ARGYLE TEAM NEWS Sarcevic resumes training

Antoni Sarcevic Plymouth Argyle Football Club courtesy PAFC copyright Dave RowntreePopular Plymouth Argyle midfielder Antoni Sarcevic is set to resume training ahead of Saturday’s Home Park clash with League One high flyers Charlton Athletic.

The action-packed 27-year-old Manchester-born midfielder (pictured) suffered a foot injury in last Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Blackpool.


ARGYLE TEAM NEWS Carey, Fox, Riley set to pass fit

Graham Carey courtesy & copyright Plymouth Argyle FC/Dave RowntreePlymouth Argyle boss Derek Adams is hopeful talismanic playmaker Graham Carey can return to the greens squad for Saturday’s League One game at play-off chasing Blackpool.

Irish ace Carey (pictured) was ruled out of Argyle’s 2-2 home draw with Bristol Rovers by a back/hamstring injury at 1100 last Saturday.


PLYMOUTH ARGYLE FC 2016 retained list

Plymouth Argyle Football Club crest PLYMOUTH ARGYLE have offered new contracts to 13 of the players who took the greens to the brink of promotion.

Derek Adams' retained list includes deals for six of the side who began Monday's League 2 Play-Off Final at Wembley.


TEAM NEWS Nardiello targets Plymouth Argyle debut

Plymouth Argyle striker Daniel Nardiello image by James ReidTyler Harvey (ankle) is the only absentee as Plymouth Argyle seek to continue their promotion push against play-off hopefuls Wycombe on Saturday. 

Argyle boss Derek Adams said: "It'll be a tough game. Wycombe like to get the ball forward very quickly and we know we'll have to deal with that kind of challenge, which we've done very well so far this season."


TEAM NEWS Carey boost for League 2 leaders

Graham CareyPlymouth Argyle playmaker Graham Carey is available for tomorrow’s top of the table League 2 clash at Bristol Rovers.

The 26 year old Irishman’s recovery from a knee injury sustained in late November ensures the Pilgrims have a fully fit squad for the all-ticket match at the Memorial Stadium.


PLYMOUTH ARGYLE FC Team news vs Leyton Orient FC

Plymouth Argyle FC crestPlymouth Argyle manager Derek Adams will give each of his handful of injured key players “every chance” to be available for the League Two leaders’ home game against Leyton Orient FC tomorrow (1945ko).

Argyle went into Saturday’s 2-1 Devon derby defeat without five first team regulars: goalkeeper Luke McCormick, central defender Peter Hartley, defensive midfielder Carl McHugh, on-loan Crystal Palace teenage playmaker Hiram Boateng and free scoring striker Reuben Reid.


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