It was also the first time they won by two goals or more away from home since 19 February 2008, when Argyle won 0–2 at Southampton. They had the chance to win it in the last minute of normal time too! Transfer deadline day RECAP: All the deals for Plymouth Argyle and their League One rivals. This was mainly thanks to strike partners Paul Mariner and Billy Rafferty, who scored a very impressive 46 goals between them. The other benefit is subtler, but one that Paul Sturrock made clear 20 years ago. Exeter City: Torquay United: Portsmouth: Bristol Rovers: Bristol City: Yeovil Town: The wife of one of her cousins was running their supporters club. Several of the characters in this strip were given the names of then-current players on the real Plymouth Argyle team. However, on 21 November 2007 Ian Holloway controversially resigned to take charge of Leicester City. It’s good for the both the region and, more importantly, Argyle if other nearby rivals are playing at or as close as possible to same the level, to further build our own profile and have a better chance of attracting more good players. I don’t though expect many Argyle fans will be joining me. Tony Pulis was appointed manager just a few days later, and his first game in charge was a 0–0 draw away at Southampton. Ahead of the 1992–93 season, English football had a revamp. When the match was again restarted, the Argyle players had agreed that Patsy Corcoran would take the spot-kick and miss, to prevent another pitch invasion. On the last day of the season, Argyle had the chance to go up as champions. In the match against Boca Juniors on 9 July 1924, the Boca Juniors supporters invaded the pitch after their team had scored the opening goal and carried all eleven home players shoulder high around the stadium. P302 Rivals Football - Plymouth Argyle FC BACK TO BOARD SIGN IN / REGISTER; THEME: RIVALS | TELETEXT | WORK; Welcome to Rivals Football by RF_Admin, 10/10, 15:07. Club Commits to City Charter Plymouth Argyle - Official Site 13:26 26-Mar-21. , A 1–0 loss away to Exeter City at St. James Park on 30 April, with the only goal scored by James Dunne, left Argyle on the brink of a second successive relegation.  The PFA agreed a repayment plan for the employees to receive their wages as well as former manager Peter Reid agreeing to a deal. produced its first rulebook. Finally, we need to get the demons out of our system from that mauling at St James’s Park. Obviously we need Ryan’s team to put right that performance last October. Having two fixtures against the Grecians would guarantee bumper gates, maximise commercial and sponsorship revenues and maybe even earn the clubs the bonus of some TV income too, something that matches with the Cobblers would certainly not achieve. I personally don’t want anything else than an Exeter defeat at Wembley. Port Vale’s League Two promotion rivals Plymouth Argyle are opposed to finishing the season behind closed doors. Argyle played a friendly match against Brazilian giants Santos FC, who at the time were one of the best teams in the world. Head Coach Paul Mariner was placed in charge of team affairs. But the decade ended disappointingly as Argyle returned to Division Three after relegation in 1968. Club Information › Plymouth Argyle. They beat Championship league leaders Derby County 2–0 in the next, but in the quarter finals, they were drawn at home to Premier League strugglers Watford and lost out to a Hameur Bouazza strike against the run of play. Jamie Mackie took it, but it was well saved by Dorus de Vries. Amazingly, 100,000 saw Argyle that day—the biggest crowd ever to attend a Plymouth match. Eleven years earlier in 1928, David Jack, who began his career with Argyle in 1919 but left in 1920, joined Arsenal F.C. However, The Pilgrims travelled to face Barnsley in their next game, which proved to be a memorable one for the Green Army. But, Argyle’s finances would undoubtably be better off with Exeter in the same division next season, assuming that fans will be allowed in to watch the Home Park leg.  Exeter's second win of the season against Argyle, combined with the days other results, meant that Argyle must win both their remaining games and rely on other teams results to avoid relegation. But by February they had slipped down to 2nd and with a 2–2 Draw with Cambridge United F.C. The Greens’ opening away league fixture follows seven days later, when we make the trip to face AFC Wimbledon on 19 September – although the venue is not yet confirmed, with the Dons finalising developments on their new Plough Lane stadium. But their form dipped in the second half of the season–after they finished February in 12th place, a wide gap opened up between them and the teams in the top six, making their promotion bid more difficult than it had appeared earlier in the season. Time of the match: 23.02.2021 14:30 The referee of this match is