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HAPPY ATD NEW YEAR




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KEVIN JOHNSON
In 19 games he yellow carded 62 and red carded 5
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Swindon low down on the game

Swindon Town boss Richie Wellens is keen to see his team react positively to last weekend's hiccup when they face Plymouth Argyle on New Year’s Day.

With the full opening of Argyle’s refurnished Mayflower stand, close to 18,000 fans are expected to cram into the ground.
Wellens is excited at the prospect of sending his players out to quieten 90 per cent of those fans,Town have sold over 1,000 tickets in the away end, he is hoping the game is given a referee that will not be overawed by the occasion

Team news

Richie Wellens admits teenage centre-back Taylor Curran could be in line to start away at Plymouth Argyle on New Year’s Day after the club’s defensive injury crisis worsened against Port Vale on Sunday. As well as long-term absentee Dion Conroy, Zeki Fryers and Tom Broadbent are both expected to be out for at least another week with muscle problems, while Mathieu Baudry and Ellis Iandolo both suffered fresh injuries in the 2-0 loss at Vale Park.

That leaves Paul Caddis, Rob Hunt and Gabriel Zakuani as the only fit and available defenders in the squad to have started a Football League fixture previously.

Swindon game plan

Wellens, We’ll come up with ideas and see what we can do in terms of nullifying what Plymouth can do because they’re a really good team. But we still want to continue to do what we’re good at without losing that fluidity

Paul Caddis is relishing the opportunity of playing in front of a season high audience. If we can keep the ball and frustrate them, the home fans can turn on the players and it can help us to try and win the game. Might be Eoin Doyle last game to shine for Swindon as Bradford City might recall the striker


Argyle view on the game

Ryan Lowe expects his Plymouth Argyle players to rise to the occasion at a packed Home Park on New Year’s Day for the game against League Two leaders Swindon Town

Lowe said I have got a lot of respect for Richie. We are good mates really, He is on the same journey as me. He has done a good job at Oldham and then he did a good job with Swindon last season Rich has got them playing the right way, the right brand of football, hence we know it’s going to be a tough test.

Swindon Town are more than just the goals of striker Eoin Doyle, Plymouth Argyle manger Ryan Lowe has warned. They have got loads of good players.Doyle is their spear head, who is on loan from Bradford City, has netted an incredible 22 goals in 21 games  since signing in mid-August. The next best in the division is his own team-mate Jerry Yates, who has netted 10 times.

Argyle team news

No new injuries, Skipper Gary Sawyer will return to the Plymouth Argyle squad. He missed the game on Sunday due to a family issue.
Will Aimson and striker Ryan Taylor are still on the casualty list, but no mention of Callum McFadzean

Transfers news

Bristol City youngster Tyreeq Bakinson is edging closer to a loan move to League Two outfit Plymouth Argyle with the January transfer market just around the corner,

Rangers loanee Zak Rudden has told Plymouth Rag that discussions are imminent amid a potential extension to his stint with Plymouth Argyle. When he made the move to England in August, he was scheduled to return to Ibrox in January. However, it seems that may not necessarily be the case.


Mayflower news

The happy couple who are making the fans happy

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THERE will be legends in the house when Argyle take on Swindon Town on a momentous day in Pilgrim history. As well as the massive New Year’s Day showdown on the pitch, tomorrow also represents a special day for all Greens, as the new Mayflower Grandstand is fully opened for the first time. To help mark the occasion, we will be joined by a group of Argyle legends, including former promotion-winning manager Neil Warnock, Ronnie Mauge, Tommy Tynan, goalkeeping hero Geoff Crudgington and  John Uzzell.

Neil Warnock and Ronnie Mauge will be in the Home Park Superstore from 12.30pm – 1pm,

Woody is back with his dad.

I got a feeling there might be a display by the fans, Will the display read Mayflower 400?

Hard game to call  I am going for a 2 - 1 Argyle win

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Who's Woody?
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Earwegoagain wrote:
Who's Woody?

In this case, the drummer from Bastille. A big Argyle supporter.
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Who's Woody?



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CHRIS Wood, percussionist with top Brit indie band Bastille, has played in stadia all around the world, but Home Park is where his heart is.

Woody will be among the thousands flocking to the Theatre of Greens on New Year’s Day to see the in-form Pilgrims take on Sky Bet League Two leaders Swindon Town as the magnificent new Mayflower Grandstand is fully opened for the first time.

