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Kevin Heaney has today told the Non-League Daily of his commitment to Truro City.       "My only focus is Truro City as it has been for the past seven years.    "My only role at Argyle is as an advisor on the property side of the proposed deal. I was approached a couple of months ago asking if I could help and I was delighted to do so.    "I have ....

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The Hearts Of The Matter

Former Argyle midfielder Kari Arnason is to join Hearts on trial in a bid to seal a move to Tynecastle, Football365 today reports.       "Eggert Jonsson knows him and he comes well recommended by the likes of John Blackley.   "The owner has been good enough to allow us to bring him over and we'll have a close look at him over the next seven days.   "His ....

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Power Play?

Acting chairman Peter Ridsdale has today released a statement in reaction to an article in the Plymouth Herald.       It reads- "This morning, June 25, 2011, the Plymouth Herald attributes opinions regarding Paul Buttivant and his assertion with regard to my role in the administration process and the selection of the preferred bidder.   "I have met Mr Buttivant once. ....

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Question Time

Interested fans will get the chance to learn more of the proposed takeover deal for the club in a special meeting of the Argyle Fans Trust from 7pm on Monday evening, in Plymouth's Lower Guildhall.       Acting chairman Peter Ridsdale, administrator Brendan Guilfoyle, and Plymouth City Council leader Vivien Pengelly will be in attendance- Trust chairman Chris Webb has said ....

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Bishop Heaney

An offshore company, Bishop International Limited, is the preferred bidder for Argyle, according to a report by the Plymouth Herald.        The Gibraltar-based firm is believed to be a venture established by Truro City chairman Kevin Heaney and as-yet unnamed associates, though he has insisted his is only an advisory role- the consortium is believed to want to build a new ....

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Back In The Ussr-gyle

Truro City chairman Kevin Heaney tried to buy Argyle in March through a company in the name of his Russian girlfriend, registered at former club chairman Paul Stapleton's accountancy practice, the Western Morning News reports.       He is rumoured to be advising the mystery consortium close to purchasing the Pilgrims, and has said  "It's up to the consortium whether they ....

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The Style Council

Plymouth City Council leader Vivien Pengelly has ruled out the sale of public land to the mystery consortium believed to be close to buying Argyle.        "They know loud and clear that whatever happens in Central Park has to stay within the Local Development Framework (LDF). We all want to see a new stadium there but we won't have any old monstrosity built in Central ....

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Bon Anniversaire

A special club crest to mark the 125th anniversary of the formation of the club has been unveiled today.       The Pilgrims were officialy founded in 1886 as Argyle FC, and played its first match against Caxton on October 16 of that year- losing 2-0- before turning professional and adopting their current name upon joining the Southern League in 1903, beating West Ham United 2-0 ....

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The Emperor's New Clothes?

  Former board members are seeking to return to Home Park as acting chairman Peter Ridsdale looks to put together a new infrastructure, according to the Plymouth Herald.        But in a statement, Ridsdale himself has said  "I've said that if any of the previous directors were involved I would walk away and I stand by that. Some have asked me if there's any ....

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Conflict Of Interest?

Acting chairman Peter Ridsdale has today clarified Truro City chairman Kevin Heaney's involvement with the planned takeover at Home Park.         Acting chairman Peter Ridsdale has today clarified Truro City chairman Kevin Heaney's involvement with the planned takeover at Home Park.  "There has been speculation that Kevin Heaney, a property developer from Cornwall, ....

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Out Through The In Door?

Midfielder Kari Arnason and forward Rory Patterson have been told by Argyle that they are free to seek new clubs, reports the Western Morning News.         "We have given him [Arnason] permission to go on a free transfer.   "He's looking for a club in Iceland to the best of my knowledge. I have told him he can do pre-season training elsewhere.", acting chairman ....

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Facing Off

Administrator Brendan Guilfoyle and acting chairman Peter Ridsdale will meet with supporters at an open meeting of the Argyle Fans Trust on Monday evening, according to the Plymouth Herald.         Trust vice-chairman Lee Jameson met with businessman Paul Buttivant in London yesterday, also encountering Kevin Heaney who claimed to be in the capital to meet with ....

