NON LEAGUE Hodges and Fallon team up at Truro City

returning Truro City boss Lee Hodges image courtesy and copyright DAVE ROWNTREETRURO CITY have reappointed former boss LEE HODGES as new manager of their National League South first team.

Hodges, 42, will be assisted by former Plymouth Argyle team-mate and target man RORY FALLON who ended the season as a non-contract player for promoted League Two side Bristol Rovers.

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SOUTH WEST FOOTBALL SHORTS June 2, 2016

Leicester born former Leicester City and Kidderminster Harriers playmaker AMAN VERMA, 29, agrees new deal to stay at National League Torquay United FC next season.

Verma joined United - managed by former Kiddy defender Kevin Nicholson - on loan last season and played a major part in the Gulls' Great Escape from relegation.

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PLAY-OFF PICTURE: The Players

Plymouth Argyle Football Club crestPlay-offs tend to be a real mixed bag for players.

Promotion at Wembley is something few will forget but the disappointment and pressure of playing one game with the whole season on the line can cause an adverse effect.

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SOUTH WEST FOOTBALL SHORTS June 1, 2016

Torquay United targetman NATHAN BLISSETT agrees terms to stay at Plainmoor next season.

The six foot four 25-year-old West Bromwich-born former Bristol Rovers centre forward scored eight crucial goals to help Kevin Nicholson's United engineer a famous Great Escape from relegation last season, ensuring the Gulls' National League status.

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Adams' Argyle must make most of "fabulous position"

Plymouth Argyle FC crestPlymouth Argyle FC have no new injury concerns ahead of Saturday's pivotal League 2 clash against play-off hopefuls AFC Wimbledon at Home Park. 

Argyle's only injury absentee is target man Ryan Brunt, meaning manager Derek Adams has a host of selection dilemmas as the promotion-chasing Pilgrims aim to get back on track following a 2-1 Devon Derby reverse at Exeter City FC.

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PLAY-OFF PICTURE: The Manager

Plymouth Argyle Football Club crestPlymouth Argyle’s Scottish manager Derek Adams will take charge of his first League Two play-off semi-final at Portsmouth tonight (1945ko).

The 40-year-old Glaswegian offers a manager's perspective on what it's like to prepare for tonight's highly charged first leg atmosphere... with the ultimate goal of a Wembley final on Monday May 31.

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Fit-again Carey wants to kick-on with Plymouth Argyle

Free scoring Plymouth Argyle playmaker GRAHAM CAREY image courtesy PAFC copyright Dave RowntreeFree scoring playmaker Graham Carey has given high-flying Plymouth Argyle a boost ahead of Saturday's game at Yeovil Town by declaring himself “pretty much 100 per cent fit” after recovering from a knee injury. 

"It was a freak injury but it happens in football and you've just got to get over it quickly. It gave me a chance to get some freshness back in the legs and I'm ready to go," says the 26-year-old former Republic of Ireland U21 ace.

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