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Who R Ya - Plymouth Argyle

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Vital QPR takes a look at Saturday's opponents Plymouth Argyle - a side thriving under new management.

Facts & Figures

Founded: 1886 as Argyle FC

Nickname: Pilgrims/Green Army

Ground: Home Park - 19,500

Manager: Paul Mariner

Selected Honours

Division Two: Champions - 2003-04
Third Division: Champions - 1958-59
Third Division: Runners Up - 1974-75, 1985-86

Division Three: Champions: 2001-02
Division Three: Playoff Winners: 1995-96

Selected Honours

Record Attendance: 43,596 v Aston Villa (Second Division, October 1936)

Record victory: 8-1 v Millwall (Second Division, January 1932)

Record league defeat 0-9 v Stoke City (Second Division, December 1960)

Record Buy: £750,000 - Simon Walton from Queens Park Rangers

Record Sale: £2,000,000 - Peter Halmosi to Hull City

Record Appearances: Kevin Hodges - 620 - 1978-1992

Record Goals: Sammy Black - 184 - 1924-1938

Squad

Goalkeepers

1. Romain Larrieu
27. Lloyd Saxton

Defenders

3. Jim Paterson
5. Krisztián Timár (Loan to Oldham Athletic)
11. Kári Árnason
15. Chris Barker
16. David McNamee
18. Gary Sawyer
19. Marcel Seip (Loan to Sheffield United)
22. Réda Johnson

Midfielders

2. Karl Duguid
4. Carl Fletcher
6. Chris Clark
7. Jason Puncheon (Loan to MK Dons)
17. Craig Noone
20. Luke Summerfield
25. Alan Judge (Loan from Blackburn Rovers)
29. Damien McCrory (Loan to Grimsby Town)
30. Simon Walton (Loan to Crewe Alexandra)
31. Yoann Folly
36. Yannick Bolasie (Loan to Barnet)

Strikers

8. Jamie Mackie
9. Steve McLean
10. Bradley Wright-Phillips
14. Rory Fallon
21 Cillian Sheridan (Loan from Celtic)
24. Ashley Barnes
26. Alan Gow
28. George Donnelly
32. Joe Mason
34. Liam Head

Last Five Fixtures

Preston North End 2-0 Plymouth Argyle

Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Coventry City

Cardiff City 0-1 Plymouth Argyle

Plymouth Argyle 4-1 Reading

Plymouth Argyle 0-0 Newcastle United

Last Five Fixtures v QPR

Plymouth 1-1 QPR (15 Aug 2009)

QPR 0-0 Plymouth (25 Apr 2009)

Plymouth 1-1 QPR (13 Dec 2008)

Plymouth 2-1 QPR (26 Dec 2007)

QPR 0-2 Plymouth (18 Sept 2007)




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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 6 2010

Time: 12:00PM

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The record buy makes me laugh a little.
LeeCookFan
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06/01/2010 10:24:00

Our record buy is Steve MacLean (again that is probably laughable) @ £500k. The Walton deal had quite a few add ons and will total £750k based on apperances etc (its rumoured that we've paid less than £200k so far).
Mike Hughes
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07/01/2010 09:04:00

I would hope so for your sake. In the same way that some would say Faurlín is our record purchase, maybe he is maybe he isn't - you can't really tell with football these days, nothing is cut and dry. I say Faurlín is, in the same way that Walton is for you - you have committed to spend that amount of money in the deal and that makes it the record.
Boxer
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08/01/2010 09:35:00

 

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