There aren't many teams in League Two (the fourth tier of English football) who can attract and retain a player of Carey's quality. The thing I liked about the man was that he possessed undoubted skill, but also backed it up with work-rate and effort on the pitch.
I'm sorry to see Carey go as Argyle rarely have players who have Carey's quality in being able to strike a ball, either shooting from outside the box, or from set-pieces. I also think he would have fitted it well to Lowe's style of football. We may not have seen the best of Carey under Adams' management style and tactics. Ultimately however, it does free up some salary space to attract more players who will help Argyle to do well in League Two.
Thank you for some fantastic memories, Graham. You leave Argyle with my best wishes. I wonder if I might see Carey in the Europa League on the telly next season?