Just felt like paying a little tribute to my beloved father.
He introduced me to Argyle in 2000, home to Blackpool where goals from McGregor and Wotton saw us win 2-0. Ironically, his last game at Home Park was with me last season at home to Blackpool, where we lost 3-0. He sadly passed away this morning after a battle with a brain tumour.
My dad actually played for the Argyle youth teams and played alongside players including Steve Davey, Mike Trebilcock (the latter I think). He was a striker and unfortunately didn't get an offer and ended up having trials at Bolton, Blackpool and Notts Forest under Brian Clough.
Argyle's performance against Bury was a fitting tribute to him. We played with a style and swagger that he would have loved, giving me joy.
I don't expect many (or maybe any) to even know him as we moved around the world from Africa, to America to London and finally at least for my father, back to Plymouth. He was a kind man with a big heart and departs at the age of 69.
One of the final things I told him on Friday evening is that one day I'll lead Argyle to the Premier League as Chairman. Dad, thanks for everything you did for me - I love you so much and will fight forever more to make you proud.
Always in my heart.