LEAGUE TWO Ryan Lowe revolution underway at Argyle

ryan loweThe Ryan Lowe revolution has started at pacesetters Plymouth Argyle.

The 40-year-old former Bury boss is already starting to work his magic at Home Park following a summer pilgrimage south.

All eyes will be on Lowe – assistant manager Steven Shumacher – after the Liverpudlian management team sucessfully steered the Shakers to promotion from League Two last season.

Can they achieve the same feat with their brand of attractive attacking football at ambitious Argyle?

The early indications are a redounding yes.

Lowe’s new-look Argyle got their campaign off to a flying start with the Pilgrims best ever opening day away win, 3-0, at Crewe Alexandra.

Saturday’s home victory over resilient Colchester may have been by a sole goal but again the greens maintained a clean sheet, thanks to a water-tight defence and a couple of superb saves by on-loan West Bromwich Albion keeper Alex Palmer, celebrating his 23rd birthday.

Lowe has immediately endeared himself to Argyle’s self-styled Green Army of supporters and back-to-back wins will only enhance his popularity with Plymouth’s 10,000-plus passionate fans.

Colchester – managed by another Liverpudlian, John McGreal – will not face many tougher away tests this term.

To their credit United put the pacesetting Pilgrims under late pressure after Antoni Sarcevic’s well-crafted 57th minute winner.

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