Sarginson, Christopher. On Boxing day, Argyle were away at local rivals Cardiff City, and it was the first meeting between the sides at the new Cardiff City Stadium. Edit. This is due to the current photo being uploaded recently. No-one likes their rivals doing well. Argyle then went on to lose their remaining two games; away to Nottingham Forest and Peterborough United. The following was published in the Bradford City AFC matchday programme on 11th November, 2017 (Plymouth Argyle): When I undertook my research on the origins of football in Bradford, it became apparent that the historic links between sport and the military in Bradford had long since been forgotten. Get a report of the Plymouth Argyle vs. Portsmouth 2017-18 English League One, Regular Season football match. 27,691 were here. Argyle's biggest win of the season was a 3–1 success at home to Coventry City, and that game also saw on-loan striker Vincent Pericard score a hat trick on his full debut. Biggins is currently on loan at League Two outfit Barrow, where he has found the net once and added three assists from 25 outings. But on 17 March, Argyle picked up a crucial three points with a thrilling 3–2 win over local rivals Bristol City. Argyle drew the first leg against Manchester City 1–1, but lost the Maine Road encounter 2–0. 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However, Pulis was on his way out of the exit door very soon, returning to Stoke to make way for Ian Holloway to join the club. Goal celebrations for Ryan Bowman of Exeter City during the Sky Bet League Two Play Off Semi Final 2nd leg between Exeter City and Colchester United on 22nd June 2020 at St James, Park, Exeter, Devon Photo: Phil Mingo/PPAUK. A total of 14,347 attended the game – the biggest gate at Home Park in three years, and also a sell out. Sturrock could do nothing to stop Sylvan Ebanks Blake, David Norris and youngster Dan Gosling leave for Wolves, Ipswich and Everton respectively. If the Grecians follow us into League One, then Argyle will be better off. The option of loaning players, or possibly transferring players, can assist all of our regional teams, including Argyle. Paul Sturrock's second stint in charge came to an end on 10 December 2009, when a press conference confirmed he was relieved of his managerial duties due to two years of poor results and fan unrest and had taken up a 'business-support' role, working alongside Director and Chief Executive, Keith Todd. Moses Russell captained the side and played in all nine matches. Argyle scored just five minutes into the 2009–10 season, with Krisztian Timar heading home at Crystal Palace, but the match finished 1–1. League Two leaders Plymouth saw their three-match winning run come to an end after going down 2-1 to Devon rivals Exeter in front of 14,008 at Home Park. Leicester were eventually relegated on the final day of the season, with Holloway being sacked. Plymouth Argyle and AFC Wimbledon will meet for the 16th time in the Football League; they have each won five, drawn five and lost five of the previous 15 such encounters. What a question. The Pilgrim's reputation as a 'yo-yo club' continued after they won Division Three–by now a national league–in 1959. On one hand I'd love Exeter City to come up to League One to hopefully exact revenge on them for the drubbing which was one of the worst feelings I've ever had coming out of a ground. Sheridan then agreed a three-year contract to continue as Argyle manager, and in his first full season in charge, the club finished 10th, an achievement which displayed great improvement on the previous two seasons. Sunderland welcomed Plymouth Argyle to the Stadium of Light this evening – and we brought you the best coverage of the League One clash. So if I had to choose, I think it will make life that much more interesting to have Exeter in the same league, so good luck to them. After the Second World War Argyle's 20-year stay in Division Two came to an end in 1950–despite the efforts of inspirational captain Jack Chisholm. On 17 November, Plymouth faced non-League Whitby Town in the FA Cup First Round and were held to a 1–1 draw, and only just beat them 3–2 in the replay at Home Park.  