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Centre-back Dan Scarr signed a new contract in May 2023 to extend his Argyle stint by another two years. 

Dominant in the air and a true leader, Dan arrived at Home Park at precisely the right time, in the summer of 2021, when the Greens were sorely in need of strong defensive options. 

In his first two seasons, the second of which saw Argyle promoted as Sky Bet League One champions, Scarr played 78 times, scoring four goals. 

Scarr started his footballing journey in non-league, playing for local sides Causeway United and Redditch United before signing for Northern Premier League outfit Stourbridge in 2015. During his time at Stourbridge, he caught the eye of a number of high-profile clubs, and opted to sign for Birmingham City, the club he supports, for an undisclosed fee.

Having only managed one Carabao Cup game for Blues, and after a loan spell with Wycombe Wanderers, Scarr swapped Birmingham for another West Midlands side, Walsall, for whom he played nearly 100 times, before Argyle snapped him up.