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The Green Army have made a plea to bring super-fan Karamo Camara from Gambia to Home Park to watch Argyle's last home match of this sure-to-be promotion season against Crewe Alexandra. Members of the PAFC Free Chat Facebook group have been discussing over the last couple of days the logistics of flying Camara over from his hometown in Gambia - 2,648 miles away. Camara has become well-known amongst Argyle fans for his enthusiasm for the club on Facebook and his works in his local village...
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Karl Robinson has been told the budget will be there as he looks to build a squad capable of challenging for promotion to The Championship next season.The Charlton Athletic manager conceded that the budget talks are always the most difficult meeting of the year but things have been settled.I've been told that the board are going to work hard to give me what I need and I've been told that I am completely in control of the players that I want to bring in, he...
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Bullish Lincoln City skipper Luke Waterfall says the Imps remain in pole position for automatic promotion and insists he would not swap places with either of their title rivals. The race for the National League title closed up again this week as the Imps were pegged back by a late equaliser in their 1-1 draw at Sutton United. Meanwhile, Tranmere Rovers overcame Dover Athletic 1-0 to move level on points with Danny Cowley's side, while Forest Green Rovers are a point back in third having...
Plymouth Herald
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Tickets for Plymouth Argyle's big League Two trip to Portsmouth on Good Friday went on sale on Wednesday morning - and they've been selling like hot cakes. That's not surprising given that Argyle could very well seal promotion at Fratton Park that day. The Pilgrims need just nine more points to make that happen and with two games against Accrington Stanley (home) and Crawley Town (away) before then, they stand a good chance of making things official at Portsmouth. READ NEXT: Derek Adams...
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Tickets for Plymouth Argyle's big League Two trip to Portsmouth on Good Friday went on sale on Wednesday morning - and they've been selling like hot cakes. That's not surprising given that Argyle could very well seal promotion at Fratton Park that day. The Pilgrims need just nine more points to make that happen and with two games against Accrington Stanley (home) and Crawley Town (away) before then, they stand a good chance of making things official at Portsmouth. READ NEXT: Derek Adams...
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