Plymouth Argyle striker Ben Waine is gearing up for a hectic summer filled with international football commitments.

Ben Waine is set to play a pivotal role in New Zealand’s international football calendar, with an anticipated participation in eight matches before Plymouth Argyle kicks off their 2024/25 Championship campaign in August. The 21-year-old striker has secured a spot in the All Whites’ roster for the OFC Nations Cup, slated to be held in Fiji and Vanuatu starting June 15. With 13 senior international caps already under his belt, Waine is also likely to be enlisted for the men’s football event at the 2024 Olympics in France, commencing in…

Congratulations:Rooney appointed Plymouth Argyle head coach..Read more.

Championship side Plymouth Argyle have appointed former England captain Wayne Rooney as their new head coach. The 38-year-old replaces Ian Foster, who was dismissed on April 1 after a series of poor results. This is Rooney’s first role since being sacked by Birmingham City on January 2, following a disappointing tenure of less than three months in which he lost nine of 15 games. Birmingham, who were in the Championship play-off positions when Rooney took over, were relegated to League One earlier this month. The Plymouth role is Rooney’s fourth…

Speak to him” – Pundit urges Plymouth Argyle to make ambitious move for Paul Heckingbottom

Plymouth Argyle are still searching for a permanent replacement for Ian Foster after he was sacked in April. Plymouth Argyle could benefit from considering Heckingbottom due to his track record of promotions in the Championship. While it may be a long shot, approaching him could be a strategic move for the club, especially after Rosenior’s refusal. It’s crucial for Plymouth to set their sights high in their managerial hunt to ensure they make the right decision this time. Pundit Carlton Palmer suggests that Plymouth Argyle should ambitiously pursue Paul Heckingbottom,…

Breaking News:”Former resident of Weymouth, Chris McPhee, assumes the position at Plymouth Parkway…Read more.

Former Weymouth midfielder Chris McPhee has taken on the role of manager at Plymouth Parkway. McPhee, who played 116 matches for Weymouth across two stints, scoring 13 goals, departed during the 2015/2016 season. He replaces Lee Hobbs, who guided Plymouth Parkway up three divisions to Step 3 during his impressive seven-year tenure. Assisting McPhee will be Lee Peacock, a former striker for Manchester City, Sheffield Wednesday, and Bristol City. McPhee’s team will compete one tier below Weymouth and will face off against former rivals Dorchester Town in the Southern League…

Breaking News:Acun Ilicali’s stewardship of Hull City is under scrutiny as a critical decision regarding Tim Walter approaches.

Few beyond Acun Ilicali’s inner circle were aware of the impending developments after the final whistle at Home Park on Saturday, marking the end of Hull City’s Championship campaign with a disappointing 1-0 loss to Plymouth Argyle. Liam Rosenior sensed the unfolding situation when he visited the MKM Stadium on Tuesday to meet Ilicali and vice-chairman Tan Kesler. He noticed signs of discord behind the scenes, with their once harmonious relationship now strained, evidenced by less frequent communication between them. Of course, it was a bitterly disappointing moment for a…

Just In: “Campbell replaces Waine as Plymouth Argyle’s summer transfer window kicks off with a dream start.”.. Read More.

“Joe Edwards’ header against Hull dashed any hopes of a playoff for the Tigers. With the season concluded, attention swiftly shifts to summer dealings. Plymouth Argyle is poised to seek both a new manager and fresh talent to ensure a successful 2024/25 season. Here, we delve into one coveted addition and a player Argyle aims to offload smoothly.” Retained lists are being released up and down the EFL at this point in the season and there are one or two surprise decisions being made. Stoke City choosing to part ways with…

Just in:A Message from the managing Director Mark Miles …Read More.

As we gear up for our last league match, I want to express my deepest gratitude to the Albion fans for their steadfast support throughout this season. After two decades at The Hawthorns, I continue to be astounded by your unwavering dedication to the club. You’ve shown your loyalty in various ways, but I particularly remember the devoted crowds at Middlesbrough just two days before Christmas and at Plymouth on a Tuesday night in February. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being there for us. The campaign…

Just in: Two England Referees are Banned from officiating Plymouth argyle Till…

**Two England Referees Banned from Officiating Plymouth Argyle Matches Indefinitely**   *LONDON, UK* – In an unprecedented move, the English Football Association (FA) has indefinitely banned two referees from officiating Plymouth Argyle matches after a series of controversial decisions that have sparked outrage among fans, players, and officials alike. The referees, whose names are being withheld pending further investigation, have been under scrutiny for the past several weeks due to a series of contentious calls during Plymouth Argyle’s League One matches. These decisions have not only impacted the outcomes of…

Sad update: 10 Plymouth argyle players announced they are leaving the club today due to…

**Sad Update: 10 Plymouth Argyle Players Announce Departure Amid Financial Challenges**   In a somber turn of events, Plymouth Argyle Football Club announced today that ten of their players will be leaving the team due to ongoing financial challenges. The departures, a significant blow to the club, come as a result of budget cuts aimed at stabilizing the club’s finances.   The players, whose names were disclosed during a press conference, have expressed mixed emotions about their exit. While many are grateful for the opportunities they’ve had at Plymouth Argyle,…

Good News:A prominent player from Reading FC might be a fitting replacement for Morgan Whittaker at….

Plymouth Argyle have a fight on their hands to remain in the Championship, with the final day of the season looming. Whether they are playing in the second or third tier of English football next season, they are sure to lose their star man Morgan Whittaker. Replacing Whittaker is integral for Argyle and a former target, currently of Reading FC, is an ideal candidate. Whittaker has become the worst-kept secret in the EFL when it comes to his potency in green and white. The original loan move that took him from Swansea…