SO much has happened over the past week that it seemed a good time for a review of the Argyle news ahead of the EFL fixtures being released on Thursday morning.
Geoff Crudgington kicked-off the top five before a review of some of the summer departures from Home Park. The weekend was all about the latest blog from the Home Park Redevelopment, great news on improved disabled facilities and the Grandstand Concourse.
The sad tale of Alan Nicholls at number four in your greatest goalkeepers and then the legendary Jim Furnell. Argyle Ladies announced their pre-season schedule and details released for the Carabao Cup draw.
We explored the Extra Time Hub with Argyle Community Trust and delved into the Home Park Sleep Out. The shot-stopping excellence of Super Luke McCormick was voted second in our goalkeeper poll and top position went to Le Keeper Romain Larrieu.
This week started with some encouraging ticket news and new opposition for Argyle Ladies. Teenager Adam Randell signed his first professional contract and there were details on club representatives at the EFL.
Our draw number for the Carabao Cup was confirmed before Alex Fletcher put pen to paper in a new deal at Home Park. Bringing you right up to date is a partnership deal between Argyle Ladies and Marjon, the winner of £500 on the Big Green Lottery and a chat with Fletch.
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Tonight, we will have information on syncing all the Argyle fixtures to the iPhone and then tomorrow morning will reveal our fixture schedule for the 2019-20 campaign, as we take a closer look at how the season will start and end, the longest and shortest trips, as well as all your holiday football.