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In The Army Now

  The club's official website today reports that Saturday's home game against Colchester United will be the third annual Argyle Armed Forces day.     Army recruitment vans will be outside Home Park, with a pipe band performing before kick off and Pilgrim Pete delivering the match ball abseiling from the roof of the Lyndhurst Stand before a minute's silence- manager Peter ....

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Fancy Dan

Former club chairman Dan McCauley has told BBC Spotlight that he will not rule out making a bid to buy Home Park to aid Argyle.       "I would think about it [buying the stadium]," he has said, adding that "I don't know what the bank would think about it, but I have got money. I've got control of what I wish to do if there is the opportunity there. But they [Argyle] have got ....

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Ollie's Opinion

Former Argyle boss Ian Holloway has today told of his concern for the future of the Pilgrims.       He told the Plymouth Herald that “You have got to look at the management of it, the money that was brought in, how it has been spent and whether players have given value for money. Unfortunately it doesn’t look like they have.   “I feel sorry for Peter ....

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Noone Flies High

  Craig Noone has today told the Brighton Argus of his respect for his former club.           “I won’t celebrate, definitely not. They were the first club to give me a professional contract. I respect them for that.   “They gave me first taste of professional football after working on the roofs and I wouldn’t be here without ....

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Home Banker?

The club has today confirmed its intention to bring in an administrator.        A statement from the board of directors reads ' The Directors of Plymouth Argyle Football Club have today issued a 'Notice of Intention' to appoint an administrator as they continue to seek a solution to the Company's current cash flow problems.   This action gives the Club protection ....

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Pennies From Heaven?

Seven year old Jack Wilkinson will get the chance to meet the Pilgrims after pledging his final 53p to help the club through its financial trouble.         "Support like that shows just what this club is all about and why it's so important that we keep it alive.   "The least we could do was offer Jack and his family a ticket for our next game and invite him in to ....

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Final Countdown

The club's official website today reports that the trip to Carlisle United has been rearranged for March 15, kicking off at 7.45pm.       It was orginally to be played on April 2 but has been brought forward owing to the hosts involvement in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final on April 3. ....

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Big In Japan

Tokyo- based Argyle fan Andy Hancock was today hoping for the chance to personally deliver a petition to directors Yasuaki Kagami and George Synan.       He has had no luck so far but said that Synan had made a short telephone call to him, while Kagami is believed to have sent him an email after his first attempt at petitioning- and he now plans to write to Pilgrims president ....

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Summers In The City

Former Argyle assistant manager Kevin Summerfield, now in a similar role at Tranmere Rovers, has today told the club's official website of his concern at the plight of the Pilgrims.          "I spent the best part of fifteen years at Plymouth, and other than the last six months or so they were all good times, with the club only going one way. It's not nice to see. I ....

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The Message

Argyle's Vital Football site today reports that a protest march is to take place before Saturday's home match against Tranmere Rovers.       'We want to send a message to the board that the fans have had enough. 'Plymouth Argyle is bigger than the directors - it's time for them to put the football club first. 'There are 125 years of history at stake. 'The focus needs to be ....

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Far East Fandom

The Plymouth Herald today reports that Tokyo-based Argyle fan Andy Hancock has petitioned majority shareholder Yasuaki Kagami.     "We, the undersigned, respectfully call on Mr Yasuaki Kagami, Mr George Synan and all those involved with the K&K Shonan Management Corporation and the Maruka Corporation to fulfil their commitments to Plymouth Argyle Football Club and secure the ....

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Buying In Bulk

A report in the Western Morning News today suggests that negotiations are ongoing as the race to buy Argyle for a nominal £1.           "No director will hold back Plymouth Argyle or the club's future.   "We are talking all the time, talking to potential stadium purchasers and investors.   "These things take time but nobody is going to ....

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Scape For Delay

BBC Devon has today reported that Inscapes, the company which laid Argyle's new pitch, will not take legal action to recover the remaining £350,000 of £500,000 which they are owed.       The company will be kept informed of developments at Home Park, and payments will resume soon, it is believed.....

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Nuts And Bolts

A report in the Bolton News today speculates that Bolton Wanderers youngsters Adam Blakeman and Danny Ward are to be allowed out on loan.       Argyle boss Peter Reid is said to have been among the crowd during a reserve team clash against Manchester City along with Nottingham Forest assistant manager Julian Darby, and could now move to bring the pair to Home Park.....

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Court In The Act

The club's official website today reports that Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs have dropped their winding-up petition against the Pilgrims.       After a hearing which took only thirty seconds, Football Consultant Peter Ridsdale said "The club is grateful that the winding-up petitions by HMRC against Plymouth Argyle Football Company Holdings Limited and Home Park ....

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Slaves To The Wage?

The Plymouth Herald has reported that Argyle's players have not yet received their January wages.       Captain Carl Fletcher has said "I'm sure a lot of us haven't been in this position before and it's very tough.   "It's your livelihood at the end of the day. It's the roof over your head.   "It's difficult for everyone and, obviously, the results on the pitch ....

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Japanese Whispers

A report in The Cornishman today suggests that talks are underway in London with the aim of saving Argyle from their financial problems.       Director George Synan had suggested that funds would arrive by today from Japan, but it is believed that neither he nor the promised money has arrived- though deputy chairman Paul Stapleton is said to have been in discussions with ....

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Pilgrims For A Pound?

The Western Morning News today reports that Argyle could be sold for a nominal pound to any interested parties.       Three are so far believed to have thrown their hats into the ring, with groups from Switzerland, the United States and the UK interested in acquiring an 100% stake in the club.....

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Higher Ground

  Plymouth Argyle Supporters Training and Development Trust has released a statement this evening.           It reads "Plymouth Argyle Supporters Training and Development Trust is pleased to announce that, following an opportunity to invest in Home Park Stadium, the Trust has agreed to provide a short-term mortgage secured on Home Park ....

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Community Chest

The Plymouth Herald today reports that staff at the Mutley Crown pub are staging a ' Wear Green To Work' day next Wednesday, to support Argyle through their High Court ordeal.         "It would be so sad if we let Plymouth lose its football team.   "I decided we needed to try and do something to help.   "We'll all be wearing green and we'll be doing up ....

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Home Buyer?

The Western Morning News has today reported that Vivien Pengelly, leader of the city council, has not ruled out the purchase of Home Park from Argyle.        "I thoroughly support and agree with their aims and objectives – Argyle is there for the community. "The club understand we cannot give them a penny to help the current situation, but officers have dialogue ....

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When The Saints Come Marching Forward

Southampton's official club website today reports that the kick off for the clash with the Pilgrims on March 26 has been moved forward.      It will now get under way at 12.30pm to avoid a clash with the Wales vs England European Championship qualifier in Cardiff on the same day.....

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Fun Fun Funds

The club's board of directors has today released a statement to counter an article in the Plymouth Herald.       It reads-  "An article in today's newspaper, The Herald, in Plymouth, may lead to the impression that funds are about to be received from our Japanese shareholders that 'are sufficient', implying that the problems created by the identified cash shortfall that ....

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Stoking The Flames

The club's official website reports today that the trip to Brighton & Hove Albion has been moved to February 22, kicking off at 7.45pm.     The new date, a Tuesday, is necessary to accommodate the Seagulls FA Cup clash with Stoke City.....

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Voluntary Rid-undancy?

According to BBC News, Peter Ridsdale has today issued an ultimatum to Argyle's majour shareholders to invest in the club by February 8.        "I came to try and assist Argyle, having been given clear assurances of investment from the Far East.   "I then made it clear that I could not stay if that money had not arrived because I didn't see how we could complete ....

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