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Boxing Dinner

The club's official website today reports that Argyle's Boxing Day clash at Bristol Rovers will kick off at noon.     It will be the seventh time the two sides have met in a festive fixture.....

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Target Practise

Manager Peter Reid is actively looking to bring new signings to Home Park, the Plymouth Herald today reports.       This is despite off-pitch drama over a proposed takeover of the club-  "I do hope to have some players signed by then, I have got to say that.   "There are a lot of footballers who are out of contract, and there are a few I had on my list who have ....

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Voyage Of The Dame-d?

Huddersfield Town's planned permanent move for on-loan Argyle midfielder Damien JOhnson has hit difficulties, according to the Huddersfield Daily Examiner.       The player made just 23 appearances prior to a knee injury which prematurely ended his season, and Terriers chief executive Nigel Clibbens has said “We have held initial talks with Plymouth and we are ....

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A Work In Progress

  Acting chairman Peter Ridsdale has conceded that there is a lot of work to be done ahead of the big League Two kick-off against Shrewsbury Town on August 6.         "The amount that needs to be done is just unbelievable.   "I have no kit at the moment, I haven't sold any advertising and we don't have any sponsors. We haven't got season tickets on sale ....

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Hey Big Spenders?

  Lead administrator Brendan Guilfoyle concluded a deal for Argyle to be bought out of administration at talks in London last night, the Western Morning News has today reported.        "There has been a desire from everybody to get this deal done and a recognition that time is ticking and we need to get on with it. They [the bidders] are ready to do it. It is a ....

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Skills To Pay The Bills?

Plymouth Argyle club staff have been told that they may never receive a percentage of their unpaid wages, the Western Morning News today reports.     "The mood at the moment is one of worry, because I've been honest with them. I can't guarantee at this stage that they will be given 100 per cent of the money they are owed." said acting chairman Peter Ridsdale after a meeting with ....

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Climbing The Summit

The Argyle Fans Trust are seeking a summit meeting to discuss the future of the club in the wake of recent developments.       "It seems we face a situation where the preferred bidder wants to hold the Council over a barrel whilst attempting to maintain anonymity," Webb said. "If the consortium have nothing to hide, then why the secrecy? Supporters and residents of the city ....

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Departure Timar

Following his release by Argyle, former Pilgrims defender Kristian Timar is being linked with a move to Aberdeen.       Speculation on the club's Vital Football site suggests that unnamed clubs in League Two and Hungary are also monitoring the situation- after 91 appearances and five goals since an initial loan move to Home Park from Ferencvaros in January 2007.....

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The Fallon Of The House Of Rory?

New Zealand's Radio Sport today speculates that Rory Fallon is set to leave Argyle.       With his contract at Home Park running down, he has been linked with a move to Bristol Rovers- but sources close to the player claim that he is looking for a move to a Championship side. ....

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Mystery Solved?

  The club has today released a statement with regard to the speculation around the preferred bidder for the club.         It reads- ' There has been much speculation with regard to the identity and structure of 'The Irish Consortium' who are the preferred bidders for 'Plymouth Argyle Football Company Limited'( in Administration).   Recent speculation has ....

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Council Of The Wise?

Administrator Brendan Guilfoyle's preferred bidders for the club, a group of Irish property developers, are set for talks with Plymouth City Council today.       The preferred bidders agreed a £1million-plus 'exclusivity' deal with administrators that locks rival bidders out of the talks.   But their first instalment was two weeks late and the next, thought to be ....

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Turning The Shrew

The Pilgrims will start life in League Two with a trip to Shrewsbury Town, the club's official website today reports.     For fans of statistics, Argyle's 2001-02 Division Three title-winning campaign kicked off against the same opposition.....

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Thrown To The Lions

The club's official website today reports that the Pilgrims will face Millwall at home in this season's Carling Cup first round.       The tie is to be played in the week commencing August 8. ....

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