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The Weekend Visitors

31 January 2020

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OUR regular look at the opposing team, as Argyle welcome Newport County to Home Park on Saturday.

Fixture
Sky Bet League Two
Argyle v Newport County
Home Park 
Saturday, February 1, 2020
3pm

Match Referee
Ollie Yates

Contact
Newport County Football Club
Rodney Parade
Rodney Road
Newport
NP19 0UU
01633 415376
www.newport-county.co.uk  
www.facebook.com/newportcountyafc
www.twitter.com/NewportCounty  
office@newport-county.co.uk

League Position
11th in Sky Bet League Two

Last Five Results
Tuesday, January 28
Sky Bet League Two
Newport County 1
Labadie 34
Macclesfield Town 0

Saturday, January 25
Sky Bet League Two
Leyton Orient 2
Haynes o.g. 81, Sotiriou 89
Newport County 1
Matt 90

Saturday, January 18
Sky Bet League Two
Newport County 2
Sheehan 1, Matt 49
Swindon Town 0

Saturday, January 11
Sky Bet League Two
Scunthorpe United 1
Eisa 38
Newport County 2
Matt 72, Amond 76

Tuesday, January 7
Leasing.com Trophy
Newport County 3
Abrahams 4, Amond 25, Sorinola o.g. 35
MK Dons 0

Next Game
Tuesday, February 4
Leasing.com Trophy
Newport County v Leicester City U21

Leading Scorer Last Season
Padraig Amond – 7

Last Home Park Visit
April 17, 2017
Sky Bet League Two
Argyle 6
Kennedy 39, 65, Jervis 42, 73, Carey 52, Taylor 58
Newport County 1
Williams 90

Manager – Michael Flynn
Flynn was a much-travelled midfielder in his playing days, starring for the likes of Gillingham, Wigan, Bradford and Newport in three separate spells. He was appointed Newport caretaker-manager in March 2017 and brilliantly steered the club away from what seemed like certain relegation out of the Football League. He then masterminded famous FA Cup victories over Leicester and Leeds, as well as reaching the League Two Play-Off Final last season.

Pre-Match View
“Saturday, Tuesday, Saturday, Tuesday now. As long as we keep everybody fit, maybe it might be a good thing because we can get some momentum. You don’t want it to just flitter out and be a boring end to the season, of course we want to do well.” Michael Flynn


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