IT has been another week of change at Home Park and the dressing-room sanctuary for Argyle will be completely different for the visit of Doncaster on Saturday.
After so many decades in the old dressing-room and so many memories, good and bad, the squad moved into their new home on Thursday and will enter the arena on Saturday from the corner of the Lyndhurst and Devonport.
It will be a very different experience for the players and one Argyle manager Derek Adams believes will turn into a positive, as we can feed on the atmosphere generated by the Green Army.
“The players are in the temporary dressing-rooms for the first time on Thursday and we will be there until the end of the season,” said Derek.
“It will be better for us to be closer to the supporters because we’ve been isolated from them for some time [in the old dressing-room]. We are working on some covering for both sets of players when they walk out.
“It will help with the atmosphere, even in the warm-up, and obviously during the game. The temporary facility will help us hear the atmosphere before the game and it’s great for the players to be close to action.”