GULLS AIM TO NAME NEW BOSS ON MONDAY

torquay united football club logoTorquay United chairman Simon Baker has confirmed the board’s decision to appoint a new first team manager as soon as, practically, possible.

 

Baker told southwestsportsnews this morning: “As a board we really feel that we must make an appointment by Monday.

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PIRATES BUCKLE UP WITH NEW BOSS

bristol rovers club badgeBristol Rovers have confirmed Paul Buckle as their new manager and the man they hope will help them bounce back to League One.

Buckle, 40, has a superb track record after leading Torquay United back to the Football League within two seasons of starting his first mangerial post in summer 2007.

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BUCKLE HOPING FOR HOME CHEER

torquay united football club crestTorquay United manager Paul Buckle is hoping for home cheer for the first leg of the Gulls' League Two play-off semi-final against Shrewsbury Town tomorrow at Plainmoor (1745).

Gulls boss Buckle - who has led the yellows to three end of season play offs in his four seasons at the South Devon club - selects from a full squad, and is able to include on-loan Shrewsbury forward Jake Robinson, who scored twice against his parent club in United's best-of-the-season 5-0 home win over Town in March.

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GULLS WING INTO PLAY-OFF FINAL

torquay united crest Torquay United will play Stevenage in the League Two play off final at Old Trafford on Saturday May 28 (1500).

Paul Buckle's Gulls drew 0-0 at Shrewsbury tonight to record a 2-0 aggregate win over Town while Stevenage won 1-0 at Accrington Stanley for a 3-0 aggregate success.

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ARGYLE FACE MUST-WIN MATCH AGAINST SAINTS

plymouth argyle football club logoPlymouth Argyle must win their penultimate League One game of the season at home to Southampton this afternoon (Home Park 1500) to be in with a last-day shout of staying up.

Following back to back 1-0 wins - at Dagenham & Redbridge and home to MK Dons - Argyle's Devon derby defeat by the same scoreline at Exeter on Saturday means they must win their final two (home) games to stand any chance of retaining their League One status.

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