He would not be anywhere else than alongside dad Derek, who took him to his first Argyle game when Dwight Marshall, Nicky Marker and current goalkeeping coach Rhys Wilmot were making a noise on the pitch.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Swindon town new year day game   Plymouth Argyle v Swindon town new year day game EmptyWed Jan 01, 2020 5:38 am

Was wrong yesterday re average attendance. Thought Stevenage had already been added but it hadnt
Sat at 10,086 currently according to Wiki

I reckon 14,500 today and a very tight 1-1 draw
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I'm feeling confident about getting something out of the game, but then there is always the Argo are usually shit in front a big crowd showcase game factor - hopefully not today.
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From Argyle media

HAPPY New Year!

WEDNESDAY’S game against Swindon Town is our 12th home league Sky Bet League Two match of the 2019-20 season; we have won our previous five previous games at Home Park.

THE match will be celebrating the full official opening of the new £8m-plus Mayflower Grandstand, and the launch of Mayflower 400, marking the start of worldwide celebrations to mark the sailing of the Mayflower to ‘the New World.’

THE game kicks off at 3pm.

MATCH-DAY admission prices are £25 for adults; £20 for over 65s and under 23s; £11 for under 18s; £8 for under 12s; and £3 for under 8s.

RECEPTION at Home Park is in the Ticket Office and will be open from 10am on match-day.

THE Home Park Superstore is also open from 10am. Between 12.30-1pm, Neil Warnock and Ronnie Mauge, heroes of the 1995-96 promotion-winning Pilgrims, will be in the Superstore for signings and selfies.

OUR Match-Day Mania special is half-price on the official 2020 Argyle calendar. Our winter sale also continues.

WE have two Fan Zones open before the match to allow supporters soak up the pre-match vibe; sample some pre-match entertainment; get a bite to eat and have a drink; and enjoy each other’s company: from 11am at the Devonport end, and from 11.30am outside the new Mayflower Grandstand. Admission is free to all.

THE ground will be open for the match from 1.30pm. Turnstile 16 will stay open until 3.30pm and Turnstile 6 will remain open until five minutes after the second half kicks off.

AWAY fans will be able to pay on the day (cash or card) on Gate 22 at the Barn Park end of Home Park; this will also be a late gate.

THERE is free car-parking in the Outland Road Park & Ride Car-Park adjacent to Home Park, but this will fill up early. Street parking in the area is available, but please take care to note local restrictions. Our advice is to use public transport whenever possible.

A SPECIAL edition of the Pilgrim match-day programme, commemorating the official full opening of the new Mayflower Grandstand, has been produced for the game. The 96-page publication includes a stunning pictorial timeline of the grandstand construction, from Day One of demolition to the completion of the magnificent £8m-plus Mayflower and retails at £5. There is also our new-for-2019-20 children’s programme, which costs just 50p.

BEFORE the game, we will be holding the latest instalment of our regular Crossbar Challenge, with someone selected from the crowd at this time at every home game to step on to the pitch and attempt to kick the ball onto the crossbar. An £800 prize awaits a successful challenger. In the event that the crossbar is not hit, the £800 rolls over to the prize fund for the next home game, making the pot £850. The prize fund will roll over by £50 week on week, until somebody is able to strike the crossbar. We only select from seats that are clearly occupied at 1.55pm – so to be in with a chance of playing the Crossbar Challenge, supporters need to be seated before then.

THE Match Sponsor is Devon Contract Waste. Established in 1989, Devon Contract Waste is a leading independent provider of cost-effective, environmentally sustainable commercial waste solutions, including data destruction. DCW provide a suite of confidential waste disposal services, which are all performed in compliance with GDPR legislation, to ensure that you do not fall foul of the law and end up paying potentially huge fines.

MATCH-BALL Sponsor is Just Acer. Based in the South West, Just Acer deliver superior refurbished Acer products at a reduced fee to a consumer/business-based market. Just Acer are also a genuine supplier of hardware and cosmetic components for all Acer products. Maybe your machine has a damaged screen, or maybe you are looking to increase the storage capacity by upgrading the HDD? Should this be the case, why not give their team a call for a no-obligation quotation.

MATCH-PROGRAMME Sponsor ITEC, Technology Partner to Plymouth Argyle since 2014, is one of the UK’s leading technology managed service providers. They are on a mission to drive companies to success through powerful technology strategies and partnerships and work with thousands of businesses, schools and organisations across the UK to push the boundaries of what is possible — consulting, building and supporting a technology ecosystem that galvanises business growth, employee happiness, and customer satisfaction.

THE food and drink kiosks inside Home Park will be offering Meal Deals throughout the day.

