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“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 striker Tyrese Campbell has certainly put some fellow Championship teams on red alert and Plymouth Argyle should be amongst those ready to pounce.

The Potters are now managed by Steven Schumacher and have Luke Cundle in their midfield, so the two clubs have been intertwined, for better or for worse, in the last year, not to mention that they both survived a relegation scrap as well.

hip injury kept Campbell on the sidelines at the tail-end of 2023, and he previously missed the majority of the 2020/21 campaign due to knee issues.

His injury record has perhaps played a role in Stoke’s decision but when he is fit and firing, he is a very capable forward indeed.

“30001452022/23 marked the 24-year-old’s most prolific season yet, finding the net nine times and providing five assists in 41 league appearances. However, this season, his playing time was reduced to less than half, with only 23 games played and four goals contributed. Despite this, Campbell, still in his youth, exhibits promise as a talented player, especially considering Stoke’s recent challenges. He has often stood out as a beacon of hope.”

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