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Inside Truro City

A Look at Tonight's Opposition

9 July 2019

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OUR regular look at the opposing team, as Argyle begin their pre-season campaign.

Fixture
Pre-Season Friendly
Truro City v Argyle
Treyew Road
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
7.30pm

Contact
Truro City Football Club
Treyew Road
Truro
Cornwall
TR1 2TH
01872 225400
www.trurocityfc.net
info@trurocityfc.net
www.facebook.com/trurocityfc
www.twitter.com/TCFC_Official

League Position
Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division South

Last Five Results
Friday, July 5, 2019
Pre-Season Friendly
Truro City 0
Exeter City 0

Saturday, April 27, 2019
National League South
Truro City 3
Thompson 18, Harvey pen 89, Ziboth 90
Slough Town 3
Lench 44, Harris 75, Amartey 78

Monday, April 22, 2019
National League South
Hampton & Richmond Borough 2
Joseph 26, Sotiriou pen 47
Truro City 2
Harvey 67, Richards 90

Saturday, April 20, 2019
National League South
Truro City 1
Harvey 89
Gloucester City 2
Robert 38, Jackson 70

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
National League South
Truro City 1
Harvey pen 45
Concord Rangers 3
Wall 28, Midson 43, Ashford 55

Next Game
Saturday, July 20, 2019
Pre-Season Friendly
Bideford v Truro City

Leading Scorer Last Season
Tyler Harvey

Last Argyle Visit
July 19, 2016
Pre-Season Friendly
Truro City 0
Argyle 2
Spencer 69, Ijaha 73

Manager – Paul Wotton
There could hardly be a more familiar face in the Truro City dugout this evening, as we become just the second team to take on Paul Wotton in his new role as manager of the White Tigers.

Wottsy took over at Treyew Road this summer, starting his reign with a draw against Exeter City and now the man who made an incredible 491 appearances for Argyle will battle against his hometown club in the Cornwall sunshine.

Wottsy was also the Argyle assistant manager up until the end of last season and all of us at Home Park wish him the very best in his new role.

Pre-Match View
“This is my first manager’s job, so it’s exciting for me and a real positive step forward on my career path. It’s a Club with a great tradition in non-league circles and I’m looking forward to getting started.” Paul Wotton

Green Connections
There have been so many players to represent both Argyle and Truro down the years, with a number of Pilgrims moving to Treyew Road on loan or after leaving Home Park, plus a few coming the other way over the Tamar.

In just the past week, former Argyle forward Louis Rooney became the latest player to follow this familiar path, signing a deal to join up with the new Wottsy era at Treyew Road.

Ticket News
Adults £10
Concessions (Over 65 and Under 16) £5

Stadium Details
Treyew Road has been home to Truro City for over half a century but it has been a period of upheaval over recent times, with the club looking to build a new Stadium for Cornwall, which led to a ground-share with Torquay United for the first half of last season.

The White Tigers returned to Treyew Road in January and plans are back on for the construction of a new stadium after the club was purchased by rugby union club Cornish Pirates in the spring.

How to Get There
Sat Nav:
TR1 2TH
By Road: Treyew Road is 55 miles from Home Park, join the A38 signposted for Liskeard and stay on this road for 30 miles before merging on to the A30 signposted Redruth/Newquay. After 47 miles, join the A39 signposted Truro. At roundabout, take first exit on to Newquay Road, then turn right on to Tregolls Road. At Trafalgar Road, take third exit on to Morlaix Avenue, go over the next roundabout and then take second exit at following roundabout on to Arch Hill. Continue on to Green Lane and then arrive at Treyew Road.
By Rail: There is a direct train running from Plymouth to Truro, with zero changes. The journey lasts approximately one hour, 20 minutes.

Things to do in Truro
The dominant feature in Truro is the spectacular Cathedral, completed in 1910. The City is also known for its wide variety of speciality shops and markets. The Royal Cornwall Museum is the oldest museum in the county, carrying exhibitions on Cornish history and culture.


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