Posts Tagged "Plymouth Argyle"

Pilgrim’s Progress: Plymouth’s Run To The FA Cup Semi-Finals, 30 Years On

Pilgrim’s Progress: Plymouth’s Run To The FA Cup Semi-Finals, 30 Years On

By on Apr 12, 2014 in History, Latest | 0 comments

This weekend, Sheffield United will take to the pitch at Wembley for their FA Cup semi-final against Hull City as representatives of the third tier of English football. It’s uncommon but not completely unheard of for clubs from this level to get this far in the competition, although none has ever made the final itself, with the last club to get this far being...

Read More
Plymouth Argyle: James Brent – Licensed To… Do As He Wishes

Plymouth Argyle: James Brent – Licensed To… Do As He Wishes

By on Feb 5, 2014 in Latest | 23 comments

Whatever Plymouth Argyle chairman and owner James Brent is, and opinions vary passionately among Pilgrims fans on that, he is no “football man.” Nor is he a “philanthropist,” “benefactor” or “particularly nice.” Brent regularly admits to mistakes in his running of the League Two club. So regularly that it was a surprise that BBC Radio Devon’s Gordon Sparks was...

Read More

Plymouth Argyle Remain A Work In Progress

By on Apr 10, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 45 comments

With many English and Scottish League titles already won or all-but-won, tight season-finishes have had to be sought elsewhere, such as the bottom of League Two. Wimbledon took only nine years to get back their Football League place but it might only take them two to lose it again. Barnet are attracting worldwide attention because of the bespectacled Dutchman who...

Read More

Plymouth Argyle And The Devil They Know

By on Mar 8, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 0 comments

It looks as if the battle to avoid relegation from League Two is going to go to the wire. With eleven games of the season still to play, just six points separate Dagenham & Redbridge in sixteenth place in the table at Wimbledon, who sit at its foot, and in such a tense environment it could be argued that every single iota that could assist a club in avoiding the...

Read More

New Year Tears As Carl Fletcher Leaves Plymouth Argyle

By on Jan 2, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 3 comments

There was a certain inevitability about the departure of manager Carl Fletcher from League Two strugglers Plymouth Argyle. With only one win in the league since the twentieth of October and his team now just two points above the relegation places at the foot of the table, a defeat away to one of the few sides in the division still below them, Bristol Rovers, was...

Read More