Plymouth Argyle Football Club crestPlymouth Argyle’s Scottish manager Derek Adams will take charge of his first League Two play-off semi-final at Portsmouth tonight (1945ko).

The 40-year-old Glaswegian offers a manager's perspective on what it's like to prepare for tonight's highly charged first leg atmosphere... with the ultimate goal of a Wembley final on Monday May 31.



Plymouth Argyle Football Club crestPlay-offs tend to be a real mixed bag for players.

Promotion at Wembley is something few will forget but the disappointment and pressure of playing one game with the whole season on the line can cause an adverse effect.


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Exeter City Football Club crestWelsh international attacking midfielder Jake Taylor has joined Exeter City FC on a free transfer from Reading FC.

Ascot-born Taylor, 24, spent a successful 2011-12 loan spell with Paul Tisdale's Grecians scoring three times in 30 first team appearances.


Adams' Argyle must make most of "fabulous position"

Plymouth Argyle FC crestPlymouth Argyle FC have no new injury concerns ahead of Saturday's pivotal League 2 clash against play-off hopefuls AFC Wimbledon at Home Park. 

Argyle's only injury absentee is target man Ryan Brunt, meaning manager Derek Adams has a host of selection dilemmas as the promotion-chasing Pilgrims aim to get back on track following a 2-1 Devon Derby reverse at Exeter City FC.


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Torquay United FC logoKevin Nicholson’s Torquay United FC will host Bideford AFC in a friendly at the Launa Windows Stadium tonight (1930ko).

Bideford are managed by former Gulls midfielder Sean Joyce, United are set to include former Robins central defender Ben Gerring.


Fit-again Carey wants to kick-on with Plymouth Argyle

Free scoring Plymouth Argyle playmaker GRAHAM CAREY image courtesy PAFC copyright Dave RowntreeFree scoring playmaker Graham Carey has given high-flying Plymouth Argyle a boost ahead of Saturday's game at Yeovil Town by declaring himself “pretty much 100 per cent fit” after recovering from a knee injury. 

"It was a freak injury but it happens in football and you've just got to get over it quickly. It gave me a chance to get some freshness back in the legs and I'm ready to go," says the 26-year-old former Republic of Ireland U21 ace.


NEWPORT COUNTY extend unbeaten run with replay win

John Sheridan image courtesy & copyright DAVE ROWNTREEJohn Sheridan’s Newport County AFC surged through to the FA Cup second round following a comfortable 4-1 replay win over Brackley at Rodney Parade.

County – unbeaten in six – made a flying start through striker Lenell John-Lewis’ first minute opener.


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