Monday, 18 October 2010

Argyle set to be sustainable

Despite Plymouth's poor start to the season leaving them just one point away above the relegation places, executive director Keith Todd has suggested that things will soon be looking up for the club.

Having given his full backing to manager Peter Reid, a man who he believes has done an excellent job so far in difficult circumstances, Todd has now claimed Plymouth will be able to reduce their high wage bill at the end of the season.

This would allow the manager to rebuild the squad and mould it into one that is sustainable in terms of cost, but also capable of lifting the side out of League One and on the road to the long journey back up the divisions, something the football betting suggests they won't be doing this term.

However, in the short term, Argyle and the club's fans need to focus on turning their season around and ensuring they do not spend too long hanging around the drop zone into League Two.

If Plymouth can do the very least expected of them by their passionate fans and achieve mid-table security sooner rather than later, the club has a manager who can guide them to bigger and better things, as long as he is given a fair spell of time in charge.

In the meantime, Argyle fans need to hope that England win the right to host the 2018 World Cup so the club can carry out its plans to build a new stadium.
Meanwhile, some people are now making Middlesbrough betting tips to slide down into League One next season.

The side had started the Championship as one of the favourites for promotion, but they have failed to shine under Gordon Strachan.

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