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  • Substitutions telling in Plymouth Argyle's 1-0 win against Northampton

    By Plymouth Herald at 05:30 on 04/11/13
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    PLYMOUTH ARGYLE manager John Sheridan has come in for a lot of criticism this season, and not without good reason at times. So, credit where credit is due, for his telling substitutions in the win against Northampton Town at Home Park on Saturday. The first did not come until the 76th minute, with the teams deadlocked at 0-0. Argyle defender Guy Branston had been given a difficult time by Northampton's Luke Norris and Chris Hackett...
  • Pilgrims struggle to create clear-cut chances as they battle out dour draw

    By Western Morning News at 07:00 on 23/10/13
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    PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 0 NEWPORT COUNTY 0 at Home Park Plymouth Argyle's long wait for a win continued as they battled out a dour 0-0 draw with Newport County at Home Park on Tuesday night. It is now eight games in all competitions since the struggling Pilgrims last tasted victory. Argyle lacked attacking cohesion and struggled to create many chances, although at least they did keep a clean sheet for only the fourth time this season....
  • Green Barmy with Gordon Sparks

    By Plymouth Herald at 05:30 on 19/10/13
    OLD STYLE:  The original floodlights at Home Park as seen from behind the Devonport End
    IN TRACING the changes to Home Park through the ages, this page has reflected in recent weeks how the 1950s saw numerous improvements as the long project to rejuvenate Plymouth Argyle's stadium continued after the Second World War. The new headquarters of the supporters' club opened its doors on Wednesday, November 5, 1958. A non-match day, it was decided to open the office for an hour each Wednesday evening as it was impossible for...
  • Jones on mark as Raleigh open account

    By Plymouth Herald at 05:30 on 18/10/13
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    PREMIER DIVISION Students Union…0 HMS Raleigh…1 RALEIGH recorded their first win of the season in a rearranged game at Spickernell. The only goal came when an attempted back pass by a Union defender allowed Raleigh's Jones to intercept and run around the goalkeeper to slot home. University IV…3 Marjon …0 UNIVERSITY robbed Marjon of their 100 per cent record at Staddiscombe. Matt Lawrie, with a brace,...
  • Tavistock boss Lewis happy to be the underdog against Truro tomorrow

    By Plymouth Herald at 05:30 on 18/10/13
    IN THE MIDDLE:  Ben Watts goes for a gap during Ivybridge's 37-7 win against Wellington at Cross-in-Hand
    TAVISTOCK will be going into their home match with Truro tomorrow (2.30pm) without the tag of underdogs for the first time this season, said head coach Mike Lewis. The moorlanders, who stayed within touching distance of the relegation zone for much of last season, are in much better shape these days. Tavvy's first six games have seen them win two and draw one, a points haul which has left them in 10th place so far. This time last...

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