PLYMOUTH ARGYLE Schumacher delight at promotion

Plymouth Argyle boss Steven Schumacher admitted his delight as the greens beat resilient Burton Albion 1-0 to clinch automatic promotion in front of their home fans in a sold out crowd of 16,634.

Schumacher said: “I am overjoyed. It’s been an amazing season, an amazing campaign and to finish it off here on a sunny day in Devon – when the sun’s not been out for weeks – in front of our home fans it’s just amazing.”


ARGYLE vs ROVERS Managers post-match reaction

Plymouth Argyle boss Steven Schumacher remains “calm” after his League One leaders edged closer towards automatic promotion with a 2-0 home win over Bristol Rovers.

Schumacher said: “It was hugely important in this three-game week we get as many points at home as we can but we know there’s still work to do. We are not over the line yet.


ARGYLE Schumacher measured after seven point haul

argyle logo2013Manager Steven Schumacher admitted his frustration as promotion-chasing Plymouth Argyle were held to a goalless League One draw at Home Park.

Measured as ever Schumacher admitted: “It was one of those days. But if you’d said to me we would take two wins and a draw from this week’s three games? I’d have taken seven points.”


PLYMOUTH ARGYLE "must do better" says Schumacher

Plymouth Argyle boss Steven Schumacher is hoping for a reaction from his promotion-chasing squad on Saturday following only their second home League defeat, 2-0 against Lincoln City.

Schumacher said: “The next game is a good one for us, away at Exeter, which is a huge game for us, so hopefully we can get a reaction out of the players.”


SCHUMACHER targets 50 points at Cheltenham...

Steven Schumacher’s Plymouth Argyle returned to winning ways - and the League One summit - thanks to a 2-1 home win over basement side Morecambe.

Schumacher beamed: “To have 47 points before the halfway stage and top of the league going into Christmas Day everybody can be really pleased about that.


SCHUMACHER DELIGHT at 17th home league win

argyle logo2013Steven Schumacher was delighted with his promotion-chasing Plymouth side as they scored at “perfect times” to beat League One basement side Forest Green Rovers 2-0.

“The most important thing today was that we got the win,” admitted Schumacher.


SCHUMACHER Philosophical after first home defeat

Plymouth Argyle boss Steven Schumacher remained philosophical and grounded following his side's first home League One defeat of the season, 2-0 against spirited Port Vale.

Schumacher - whose side stay top of League One - admitted: “We didn’t play well. I thought Port Vale deserved the win they were the better team probably throughout the game.


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