The club officially went into administration on 4 March. Sturrock's last game in charge was a 1–0 defeat at Swansea City on 8 December. Scott's final game in charge resulted in a 2–1 loss at League Two side Barnet in the second round of the League Cup. The club finished 21st in the league table, five points and one place clear of the relegation places–Argyle's first season where they didn't improve their league position for eight years. The appointment of Paul Sturrock as manager in November 2000 marked a turning point in Argyle's history. Northampton performed an incredible comeback to overturn a two-goal deficit at Cheltenham. I must admit, it was a shame Colchester threw away their slender lead in the second leg. Between 2011-13 the sides managed one win apiece and Plymouth secured a victory earlier this season. A header from Ronnie Mauge on 65 minutes gave Argyle a 1–0 win over Darlington at the national team's stadium. Sonny Bradley agrees to move from Plymouth Argyle to League One rivals Luton Town The out-of-contract Pilgrims' defender gets a three-year deal at Luton plymouthherald In the 1990s a new face took over the club: Businessman Dan McCauley became chairman, and his first major decision was to sack Dave Kemp and appoint England's record cap holder Peter Shilton as player-manager in the 1991–92 season. Keep an eye out on our social media pages for more Argyle news - we are on Twitter @HeraldPAFC and on Facebook Plymouth Live - Argyle, You can follow Argyle reporter Chris Errington on Twitter @ChrisErrington1 and on Facebook HeraldChris. That was followed by a 2–1 win at home to Watford, with Gallagher scoring twice.  Further problems occurred with the Administrators threatening to quit the club. Throughout the late summer and Autumn a trend of strong away performances and poor home performances began to appear. Journalists from across the country have given their views on each club in the division. Nonetheless, their excellent league form continued, and promotion was sealed with two games to spare as Argyle won 1–4 at Darlington. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. However, the ultra-competitive Russell was not prepared to accept this, and just before Corcoran was about to take the penalty he was pushed aside by Russell who took it himself and scored. In their next game, Craig Noone's 39th-minute header cancelled out Kari Arnason's own goal seven minutes earlier as the Greens came from behind to get a result for the third game in a row after drawing 1–1 with Leicester City. But Shilton was unable to prevent relegation as Argyle finished 22nd in Division Two. In simulation wins, Plymouth Argyle upsets Doncaster Rovers by averaging 4.9 shots and 2.9 shots on goal. Plymouth's best result saw them hammer Peterborough United 6–1 in March.  Hallett had originally appointed David Felwick CBE as Argyle's chairman-elect, but he cited "personal reasons" for being unable to takeover, so Hallett took over as chairman on 1 November 2018. But argyle slipped down to second place after a poor run of form after Christmas. The obvious answer is to say Northampton, in order to deny ‘that lot up the road‘ any chance of success and silverware, and to prolong their woeful record in Play-Off finals. To renew the rivalry in League One would be better for the finances of both clubs and if crowds are allowed back by then it would ensure a full house at Home Park. We owe them a good thrashing and the sooner we can do that the better. kenji suzuki (aka kenji jammer) ロンドン在住ギタリスト。 1998年からsimply redのギタリストとして活動。そのsimply redは2010年12月に25年の歴史に幕を下ろす。  Plymouth officially exited administration on 31 October, after the takeover was complete. Lots of her relations still live there. Plymouth Argyle’s arch rivals Exeter City are playing Northampton Town in the League Two Play-Off Final at Wembley on Monday night. The Devon linesman ordered the spot kick to be re-taken. I would like Exeter to win the Play-Off final at Wembley. The turn of the new year saw Argyle pick up form, winning 6 of their first 9 games of 2019, and losing just 2 of the first 12, culminating in a 5–1 win over Rochdale on 23 February. Highlights from the Sky Bet League One match between Plymouth Argyle and Portsmouth. However, I simply cannot bring myself to wish any success on them. On 23 November, Argyle came from 0–1 down to beat fellow strugglers Dagenham & Redbridge 2–1 at Home Park, lifting them up to 15th. The First Division (top tier) became the Premiership, Division Two (second tier) became Division One, Division Three (third tier) was now Division Two and so on. In 1974 – with future England striker and Argyle manager Paul Mariner now playing for them – Argyle again reached the League Cup semi-final, this time as a Third Division side. Edit. Derek Adams was appointed in 2015 and by Christmas, Argyle were top of the league. However, they were back down again in 1977. But after a poor performance in the final, Argyle were, surprising beaten 2–0 by AFC Wimbledon from 78th and 98th-minute goals. Plymouth's strong start to the 2006–07 Championship campaign continued, and they were soon looking capable of qualifying for the play-off. On 12 September, Cardiff City visited Home Park, and despite being 3–0 down after 49 minutes, Argyle came back to draw 3–3. Days later, Argyle went 0–1 up away at Sheffield Wednesday, another side in relegation danger, but went on to lose 2–1. But Pulis gained a reputation for being a boring manager, as most of Argyle's games ended in scoreless draws or narrow wins.  