SCHUMACHER "Great start but it's only 10 games in..."

Plymouth boss Steven Schumacher praised his table-topping League One side’s belief following their 2-1 comeback win over Ipswich.

Schumacher said: “We said to them at half-time keep believing, they did and got their reward.”


Schumacher looks ahead to top of table clash

Plymouth Argyle boss Steven Schumacher praised substitute Morgan Whittaker for his 70th minute winner in the 1-0 League One victory over Oxford at rain-lashed Home Park.

Schumacher said: “That’s what Morgan can do. I’m really pleased for him. I have to pick a starting team and a finishing team and he was on the finishing team and he’s won us the game today.”


Best way to start the season - Schumacher reaction

argyle logo2013Manager Steven Schumacher admitted Plymouth Argyle’s 1-0 home League One win over Barnsley was the “best way to start the season”.

“It’s three points on the board and a clean sheet so we’ve got to be happy with that,” admitted Schumacher.


FA STATEMENT Football postponed, united in respect

The FAHer Majesty the Queen was a long-standing Patron of The Football Association and has left a lasting and indelible legacy on our national game.

As a mark of respect, following the passing of Her Majesty the Queen, English football has united to postpone all football fixtures between 9-11 September. This follows Government guidance, which encourages sporting organisations to show respect in an appropriate way.


PLYMOUTH ARGYLE Craske signs first pro contract

Finley Craske signsHomegrown teenage defender Finley Craske has signed his first professional contract at Plymouth Argyle.

The 19-year-old Argyle Academy graduate, who has been at the club since the age of seven, made a huge impact whilst on loan to city neighbours Plymouth Parkway last season, helping them win promotion to the Southern League Premier Division.


Schumacher: Argyle still have "plenty to work on..."

PLYMOUTH manager Steven Schumacher was delighted with his Argyle side as they overturned Wednesday’s 2-0 EFL Cup knockout by Peterborough to beat them 2-0 in League One at Home Park.

The forward-thinking Argyle boss also admitted "We’re getting there but there’s still plenty to work on."


POST MATCH REACTION Schumacher and Duff

EFL logo cropPlymouth Argyle boss Steven Schumacher praised his League One top form side as they made it six League One wins on the spin by beating visiting Cheltenham 2-0.

Schumacher said: “That’s six clean sheets, which is brilliant and it’s not just the goalkeeper and the defenders, it’s everybody, it’s such a team effort to keep a clean sheet and it’s not easy but we’ve done it again.”


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