Tuesday 28 July
Luke McCormick returns to Argyle .... club website
Ryan Lowe spoke about signing McCormick ...
“We are very pleased to have been able to bring Luke back to the club.
“He has got great experience, it’s obviously a club close to his heart, and he is a favourite of the Green Army.
“We feel Luke will provide good competition with Mike Cooper for the first-team position.”
BBC Wiltshire reports Luke McCormick is set to return to Argyle ...
Journalist Alan Nixon says Ryan Hardie's move to Argyle will be a loan deal ...
Argyle ladies latest news ...club website
Ryan Hardie is close to returning to Argyle ... Blackpool Gazette
In the club .. superstore
Monday 27 July
Goalkeeper Luke McCormick is expected to re-sign for Argyle in the next day or so.
The recent cash injection by Argyle owner Simon Hallett amounted to £3.5m ...
The club sell 2,000 season tickets in the first day and publish some solutions to the online ticketing issues ... club website
Defender Scott Wootton talks about returning to training and signing his new contract ... club website
"There’s no other place I wanted to play my football, really. This group, the staff, a huge club, getting promoted, it ticked every box."
Ryan Lowe talks about returning to training .... club website
Photos from the first day of pre-season training .... club website
The club issue a season ticket update ... club website
Over 1,000 members of the Green Army have already renewed their season-tickets for the upcoming Sky Bet League One season.
The Home Park Ticket Office is currently receiving an extremely high volume of incoming traffic, with over 22,000 calls made to our switchboard since the line opened at 10am.
Ryan Lowe at pre-season training today ... more photos available @only1argyle twitter account.
Season tickets to go on sale today at 10am ... full details
Ticket Office hotline on 01752 907700, telephone sales hotline will be open from 10am-2pm between Monday and Wednesday each week.
Online ... Etickets
Season tickets cannot be renewed in person at the ticket office.
The summer transfer window opens today.
The Argyle squad returned to training today.
Sunday 26 July
The thoughts of the Blackpool fans on Hardie's potential move to Argyle .... fans forum
Sun journalist Alan Nixon gives an update on the attempt to sign Ryan Hardie ... followed by another update ...
Saturday 25 July
AFC Wimbledon trial a disinfectant tunnel in an effort to allow more fans into stadiums .... Sky Sports video
Friday 24 July
Season tickets to go on sale on Monday 27 July ... club website
Should fixtures need to be played behind-closed-doors at any time throughout the season, season-ticket holders will be provided with a pass to stream the fixture live on iFollow Argyle, or via an equivalent streaming service.
Please note that, while social distancing measures are being implemented, it is likely that you will be temporarily relocated in order to maximise the capacity at Home Park while complying with government guidance.
Priority will be given to supporters on a first-come, first-served basis. Season-tickets are only presently being sold to 19/20 season-ticket holders, and those who purchase first will have priority access to games.
At present, we anticipate that season-ticket renewals may exceed initial capacity at Home Park.
Season start date now confirmed ... EFL
Following the EFL meeting earlier today David Bottomley, the Chief Executive of League One side Rochdale, has revealed when the new season kicks off...
“I can also make the comment that I believe within a few hours of you reading this, the EFL will have announced that our season will recommence on Saturday 12th September.
“Initially, it will be for three weeks behind closed doors and then from 1st October with crowds"
Bristol City will interview eight candidates for the vacant managerial position at Ashton Gate ... Bristol Live
Home shirt from the season just finished now only £10 .... club superstore
The Argyle players and fans will travel 12,088 miles in round trips to away games next season, the most amount of travelling in League One.
Sunderland will travel the second biggest distance at 9,518 miles, in contrast Burton Albion will hit the road for just 5,448 miles.
In the League Two season just finished the Greens were on the road for 11,393 miles and for the last time Argyle were in League One 12,128 miles were covered travelling to away games.