Inside Mansfield Town

OUR regular look inside Argyle's next opponents brings us to Mansfield Town, who visit Home Park in Sky Bet League Two tomorrow.

Sky Bet League Two
Argyle v Mansfield Town
Home Park
Saturday, January 18, 2020

Match Referee
Trevor Kettle

One Call Stadium
Quarry Lane
NG18 5DA
01623 482 482

League Position
19th in Sky Bet League Two

Last Five Results

Saturday, January 11
Sky Bet League Two
Mansfield Town 3
Hamilton 3, Rose 40, Maynard 90
Forest Green Rovers 4
Rawson 45, 52, Winchester 60, Collins 90

Saturday, January 4
Sky Bet League Two
Mansfield Town 0
Grimsby Town 1
Benning o.g. 66

Wednesday, January 1
Sky Bet League Two
Cambridge United 2
Knibbs 3, Taylor 44
Mansfield Town 3
Maynard 36, 71, 81

Sunday, December 29
Sky Bet League Two
Bradford City 2
Vaughan pen 13, pen 83
Mansfield Town 0

Thursday, December 26
Sky Bet League Two
Mansfield Town 2
Maynard 81, Hamilton 90
Port Vale 2
Smith 53, Legge 66

Next Game
Saturday, January 25
Sky Bet League Two
Mansfield Town v Bradford City

Leading Scorer
Nicky Maynard - 11

Last Home Park Visit
August 20, 2016
Sky Bet League Two
Argyle 2
Carey 19, 24
Mansfield Town 0

Manager – Graham Coughlan
Graham Coughlan is a familiar face to the Green Army. Back in 2001, Coughlan signed for Argyle where he stayed for four years and made 177 appearances for the Pilgrims, scoring 25 goals.

During his time here, Cocko was a vital player in the heart of the defence, who assisted Argyle in winning two Football League divisional championships between the years of 2002 and 2004, before joining Sheffield Wednesday in 2005.

He then joined Burnley on loan before signing for Rotherham in 2007, Shrewsbury in 2008 and Southend in 2010, ending his playing career in 2013. The Irishman went on to become a defensive coach at Bristol Rovers in 2018 before taking the caretaker manager role following the departure of Darrell Clarke and Marcus Stewart. Coughlan became the permanent manager in January 2019 but left Rovers last month to take up his role at Mansfield.

Pre-Match View
“When you go to your former club you like to give a good account of yourself. My fate will be in the hands of the players It was five years of success on and off the park down there for me – anything we touched turned to gold. It was brilliant.” Graham Coughlan