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On The Road Again

The Plymouth Herald today reports that Argyle must now choose between Holland and Malta as pre-season bases. Advertisement          Boss Paul Mariner has said that he would choose Holland as it is closer to home and he knows the facilities at the Papendal training camp, which has been used by the Dutch national side and Eredivisie ....

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The Irish Rover

  The Plymouth Herald has today reported that midfielder Alan Judge could be open to offers after being told he can leave Blackburn Rovers. Article continues below Advertisement       It is believed Greens boss Paul Mariner would be keen on bringing him to Home Park on a permanent basis following two successful loan spells.  Discuss this in ....

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Sympathy For The Devils

  According to the Daily Mail, Sir Roy Gardner has also had something to say about the business model of his former club Manchester United. Advertisement           He denied being one of the ' Red Knights' group of businessmen seeking to put together an offer to take the club back from the Glazer family, but admiited he did not see a ' ....

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The Man Who Sold The World?

Club chairman Sir Roy Gardner has today told BBC Radio Devon that Plymouth's bid to be a World Cup host city for the 2018 tournament has not impacted on the Pilgrims season. Article continues below Advertisement          "We've given every attention to the playing side and we have not been distracted. We had to put a lot of effort into becoming ....

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Ani Get Your Shirt

The Plymouth Herald has today reported that Nigerian forward Jeremiah Ani featured as a trialist in Argyle's reserve side's defeat at Reading yesterday afternoon. Advertisement         The player is a free agent after leaving Finnish side Rovaniemen Palloseura, who were relegated from the Veikkausliga last season under coach John Allen, and has also ....

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A Don Deal?

  On loan forward Steven McLean has reportedly told BBC Scotland that he would be open to a permanent move to Pittodrie. Article continues below Advertisement       With five goals to his name since joining on loan from Argyle he has said he would ' definitely consider' staying put, though manager Mark McGhee was quick to state that the club could ....

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Bouncing Back

Club chairman Sir Roy Gardner has told BBC Radio Devon that he believes the club can make a quick return to the Championship following relegation.   Article continues below Advertisement      He said  "I think we need to learn from all of our experiences this season. "It's disappointing, but with one or two additions I think we'll ....

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Mack The Blade?

  Speculation in several Sunday newspapers today links Jamie Mackie with a move to Sheffield United.     Advertisement         He has previously been touted as a target for Derby County and Middlesbrough after impressing this season- he has 16 goals from 102 appearances since moving across Devon from Exeter City in January ....

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Sturrock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Paul Mariner has today paid tribute to his predecessor Paul Sturrock after the confirmation that the Scot was leaving the club. Advertisement       He told the Plymouth Herald that  "He goes as one of the greatest. He has done some fantastic things at this club. He's a great mate of mine, I thank him deeply for asking me to come over ....

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Management Material

The Plymouth Herald today confirms that Paul Sturrock has left Home Park. Article continues below Advertisement        He had been in a business support role after relinquishing managerial control but will now seek a return to the dugout, saying  "While I enjoyed my new role and responsibilities, I am a football manager - that is ....

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Argyle 0 Newcastle United 2

It was a mixed evening at Home Park last night after a defeat for Paul Mariner's men spelt the end of their Championship adventure and enabled their visitors to clinch the title in preparation for a journey back into the Premier League after a season's absence. Two changes were made from the trip to Watford as Carl Fletcher was back from injury for Chris Clark, while Alan Judge replaced Yannick ....

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And The Winner Is.......

  The club website reports today that Argyle have cancelled their supporters end of season awards evening due to lack of interest.  Advertisement      It would have taken place after the final game of the season against Peterborough United on May 2 but chief operating officer Tony Campbell said  "We have had fewer than 15 people showing an ....

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Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye

The Plymouth Herald today confirms that on loan goalkeeper David Stockdale is set to make his final home appearance of the season tonight against Newcastle United. Advertisement         His loan from Fulham will end after Saturday's game at Nottingham Forest and has started every one of the matches played since he arrived at Home Park, ....

