THE HISTORY OF ARGYLE
Greens on Screen's History of Argyle is an original, comprehensive and thoroughly researched account of Plymouth Argyle Football Club from its earliest roots to 1945. It is an ongoing project and will be reviewed and improved from time to time. If you can contribute, either by improving existing content or by adding your own research to extend its years, please get in touch.
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And the picture opposite? The Borough Arms Coffee Tavern at 35, Bedford Street, Plymouth, where it all began.
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