UP AND ADAMS New five-year deal for Argyle boss

Derek Adams Plymouth Argyle head of football Derek Adams has agreed a new five-year deal to continue managing Plymouth Argyle until summer 2023.
Glaswegian Adams, 42, teamed up with Argyle in June 2015 and will now become Head of Football at the League One club with a remit to maintain the Pilgrims' progress.
Popular former goalscoring central defender Paul Wotton, 40, will become Adams' assistant manager after penning a two-year deal.
Barnstaple-born Kevin Nancekivell, 46, becomes first team coach on a similar deal while Newport born Rhys Wilmot, 56, will be goalkeeping coach.
Like Wotton, Nancekivell and Wilmot are former Plymouth players.
A year after winning promotion from League Two, Adams and his backroom team led Plymouth to seventh place and within a whisker of the League One play-offs.
Argyle chairman James Brent said: “The Argyle Board of Directors are delighted that Derek and his team have accepted new deals to continue taking care of the Pilgrims’ progress. 
“This is great news for the club, the Green Army, the city of Plymouth, and the South-West Peninsula.
“The club has made significant strides – on and off the field – since the Board appointed Derek three years ago and everyone looks forward with confidence to this continuing.”
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