PLYMOUTH ARGYLE Fox opts to move on

argyle logo2013Experienced midfielder David Fox has bid farewell to Plymouth Argyle after three years at the club and over 140 appearances in green.

The popular 35 year old pass master has a young family and made a regular pilgrimage to Plymouth from his home in Manchester during the football seasons since joining Argyle in July 2016.


LOWE & BEHOLD! Argyle appoint promotion winning duo

argyle logo2013Plymouth Argyle FC confirm appointment of promotion winning Bury boss Ryan Lowe as their new manager.

Former striker Lowe, 40, will be assisted by Bury first team coach and fellow Liverpudlian Steven Schumacher, 35, when he takes up his new post at Plymouth next week.


Marmon takes temporary charge as Way departs YTFC

Yeovil Town Football Club crestYeovil Town Football Club can confirm that with regret Darren Way has had his employment with the club terminated and is no longer first team manager.
Whilst Darren’s dedication, strong work ethic and potential are all clear, the board of directors has been compelled to act as the run of form in 2019 – including 10 losses in the last 12 games – is not acceptable.


LEAGUE ONE Nancekivell at helm for vital Argyle match

argyle logo2013First team coach Kevin Nancekivell will take charge of Plymouth Argyle for their final League One game of season - at home to relegation rivals Scunthorpe United on Saturday - as manager Derek Adams and assistant Paul Wotton have been relieved of duties with immediate effect.

Argyle's 5-1 defeat at Accrington Stanley on Saturday saw the greens slip into the relegation zone following five defeats in a row.


Bristol Rovers "test against best" today

Bristol Rovers Football Club crestBristol Rovers boss Graham Coughlan will urge his League One side to “go again” at home to leaders Luton Town today.

Rovers bid to bounce back from a 4-1 Tuesday defeat at play-off chasing Doncaster, who soared to sixth after being beaten 4-0 at Luton last weekend.


LEAGUE ONE Resurgent Rovers at Doncaster tonight

Bristol Rovers Football Club crestBristol Rovers head to seventh placed Doncaster in League One tonight hoping to build on Saturday’s dramatic 2-2 draw at Plymouth and seeking to extend an impressive unbeaten run.

Graham Coughlan’s 15th placed side have not lost in eight away games helping them to stay unbeaten in five league matches following Gavin Reilly’s stoppage time leveller at Home Park.


SW WOMENS FOOTBALL Bristol host Wildcats in cup today

Bristol City Women will host Durham Women in the last 16 of the Women’s FA Cup today (1400ko).

Durham overcame Cardiff City LFC 5-1 in their weather-delayed fourth round tie to set up today's fifth round tie at Super League City, who play their home games at Filton.


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