Argyle host Reading in EFL Cup - Lowe reaction

ryan lowePlymouth Argyle will host Reading in the EFL Cup second round following a 2-0 first round home win over League Two rivals Leyton Orient.

Argyle boss Ryan Lowe said: “I am delighted we are through and it’s another home tie for us to look forward to because I am sure Reading will bring a ot fans and we’ll have a lot of fans here as always. It makes for an entertaining game.”


LEAGUE TWO Ryan Lowe revolution underway at Argyle

ryan loweThe Ryan Lowe revolution has started at pacesetters Plymouth Argyle.

The 40-year-old former Bury boss is already starting to work his magic at Home Park following a summer pilgrimage south.


SOUTH WEST Football League latest

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Bristol City sign highly-rated Brentford shot-stopper Daniel Bentley on four year deal.

Basildon-born Bentley, 25, will link up with Lee Johnson's Robins on Monday. Fee undisclosed.


"I couldn't have asked for better start" admits Lowe

argyle logo2013Plymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe admits his pacesetting League Two Pilgrims are still a “work in progress” despite getting off to a flying start.

Lowe’s Argyle followed up their best ever opening day away league win, 3-0 at Crewe, with a solid 1-0 home win over Colchester United in front of 10,542 at windswept Home Park.


FOOTBALL LEAGUE latest from around the South West

EFL logo cropEngland Under 21 international Jay Dasilva signs four-year deal at Bristol City FC following permanent switch from Chelsea for an undisclosed fee.

Luton-born Dasilva, 21, spent a successful season-long loan spell with Lee Johnson's Robins last season. 


LEAGUE TWO Goal-hungry Ajose hoping to kick-on

Nicky AjoseNicky Ajose is hungry to score goals having signed for Exeter City.

The former Charlton forward - who helped Mansfield Town reach last season's League Two play-offs - put pen to paper on a deal at St James Park following a successful meeting with manager City boss Matt Taylor.


FORWARD THINKING Fisher relishes City opportunity

alex fisher 2Exeter City's newest recruit Alex Fisher is looking forward to attacking the Big Bank in red and white at St James Park.

The 28 year old former Yeovil Town forward said: “St James Park is the ground where I made my first ever professional start, so I’ve got (good) memories of the stadium. I played last year when the new stand was finished and it really added a new dimension.


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