Plymouth FC

Plymouth FC Information
Nick-name(s) Gyles, Pilgrims
League English League 2
Location Plymouth, England
Founded 1886
Official Website

Find this seasons transfers in and out of Plymouth, the latest transfer rumours for the summer 2015 transfer window and how the news sources rate in terms of rumour accuracy for Plymouth FC.

Plymouth FC Squad


Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Plymouth

Fulham are favourites ahead of Bolton and Everton to sign Plymouth's hotly-tipped 17-year-old defender Jack Stevens.

Daily Mail - 23/Mar/2011
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3.6 (5 votes)



Blackpool will bid £500,000 for Plymouth striker Bradley Wright-Phillips after Barnsley winger Adam Hammill's wage demands priced him out of a move to Bloomfield Road.

The Sun - 06/Jan/2011
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Plymouth - News from the BBC

Plymouth focus vital - Sheridan

Concentration will be the key to adding three points to Plymouth Argyle's League Two play-off push, says boss John Sheridan.

Plymouth Argyle v Tranmere Rovers

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Plymouth Argyle and Tranmere Rovers.

Game was like testimonial - Sheridan

Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan hits out at his side for playing "like it was a testimonial" in parts of their 2-0 defeat away at Carlisle.

Carlisle United 2-0 Plymouth Argyle

Carlisle United secure their League Two status with victory over play-off chasing Plymouth Argyle.

Argyle's Allen may need knee surgery

Plymouth Argyle midfielder River Allen could require knee surgery after injuring his medial ligaments on loan at Truro City.

Draw a 'crying shame' - Sheridan

Plymouth Argyle boss John Sheridan says it is a 'crying shame' that the club did not take three points from their game with AFC Wimbledon.