Sunday, 29 June 2008
Tuesday, 24 June 2008
Duguid to be True
Friday, 20 June 2008
is written by Chuck, and follows the progress of Sturrock of Arabia's former club. Read what the Arabs are getting up to before this year's preseason friendly.
Wednesday, 18 June 2008
Puncheon has been at Barnet since 2006 and made 42 starts for the Bees in the 2006/07 season and made 48 appearances last season scoring 11 goals.
Without doubt it is a little relief that a player has come in after all the departures (and potential departures), but it doesn't really go far enough considering the very small nature of the squad. Additionally Sturrock has once again looked at lower league players who do not have Championship experience. But at the moment, anyone is welcome to sign!
Monday, 16 June 2008
The Christmas fixtures see Argyle home to Southampton, followed by Cardiff away on Sunday 28th. The next league match will not be till the 10th January due to FA Cup fixtures. The season rounds off at home for once verses Barnsley.
Bristol City, Swansea and Southampton away are on Tuesday night.
Friday, 13 June 2008
As per last year's concerts are Home Park, the following advice has been issued to concert goers:
There is NO parking at Home Park (except for disabled person's parking).
Concert goers are advised to park at:
- The George Park & Ride, Southway (free parking) and catch the P&R1 route, return fare £2.50. The buses will operate until the last passenger has departed Home Park*
- Western Approach car park (£2.40 after 4pm) and catch 1, 1a, 14, 81 [First Bus], 16, 29, 43 [Citybus] routes from the stop outside the car park, normal fares apply and tickets are not transferable between bus companies
Traveline Public Transport Journey Planner
Your entrance turnstiles are labelled on your ticket, the DEVONPORT stand (blocks 1 - 6) entrances are the ones facing the main car park under the "Plymouth Argyle Welcomes You" sign; the LYNDHURST (blocks 7 - 16) run down the left hand side of the ground, and the BARN PARK (blocks 17 - 23) are around the back - walk past the Lyndhurst to the far end of the ground and turn right. STANDING is on the pitch - you will need to retain your ticket at all times to have access to this area (transfer between seating and standing areas is completely prohibited).
Home Park is COMPLETELY No Smoking - this includes in the concourse, toilets, seating and standing areas.
*note the Coypool and Central Park Park & Ride sites will not be running
The full draw is:
Preston North End v Chesterfield
Chester City v Leeds United
Leicester City v Stockport
Sheffield United v Port Vale
Grimsby Town v Tranmere Rovers
Crewe Alexandra v Barnsley
Hartlepool United v Scunthorpe United
Derby County v Lincoln City
Notts County v Doncaster Rovers
Sheffield Wednesday v Rotherham
Shrewsbury Town v Carlisle United
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Accrington Stanley
Bury v Burnley
Rochdale v Oldham Athletic
Nottingham Forest v Morecambe
Huddersfield Town v Bradford City
Macclesfield Town v Blackpool
Walsall v Darlington
Coventry City v Aldershot Town
Milton Keynes Dons v Norwich City
Wycombe Wanderers v Birmingham City
Brighton & Hove Albion v Barnet
Gillingham v Colchester United
Southend United v Cheltenham Town
Swansea City v Brentford
Luton Town v Plymouth Argyle
Exeter City v Southampton
Watford v Bristol Rovers
AFC Bournemouth v Cardiff City
Bristol City v Peterborough United
Charlton Athletic v Yeovil Town
Millwall v Northampton Town
Swindon Town v Queens Park Rangers
Crystal Palace v Hereford United
Dagenham & Redbridge v Reading
Ipswich Town v Leyton Orient
Wednesday, 11 June 2008
And it doesn't help that it seems that even Stapleton and Sturrock are apathetic about next season. Although Stapleton has said that Hull have 'shown the way' (article) by not spending a lot of money in what he believes will be a tougher season. Frankly the tone of the whole article is quite negative and once again bemoans the low gate numbers as the root of all Argyle's woes. How often has that been trundled out? And likewise Sturrock has stated that he will not have a full squad because of wage costs.
Ho humm. Here we go round again...
Sunday, 8 June 2008
It looks like Luke's future at the club will become untenable, and his career is potentially over for good.
Saturday, 7 June 2008
McCormick was driving his Range Rover which was involved in the crash with a Toyota Previa on Saturday morning.
Sky Sports article
Monday, 2 June 2008
14 July: Tiverton Town; Stadium Road
15 July: Weston-super-Mare; Woodspring Stadium
18 July: Kidderminster Harriers; Aggborough
21 July: Jiul Petrosani (Austria)
24 July: FC Nuremburg (Austria)
29 July: Yeovil Town; Huish park
30 July: Truro City; Treyew Road
2 August: Dundee Town; Home Park
4 August: Swindon Town; The County Ground