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Plymouth are managed by Derek Adams, with the former Ross County boss replacing John Sheridan in June 2015. Adams enjoyed a decent debut season in charge of the Pilgrims, but suffered heartbreak in the League Two play-offs, however he then led the south coast side to automatic promotion up to League One in 2017.
Established in 1886, Plymouth Argyle have become a name associated with the Football League, but have recently suffered a demise in success and now find themselves languishing in the lower depths of the Football League.
Down the years, Argyle have won countless trophies and currently hold the record for the amount of championship wins in the third tier of English football. FA Cup semi-finalists in the 1983-1984 season, they nearly emulated that feat just over 20 years later as he managed to get to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup during the 2006-2007 season.
Having played in the First Division in the early 2000s, Argyle then suddenly hit barren spell and with two relegations and financial difficulty hitting the West Country club, they now find themselves back in League One with Adams.
Plymouth Argyle have reaped 5 wins in the last 10 games, beating Bury, Walsall, Milton Keynes Dons, Oldham Athletic and Gillingham. 3 draws against Doncaster Rovers, Blackpool and Rotherham United and defeats to Bradford City and Yeovil Town has seen them score 17 at an average of 1.7 goals per game while shipping 11.
|20 Jan||Plymouth Argyle||15:00||Wigan Athletic|
|27 Jan||Oldham Athletic||15:00||Plymouth Argyle|
|03 Feb||Plymouth Argyle||15:00||Blackburn Rovers|
|10 Feb||Shrewsbury Town||15:00||Plymouth Argyle|
|13 Feb||Plymouth Argyle||19:45||AFC Wimbledon|
|17 Feb||Oxford United||15:00||Plymouth Argyle|
|20 Jan||vs Wigan Athletic||15:00|
|27 Jan||@ Oldham Athletic||15:00|
|03 Feb||vs Blackburn Rovers||15:00|
|10 Feb||@ Shrewsbury Town||15:00|
|13 Feb||vs AFC Wimbledon||19:45|
|17 Feb||@ Oxford United||15:00|