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Argyle Chat: Farewell to a podcast regular, pre-season fixtures and new recruits
Argyle Chat returns after a brief break (Stu decided to go on holiday) and just as the 'Three Amigos' get together to record once again, one of the regulars announce they are leaving the Herald/Plymouth Live!
We bid an emotional farewell at the end of the show (although he has promised to continue being a podcast guest) but only after discussing all the latest goings on at Home Park.
Pre-season is well underway with matches played and plenty of new arrivals at the Theatre of Greens. We discuss those and wonder what areas are left for manager Ryan Lowe to address to complete his squad rebuild.
The fixtures are out, not that anyone can watch inside stadiums right now of course, but there is some good news regarding live streaming and iFollow from the EFL.
So grab yourself a drink (maybe some tissues as well) and enjoy the latest episode of Argyle Chat!
Argyle Chat: New signings, departures and a new season back in League One
With Plymouth Argyle back in pre-season training, thoughts turn towards the 2020/21 season and a return to League One for Ryan Lowe and the Pilgrims.
As is always the case - not necessarily this time of year, but at this stage of pre-season - players are coming and going from Home Park, so we take a look at the signings made by Lowe so far.
Luke McCormick, Ryan Hardie and Frank Nouble have arrived at Home Park, while Calum McFadzean has decided to leave and return north for family reasons.
We also discuss the pros and cons of a wage cap in the EFL and the tough choices made by fans on buying season tickets when a return to stadiums is still unknown.
So pour yourself a drink, sit back and relax and enjoy your latest dose of Argyle Chat!
Argyle Chat: Gritton and Stonebridge renew their partnership and take a trip down Memory Lane
Former Plymouth Argyle strikers Martin Gritton and Ian Stonebridge take over the show this week s we take a trip down Memory Lane and relive their days with the Pilgrims.
The two were young, wide-eyed footballers dreaming of the big time when they were paired together at Home Park and struck up not just a good partnership on the field but a close partnership off it as well.
With the help of Stuart James and Chris Errington, we talk about the 'good old days' and what it was like playing for Argyle at that time, their careers and what they are up to now football is little more than a distant memory.
A huge thank you to both Gritts and Stoney for agreeing to do the podcast and we hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we did recording it.
So pour yourself a drink (it is a long one this week) sit back and enjoy an hour long special of Argyle Chat.
Argyle Chat with Antoni Sarcevic: My Love for the Green Army
This week's Argyle Chat welcomes a very special guest to the show as departing player of the year Antoni Sarcevic kindly joined us to talk about his time with the Pilgrims and his decision to leave Home Park.
Signed by Derek Adams in January 2017, the former Chester, Fleetwood and Shrewsbury midfielder has had a great time in the Westcountry, where he was able to revive his football career and become a firm fans' favourite as well.
The 'Manchester Messi' talks candidly about his decision to leave,m his time with the Pilgrims and gives his view on the nickname handed him by the Green Army.
Sarcevic also answers the many questions sent in to us, before giving an emotional farewell to the Green Army that lauded his performances in a green shirt... and I think it's safe to say you haven't heard or seen the last of the popular now former Pilgrim just yet.
So sit back and enjoy your regular dose of Argyle Chat with the Manchester Messi!
Lowe to Bolton? A farewell to Sarce and the return of football
As the joy of promotion subsides somewhat, thoughts of next season have already started and what sort of squad manager Ryan Lowe will have in League One. But will he be around to see it? The gaffer has been linked with the managerial vacancy at Bolton Wanderers and is one of many topics discussed by Chris Errington, Jak Ball and host Stuart James in this week's show. We also discuss contracts and assess those that have signed and those that have not; what lies in store for Argyle's younger players and discuss the return of football after a three-month shutdown due to the CV-19 pandemic. So get yourself a drink, sit back and enjoy 40 minutes of Argyle Chat.
PROMOTION AT LAST! The Greens Are Going Up!
The long wait is finally over for fans of Plymouth Argyle, who can now look forward to League One football after the Pilgrims' promotion from League Two was confirmed last week.
Chris Errington and Jak Ball join host Stuart James to reflect on an eventful week and the most peculiar of seasons, which was obviously cut short due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
We address a host of questions form our listeners and reflect on the retained list, which was also announced last week.
Can Argyle kick on again? Which of the loan stars could return to Home Park? There's plenty to discuss, so sit back and enjoy your latest dose of Argyle Chat.