WAYNE ROONEY appointed Plymouth Argyle head coach

argyle logo2013Plymouth Argyle confirm Wayne Rooney has been appointed new head coach at the Championship club.

The 38-year-old former Manchester United and England striker's appointment follows a lengthy and extensive recruitment process, as a result of which a number of highly experienced managers and head coaches were interviewed.


ARGYLE REACTION Dewsnip delight at outfoxing leaders

Plymouth Argyle director of football Neil Dewsnip was delighted with the Greens' 1-0 home win over Championship leaders Leicester City.

Dewsnip said: “We are absolutely delighted with the result, made-up, but we know it’s not done yet. We still have a target and that is to stay in this league.”


FA CUP REACTION Farke Foster Argyle Leeds

FA CupLeeds United boss Daniel Farke praised his side for their 4-1 FA Cup extra time fourth round replay win at Championship rivals Plymouth.

Farke beamed: “It was nearly the perfect away performance. We were so dominant, we created so many chances, scored the goals but we also hit the crossbar twice and the post.”


LIAM MANNING praise for reset, refocused City

Bristol City boss Liam Manning was delighted with his side as they won 1-0 at relegation haunted Plymouth Argyle.

Manning said: “Before the Leicester game we talked about resetting after the international break and an eight-game 'season'. We’ve started well with the first two results now we've got an extremely difficult game next Saturday (at Sunderland) so let's not get too carried away.”


SCHUMACHER "enjoy the game and be exciting..."

Steven Schumacher praised his side for their character as Plymouth Argyle fought back to draw 3-3 with Middlesbrough at rain-lashed Home Park.

The Argyle boss said: “If we play as well as we do then we have got to get points. So I am pleased that we got a point.”


Foster takes heart from brave Argyle performance

argyle logo2013Plymouth boss Ian Foster admitted his disappointment following a last minute Coventry leveller deep in stoppage time for a 2-2 Championship draw.

Foster said: “We never get too excited when we win or too disappointed when we lose. Tonight is a difficult one. It feels like a defeat, it’s another point closer to where we want to be.”


Pacesetters eye county cup derby - weather-permitting

IVYBRIDGE Town suffered their fourth successive postponement when Saturday’s (Nov 4) South West Peninsula League match away to Teignmouth was rained off.

The game was called off on Friday afternoon in accordance with the League’s severe weather procedure and will now be played on Saturday March 23, which was a blank date in the original fixture list.


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