More Time For Andres
THERE was a familiar face in the Argyle starting line up in the friendly away to Weston-super-Mare on Friday night.Argentine Andres Gurrieri played over an hour on the left side of the Pilgrims’ midfield, something he had done during last pre-season against Queens Park Rangers.
After playing a further game against Saltash (at right back) it seemed that Gurrieri would become an Argyle player, but it was not to be. He would later join Burton Albion and line up against us during the season.
Now, though, he is again a free agent, and Argyle manager Carl Fletcher has leapt upon the opportunity to run the rule over Gurrieri once again.
“Me and Ro knew him from last year,” said Carl, “We played with him. We knew he was available, we just thought we’d get him and have a look at him.
"We thought he was going to sign last year, and at the time we both liked him. All the players did, really.
“You can see tonight that he is technically good, he works hard and has bundles of energy. He can create things.
"We’ll see how it goes. We’ll extend it to try and get the Tiverton game in as well.”