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Have A Go Hero

  The Western Morning News today carries an exciting opportunity for all Argyle fans- the chance to play for either the Argyle or Liverpool Legends side on May 3, through an auction on Ebay. Article continues below Advertisement      Match tickets are on sale at £8 for adults and £4 for under-18s. A family ticket (two adults and two ....

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Closing Time

  The Plymouth Herald today confirms the close of the Mayflower terrace at Home Park. Advertisement      It will go ahead at the end of the season, and the club's Chief Operating Officer Tony Campbell said "The decision to close the Mayflower terrace is needed for two reasons. Firstly, to ensure the smooth relocation of supporters from the Mayflower into ....

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Training In Vain

The Plymouth Herald has reported that Argyle's plans to move from their current Harper's Park training base could now have been dashed. Article continues below Advertisement        It had been hoped that a deal would be in place with University College Plymouth Marjon to use facilities at their Derriford campus in time for the build up to ....

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Sinking The Mayflower

    The Herald also reports today that temporary seating in the Mayflower Stand at Home Park may not be rehired by the club next season to cut costs. Article continues below Advertisement     For the past three seasons 3,500 temporary seats have been in place but should they be removed the Football League will not allow them to open the ....

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The £2 Million Question

The Plymouth Herald has revealed today that Argyle could stand to lose £2 million if they are relegated to League One. Their report states that ' The Football League is nearing the end of the first season of a three-year £264m TV contract with Sky Sports and the BBC. Each club in the Championship will receive £2.5m per season for the duration of that lucrative ....

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Does Your Motherwell Know?

Scottish media reports today suggest that the Scottish Premier League has in fact blocked former Pilgrims keeper Kyle Letheren's move to Motherwell. Advertisement        It had been suggested that he had signed a short term deal as cover for the injured John Ruddy, but this was blocked on the grounds that their two youth goalkeepers- Ross ....

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Your Motherwell Should Know

  Scottish media reports today speculate that former Argyle keeper Kyle Letheren has signed a short-term contract with Motherwell. Article continues below Advertisement      The Scottish Premier League side needed goalkeeping cover after John Ruddy suffered a thigh injury and after being assessed by goalkeeping coach Stewart Kerr, ....

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Sturrock And Roll

The Plymouth Herald has reported that former Argyle manager Paul Sturrock is set to leave Home Park. Article continues below Advertisement      He had been working in a business support role since first team control was handed to Paul Mariner in December, and with his contract expiring in the summer he has opted to leave ....

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Survival Of The Fittest

Ahead of a meeting with the London branch of the Plymouth Argyle Supporters Association this evening ( at Ye Olde Swiss Cottage in Finchley Road, North London, for those interested in attending), boss Paul Mariner has called for the Green Army to keep up their support at Watford tomorrow. Advertisement     He called the backing from the stands ' the ....

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I Wanna Be A Hibee

Forward Alan Gow has admitted to the Plymouth Evening Herald that he would like to make his loan move to Hibernian permanent. Advertisement     He has made three starts and three substitute appearances since arriving at Easter Road in February with Hibs fourth in the Scottish Premier League- they face a trip to Hamilton Academicals tomorrow and has ....

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Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth

The club has confirmed that the home game against promoted Newcastle United on April 19 will be the first recorded carbon neutral football match. Article continues below Advertisement      Ecology project management company CarbonLife and energy consultants Independent Utilities will be offering their expertise- with club chairman Sir Roy ....

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School Of Nard Knocks

The Plymouth Herald today reports that former Liverpool and Manchester United youth forward Michael Nardiello is to spend time at Home Park on trial. Advertisement     He had been thought of as a bright prospect from around the age of 14 in United's academy squads but his career has stalled since being released by West Bromwich Albion in 2007 because of ....

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