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Classy midfielder Adam Randell is one of the recent success stories of the Argyle Academy.

Adam came through the ranks at Home Park, making a handful of appearances in cup competitions and occasionally as substitute in the EFL whilst a teenager. 

The 2020/21 season, which Randell spent on loan at Torquay, was arguably the making of the Plymouth-born midfielder, as he played 45 times for the Gulls, who came very close to being promoted from the Vanarama National League. 

The boy had become a man, and when he returned to Home Park, having signed a new contract, his involvement in the first team steadily increased. He played 31 times during the 2021/22 season, including eight league starts, and scored his first Argyle goal with a stunning free-kick at Sheffield Wednesday. 

In 2022/23, Randell became a fixture in the side, and added to his goal tally with a series of outside-the-box efforts, as well as impressing with his dazzling range of passing. 

In the summer of 2023, Randell committed himself to Argyle by signing a new contract to remain at Home Park until 2026.