THERE will be a 50-50 Lottery half-time prize draw, with tickets available from the usual sellers. Former Pilgrims Geoff Crudgington, Tommy Tynan and John Uzzell – more than 1,000 appearances and 152 goals between them – will make the draw.

PLYMOUTH Parkway Under-11 Colts are taking part in a small-sided game, organized by the Argyle Community, at half-time. This is part of a full package which includes match tickets, a stadium tour, lunch, shop discount, discounted Community Trust roadshow courses and a signed football from the first-team squad.

ALSO at half-time, we will be joined by Charles Hackett, Chief Executive Officer of Mayflower 400, which launches on January 1, and good number of Mayflower Makers volunteers who will be hosting groups and promoting our city over the course of 2020 to commemorate Mayflower 400.

PLYMOUTH Argyle is a community-focused, values-driven organisation, whose stated aim is to make attending football matches as inclusive and enjoyable as possible for all members of society. We have a zero-tolerance approach to anyone who thinks it is acceptable to bully, intimidate or discriminate against a fellow supporter, player or member of club staff. We encourage supporters to report any instance of inappropriate comments, chanting or behaviour – you can do this to the nearest steward, or to the club, or via our match-day reporting service: text ARGYLE and your message to 66777.

SUPPORTERS are reminded that they will be banned from attending any football match in this country for at least three years if they use, or even attempt to use, a pyrotechnic device at Home Park. It is not fun; it is not acceptable; it is not legal.

ACCESS to seating in many areas of the ground has become something of an increasing problem, especially for our disabled supporters, so it is essential to keep the walkways clear. Thank you for your understanding.

AT Argyle, we have a duty of care to everyone who visits Home Park and, in keeping with our Vision and Values, we take that duty very seriously. That is why we ask all supporters to respect our requests to refrain from persistent standing. Thank you.

IT is a criminal offence to enter a sports ground whilst drunk and to bring alcohol into the ground. Anyone trying to enter Home Park whilst drunk will be refused entry and anyone found attempting to bring alcohol into the ground will be handed to the police. There is a three-year football banning order linked to these offences.

IT is also a criminal offence to enter the field of play. Pitch incursions pose a threat to the safety of players, officials and spectators and will result in the Pilgrims being disciplined by the Football Association. Such incidents have resulted in clubs being charged and subsequently fined up to £200,000 by Regulatory Commissions.

THE following articles must not be brought into the ground: knives, fireworks, smoke canisters, air-horns, flares, weapons, dangerous or hazardous items, laser devices, bottles, glass vessels, cans, poles and any article that might be used as a weapon and/or compromise public safety. Anyone found to be in possession of any of these articles inside the ground could face a criminal prosecution and will receive an immediate and indefinite banning order from Home Park
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I already posted this may happen, ATD first with the news,

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If you’re sat in blocks 10-14 today you will find either a white or green sheet tied to your seat. ‬

‪Please hold it high above your head when the players take to the pitch today to help us form our display! ‬

PAFC Displays mayflower 400
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I am going for 15,600 for the crowd size
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Swindon town new year day game   Plymouth Argyle v Swindon town new year day game EmptyWed Jan 01, 2020 12:01 pm

Very tough one to call, I'm seeing a two one but not sure who to. I think Doyle will be the difference so I'm saying home loss.
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Off to HP again for me, Argo will have to play better than the shit show from the other day to avoid a stuffing, but i think they will be outclassed to day, two nil Swindon
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I hope the players react positively to such a large partisan crowd and do their job. A 14k+ crowd would be a great practice for when we get back in the Championship!
Have a good day everyone at the theatre of dreams. cheers
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Argo will get a mauling today.

4-0 to Swindon
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I remember years ago, a 4=3 win to argyle. Here's hoping
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I think we'll get punished severely if we once again fail to put away the numerous chances we are getting.
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First two good chances spurned by Canavan and Sarce lets hope that doesn't continue, cooper playing some great balls through.
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Yovo v Turks on radio Devon today. Yovo just had player sent off for stamping on the Turks keeper!
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The Turks just gone 1-0 down earweg
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Same scenario, as Woking game opposition man sent off and gone down one nil - let's hope they can come back again for a win.
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Sounds like Argo hanging on after a bright start.
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akagreengull wrote:
Geddon Telford 1 - 0 another great Cooper ball.
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Bollox
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Swindon should go on to win very comfortably now. Lowe's losers are no match for these.
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Cheers Reg and bollox to that score. Yay for Telford followed by a FFS for the equaliser, I fear Swindon will get another now.
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