In the second half of the season, the club was again narrowly saved from relegation, and they finished 21st for the second season in a row. Ladies: The Day-Job Files Plymouth Argyle - Official Site 15:07 26-Mar-21. This article covers its history, from the club's formation in 1886 to the present day. C'mon The Cobblers!!!! Rivalry is a massive part of football culture and a recent study has shown that the Devon derby between Plymouth Argyle and Exeter City is in fact the SECOND biggest rivalry in English football. Plymouth Argyle have bid for defender turned down by League One rivals Plymouth Argyle have had a bid for defender Janoi Donacien turned down by Ipswich Town, according to reports. Kevin Nancekivell took over as caretaker manager for the final game of the season, and despite winning 3–2 against Scunthorpe United, results elsewhere at games involving Southend United and AFC Wimbledon saw Argyle relegated to the EFL League Two. Welcome to RivalsFootball.net. But Argyle were defeated in the semi-final by Burnley, which saw the start of a fierce rivalry between the two clubs. That victory was followed with a good run of form for Argyle, including a 1–2 win away at local rivals Bristol City, with Rory Fallon scoring twice. In 2002–03, they narrowly missed out on the Division Two play-off, finishing two places outside it in eighth. Before the start of the 2007–08 season, manager Ian Holloway said that Plymouth were capable of earning promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history, and they made a good start to the new season with a 2–3 win at Hull City (who actually went on to win the play-offs). Cardiff were fourth in the table at the time while Argyle were bottom, but full-back Gary Sawyer scored an 84th-minute winner to give the visitors a shock 0–1 victory. Whilst League One has more exciting fixtures to look forward to (Ipswich, Sunderland and hopefully Portsmouth), there’s nothing quite like a Devon derby! In the summer of 1924, a Plymouth Argyle team visited South America to play some exhibition football Argentina and Uruguay. The club adopted its current name when it became fully professional in 1903 joining the Southern League, under the management of Bob Jack. Hallett later increased his stake in the club, as well as offering a long-term, minimum interest loan to the club to help refurbish the Mayflower Grandstand. The following season, despite being a newly promoted team, Argyle finished a respectable 7th place in Division Two, thereby only just missing the division's new play-off zone and the chance to move to the First Division (now the Premier League). Some fans disputed about the board sacking Derek Adams even after taking them up in the previous season due to poor tactics and game management. Our. On 27 November 2007, Paul Sturrock resigned from Swindon Town to rejoin Plymouth Argyle. But Argyle only won one of their final seven games, meaning that they missed out on the play-offs but finished 10th–continuing the club's unprecedented record of improving their league position every season since the turn of the millennium. On the last day of the season, Argyle defeated Cheltenham Town 2–0 to finish the season with a club and league record of 102 points to clinch the Division Three title. In August 2018, Hallett became the majority shareholder of the club, with James Brent reducing his stake, as well as stepping down as chairman. However, their effort was rewarded on 29 September after a 2–1 win at newly promoted Peterborough United, and that was followed with another 2–1 success, this time against Scunthorpe United. On 9 February, the Green Army went to the Walkers Stadium to face Holloway's Leicester (the game was also live on Sky Sports). Statistics of previous confrontations between the team of Plymouth Argyle and the team of Peterborough United: Although the season did not start well for the Greens after defeats against Shrewsbury Town (0–1), Watford (0–1, League Cup) and Rochdale (1–2). My wife was born and bred up the road. Mick Jones became his successor, and, that season, in February 1997 Argyle participated in 'The Battle of Saltergate' – in a 1–2 win at Chesterfield, an 88th minute fight broke out, involving all 20 outfield players. The Pilgrims began the season with a string of poor results, but a 2–1 win at Watford in mid-September sparked a good run of form for Argyle as Sturrock's new side began to come together. In 1965 Argyle reached the Football League Cup semi-final, as a 2nd division team, for the first time in their history, but lost to Leicester City. On 27 December 2010, it was announced by the BBC that Sir Roy Gardner had relinquished his role as chairman and stood down from the board. However, despite a 1–2 win at high-flying Doncaster Rovers, defeats to Middlesbrough (0–2), Watford (1–0) and Newcastle United (0–2) sealed their relegation fate (whilst simultaneously allowing Newcastle to claim the Championship title) with two games to go.