former Sunderland and Middlesbrough triallist has signed apprentice forms at Plymouth Argyle. Andrew Burn is a defender from Gateshead, who played football throughout his school years at Cardinal Hume Secondary. A midfielder for Gateshead, he switched to his local team, Leam Rangers, at 15 and was encouraged to play as a centre back. Burn …

Last nights Devon Derby ended with a close result. Exeter City went ahead twice in the match but there Devon rivals kept fighting. Both teams can take a number of positives from the match, with a number of fringe players giving manager Paul Tisdale plenty of food for thought. Paul Tislade made eight changes to the …

A number of members from the Football Cafe and the Senior Advisors have been present at recent under-18s matches that have been played at Home Park. The group have been superbly looked after by chairman James Brent’s personal assistant, Anne Smith, who is a regular supporter of the Greens. One of the leading lights in …

Tonights night’s Checkatrade Trophy match between arch-Devon rivals Plymouth Argyle and Exeter City at Home Park (7.45 pm) has been given added spice, if it really needed it, by the two clubs’ respective League positions. There is always a sense of eager anticipation when the Pilgrims and Grecians meet, regardless of the competition, and I …