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Pfa Panic

Gordon Taylor, the head of the Professional Footballers Association, has today spoken of his ' concern' for the future of Argyle.       "We will be helping where there is a need. That's our job.   "But, obviously, that can't go on forever. We need the club to find a lifeline.   "The situation is getting serious. We are seeing what we can do to help in the hope ....

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Saint Stephens

Jack Stephens is poised to sign a four year professional contract at Southampton, the Plymouth Herald has reported.     He will have a medical at St Mary's today, after Argyle agreed an initial £145,000 transfer fee with the Saints and the player made a visit to view the club's facilities- manager Peter Reid has said  "He's a young boy just starting his career. He has ....

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Taking A Pounding

Businesses owed money by Argyle are to be offered a settlement of 1p in the pound, the Plymouth Herald reports.     There is believed to be around £9 million of unsecured debts owed to former directors and their associates, with £2 million in mortgages- the hunt for a buyer for the club continues.....

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Heanous Crime?

The Western Morning News today reports that Kevin Heaney has backed out of a bid to buy Argyle.        This leaves a mystery bidder, believed to be entrepreneur James Brent, in pole position.....

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Trust Issues?

The Argyle Fans Trust has today released the following statement in response to the news that Kevin Heaney is rumoured to be the preferred bidder for the club- 'The Interim Steering Committee (ISC) of the Argyle Fans' Trust notes with some alarm that the reported principal bidder for Plymouth Argyle Football Club, Kevin Heaney, who is backed, apparently, by money from Japan, has property ....

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Jack In The Box?

  TalkSport today speculates that Everton, Newcastle United, and Southampton have joined the race to sign Jack Stephens.       He has already turned down a proposed move to Fulham.....

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A Hard Day's Night?

The Western Morning News today reports that the club has just two days to solve a debt dispute.      Negotiations are believed to be ongoing with two interested parties to buy the Pilgrims out of administration, but neither is willing to part with any money until the stand-off is resolved- an independent property valuer has been called in to ascertain the true value of Home ....

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Roving Rory?

Rory Fallon has turned down a loan move to Bristol Rovers, the Plymouth Herald today reports.        'I'm not going anywhere – not while the club are in trouble', he is believed to have told manager Peter Reid, who had been instructed by adminstrator Brendan Guilfoyle that the club needed the proposed loan fee- : "I'd been told on the phone by the administrator, ....

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Walk The Line

Argyle face another court hearing unless a dispute with former chairman Sir Roy Gardner and ex-director Keith Todd can be resolved.     It centres on mortgages taken out on Home Park by their company Mastpoint.....

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Ful Of Hope

Jack Stephens has turned down a proposed move to Fulham, the Plymouth Herald reports.        Manager Peter Reid has said  “Jack has turned down Fulham. He told me it was a superb set-up there and he had enjoyed having a look around, but he wanted to stay at Argyle and carry on his football education with us.”- this follows a four day visit to the ....

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Truro Stories

Property tycoon Kevin Heaney, owner of Truro City FC, has today denied rumours that he is interested in making a bid to buy Argyle.     A Cornwall-based businessman is speculated to be the ' preferred bidder' of administrator Brendan Guilfoyle, though talks are believed to have reached a stalemate over the value of Home Park.....

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Hit The Road Jack?

Argyle youngster Jack Stephens could be set for a move to Fulham, the Plymouth Herald today reports.        The seventeen year old midfielder is believed to have travelled to London yesterday with father Paul to see the set-up at Craven Cottage, with the Cottagers believed to have agreed an initial £125,000 transfer fee with the Pilgrims.....

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Step Inside This House

A report in the Plymouth Herald today suggests that Argyle's potential new owners are property developers, though not fans of the club.        “Their motives seem to surround property development. I’m not in the fortunate position where I’ve been able to find a group of high-wealth individuals who are also fans of the club.”, administrator Brendan ....

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Waxing Lyrical

Argyle's Vital Football site has today reported that a fan is to undergo a leg waxing to raise funds for club staff.        ' Pontypoolgreen' of the Argyle fan site PASOTI will be in the Business Lounge at Home Park before Saturday's Euro 2012 qualifier against Wales as part of the Greens Taverners package event, with all profits going to a club staff fund. ....

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The Promise

The Western Morning News today reports that the club has secured the promise of funding from a mystery bidder.        “The funding issue has always been huge, and we’re limping along at the moment. There comes a point in time where we might have to recognise we can’t rescue the club, [but] I’ve got someone who is telling me they have got a clear ....

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Hammer To Fall

Tickets are still available for the Sporting Memorabilia Auction on March 24, the club's official website reports.        This will all be hosted by David Fitzgerald, with an after dinner talk by manager Peter Reid and items including Reid's 1986 FA Cup final medal, a ball signed by the Santos team that played at Home Park in 1973, a signed Gordon Banks glove,  the ....

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Argyle's Vital Football site today reports that Paul Stapleton has left Home Park.       It brings to an end a topsy-turvy thirteen year spell taking in roles as both a club director and chairman, though it is believed he resigned as a director of Plymouth Argyle Football Company ( Holdings) Limited in February.  ....

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Phantom Of The Boardroom

The Plymouth Herald has today reported that an announcement is due on a preferred bidder for Argyle.         Adminstrator Brendan Guilfoyle was said to be confident that everything would go to plan, but added  “If we can’t get funding by today we stand in a very difficult position.  My principal aim is to make sure this football club survives, but ....

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New Saints Day

The Southern Daily Echo today reports that their trip to Argyle has been moved to May 2.       Kick off will be at 3pm over the May bank holiday.....

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Leader Of The Pack

The Plymouth Herald has today reported that a ' front runner' has been selected in the race to buy the club out of administration.          “We are now negotiating funding with someone.   “There is one bidder that seems to be moving at a pace to conclude agreements on funding, and it looks as though they are prepared to fund the club going ....

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Affinity Over

A report in the Plymouth Herald today confirms that Affinity Sports Finance has pulled out of the race to buy Argyle.        “As advisers we felt that more time could have resulted in a different outcome.   “Both ASF and the potential investors wish the club luck and success in obtaining the required investment.” they said in a statement.  ....

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Offers In

A statement released today reveals that ' "The Joint Administrators of Plymouth Argyle Football Club, Brendan Guilfoyle and Christopher White and John Russell have announced they have received a number of offers to acquire the Club.   "They are now pursuing a funding facility linked with an exclusivity agreement.   "Brendan Guilfoyle said: "The provision of funding by a purchaser is ....

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Do Wah Biddy

The identity of a prospective new club owner or owners could be announced today, the Plymouth Herald reports.         At least four interested parties have been identified, with the Argyle Fans Trust releasing a statement which sets out their ideals for working with the new owners- it reads "He must ensure that supporters and the wider community are properly and fully ....

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When The Saints Go Calling Off

The club's official website today reports that the League One clash with Southampton on March 26 has been postponed.        International call-ups for Onismor Bhasera, Rory Fallon and Joe Mason are being cited as the reason.....

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Foreign Funds?

A foreign-based British investor is putting together a bid to buy Argyle out of administration, the Western Morning News today reports.        Two interested parties are already believed to be close to tabling offers, and administrator Brendan Guilfoyle is reportedly expecting at least four offers by lunchtime on Monday.....

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