Tuesday 7 April
Argyle matchday chants and songs .... You Tube beware of bad language.
Football fix: April 1986 Argyle 4 - 0 Bristol City match highlights .... You Tube
A reminder of Ryan Lowe's January transfer business.....
Billy Clarke - end of short-term contract, signs for Grimsby Town.
Joe Riley - released by mutual consent, signs for Mansfield Town.
Zak Rudden - end of six month loan, returns to Rangers, released and signs for Partick Thistle.
Tafari Moore - on loan at Colchester United.
Ashley Smith-Brown - recalled from Oldham and released.
Tyreeq Bakinson - on loan from Bristol City.
Ryan Hardie - on loan from Blackpool.
Josh Grant - renewed six month loan from Chelsea.
Luke Jephcott - recalled from loan at Truro City.
Monday 6 April
CEO Andrew Parkinson is in constant contact with owner Simon Hallett ... Plymouth Live
Sunday 5 April
The fantastic away support and miles travelled so far this season:
Crewe - 1,700, miles - 504
Newport - 1,039, miles - 274
Northampton - 1,291, miles - 462
Port Vale - 735, miles - 488
Crawley - 800, miles - 462
Mansfield - 550, miles - 532
Swindon - 2,300, miles - 323
Exeter - 1,154, miles - 92
Forest Green - 1,224, miles - 298
Cambridge - 843, miles - 566
Cheltenham - 1,222, miles - 318
Scunthorpe - 400, miles - 636
Carlisle - 567, miles - 778
Stevenage - 1,195, miles - 472
Colchester - 1,037, miles - 560
Salford - 1,005, miles - 584
Macclesfield - 747, miles - 532
Bradford - 887, miles - 660
Average away attendance - 1,038, the highest in League Two.
Saturday 4 April
Can you name these 15 Argyle midfielders .... Quiz
Football fix: Boxing Day 2019 Cheltenham 0 - 1 Argyle match highlights .... You Tube
Season's Gone By 2006/2007 .... Over The Bar
Home Park ranks as having the joint-best atmosphere in League Two .... Stadium atmosphere
Friday 3 April
Goalkeeper Alex Palmer is the only Argyle player named in the League Two Team of the Season so far .... Sky Sports
The last time football was suspended (and subsequently abandoned) was in September 1939 following the outbreak of the Second World War.
Argyle had played three games in the Second Division (now the Championship) and were in fifth place when the season was called off.
In front of over 18,000 fans at Home Park the Greens lost against West Ham United in the first game of the season followed by away wins at Millwall and Sheffield Wednesday to finish on four points.
Regional leagues were set up around the country and in October 1939 Argyle joined a South West league playing Torquay United, Swansea City, Newport County, Cardiff City and the two Bristol clubs and games continued to be played for the next nine months.
Big Green Lottery winners .... club website
Football is now officially postponed until it is safe to resume .... EFL Statement
It has also been announced the Premier League will give £125m to the EFL and National League.
CEO Andrew Parkinson gives an update .... club website
At our club, the last few weeks have seen us postpone so many aspects of the club’s operational activities. As well as losing, for now,the exciting fixtures that lay ahead of us at that time, including the game against our rivals Exeter City, we have also had to postpone many large conferences and events being held at Home Park Stadium.