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The Robins Come to Home Park

20 September 2019

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OUR regular look inside Argyle's next opponents and Cheltenham Town are the visitors to Home Park this weekend.

Fixture
Sky Bet League Two
Argyle v Cheltenham Town
Home Park
Saturday, September 21, 2019
3pm

Match Referee
Scott Oldham

Contact
Cheltenham Town Football Club
Jonny-Rocks Stadium
Whaddon Road
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL52 5NA
01242 573558
www.ctfc.com
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www.twitter.com/CTFCofficial
info@ctfc.com

League Position
Third in Sky Bet League Two

Last Five Results
Tuesday, September 17
Sky Bet League Two
Cheltenham Town 3
Reilly 59, Doyle-Hayes 69, Tozer 80
Bradford City 2
Anderson 51, Richards-Everton 76

Saturday, September 14
Sky Bet League Two
Salford City 0
Cheltenham Town 2
Broom 32, 82

Saturday, September 7
Sky Bet League Two
Cheltenham Town 4
Reilly 22, Long 57, Broom 80, Addai 90
Stevenage 2
Newton 48, 72

Tuesday, September 3
Leasing.com Trophy
Exeter City 1
Ajose 5
Cheltenham Town 0

Saturday, August 31
Sky Bet League Two
Crawley Town 1
Palmer 90
Cheltenham Town 0

Next Game
Saturday, September 28
Sky Bet League Two
Cheltenham Town v Crewe Alexandra

Leading Scorer
Ryan Broom – 4

Last Visit to Home Park
September 3, 2016
Sky Bet League Two
Argyle 1
Bradley 90
Cheltenham Town 0

Manager – Michael Duff
A Cheltenham Town legend as a player, Michael Duff has just celebrated his first anniversary as manager of the Robins. A wholehearted centre-back in his playing days, Duff made over 300 appearances for Cheltenham before moving to Burnley and a decade at Turf Moor saw the Northern Ireland international become a Premier League regular.

Pre-Match View
“We are going to a big club at this level in League One last year. They've got a manager who got the team out of the league playing really good football, got them playing the same way with a lot of new players who haven't quite clicked yet. I would expect them to be in and around it when the season finishes because watching the game from the other night they could have been three of four nil up against Crawley at one point.” – Michael Duff


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