Welcome to the sights, sounds and history of Plymouth Argyle Football Club
In the last 7 days ...
-1Friday 19 Dec
Photos from yesterday's Sponsors' Lunch.
-4Tuesday 16 Dec
Photos from the Disabled Supporters Association's Christmas party on Sunday.
-5Monday 15 Dec
Another chapter in the History of Argyle series is now available. It's chapter 16, the Second World War years (1939-45), a period of utter devastation for the club and city.
-7Saturday 13 Dec
Northampton 2 Argyle 3
Phew! 20 games down and 34 points on the board - on course for 78 for the season.
Available so far:
Summary (Sat 19:09)
Commentary (Sat 19:41)
Photos (Sat 23:59)
Photos (Sun 15:00)
-14Saturday 6 Dec
Sheffield Utd 3 Argyle 0
More disappointment away from home to end the Cup dream for another year.
Daily Diary & OTD
This Season's Opposition
This Season's Matches
The Latest Match:
Football League Two #20
Northampton 2 Argyle 3
League Table Plus
Audio clips thanks to BBC Radio Devon.
Dec 18: Sponsors' Lunch
Dec 14: PADSA Party
Nov 11: Armistice Day
Oct 24: Legends' 60s Night
May 29: Senior Greens
Apr 27: Fun Day
Apr 8-12: Pedal for Pounds
Mar 15: PADSA's 5th B'day
Jan 30: GT Showcase Night
Jan 14: James Brent
Jan 14: Martyn Starnes
Over 200 older items from the last 10 years in GoS Archives (top-right)
UK time at page load: 20 December 2014, 17:56
2005, a battle of the elements
1987: Geoff Crudgington made his final appearance in a 2-1 home win against Bradford City. Crudgie had been with Argyle for nine years and a professional footballer for eighteen, playing for Aston Villa, Bradford City, Crewe and Swansea before settling in Plymouth. He remained with the club in various roles after his playing days were over, until his services were no longer required in January 2011, one of the many victims of the club's financial crisis.
BORN THIS DAY
1922: Bill Whittaker - 1 game, no goals in 1945.
Although the Second World War was at an end, the Football League divided its competition into regional sections for the 1945-46 season because of the exceptional ... more
1933: George Kirby - 104 games, 39 goals between 1960 and 1962.
Kirby was a powerful and brave centre-forward who, despite failing to make the grade at Everton, was destined to be a success at Home Park. He was the perfect partner ... more
1970: Kwame Ampadu - 7 games, 1 goal in 1990.
Ampadu was a nippy forward who enjoyed a six-game loan spell at Home Park from Arsenal in 1990, scoring in a 5-1 defeat at Port Vale. His career started in Ireland ... more
GoS-DB: Comprehensive facts and stats for matches and players since 1903
The History of Argyle: the complete story of the club from 1886 to 1939, with more to come
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Thursday 7 August
You'll be glad to know that GoS is ready and raring to go for the season ahead. A few changes amongst the volunteers this season: a new job has meant that Andrew is no longer able to do the commentary clips, but Keith has stepped into that role and Sam will do the Daily Diary seven days a week. Thanks to all those folk, and a welcome to Will, a new hand in the photo team.
And there's something new as far as the photos are concerned. You might remember before last season that the match photo pages allowed you to leave a comment, but when I produced a new, improved viewer last year, that feature was missing. I know it was popular, so you'll be glad to hear it's back again. In fact, we had over 200 registrations for the old way, albeit many were for one-off comments, but there were also a good number of regulars.
The new method builds upon last season's viewer, so there are a few changes to the look but the principle is much the same. As well as being ready for Saturday, it's now in place for the pre-season photos, and even the 100 photos in last season's summary page, so you can now add comments to any of those.
Unfortunately for those who used to make comments, you'll need to re-register for the new system, but it's much easier than it used to be. In fact, even if you don't want to make a comment on a pre-season photo, I'd recommend that you call one of them up and register, ready for the season ahead.
Here's an example of how it now looks.
And with anything new, there's a good chance of a hiccup or two, so please let me know if you have a problem, spot a mistake or have any suggestions.
I've been staggered by your generosity! In the first 24 hours my immediate target has been reached, so thank you so much. However, I'm going to keep the donations button available for people who would still like to make a gesture to GoS - if you see what I mean! That will also allow me to build up a fund that means I won't need to come back to you for a couple of years, and if there is then any excess, I promise that will go to the club, in one form or another.
Ever since it's first appearance in 1999, Greens on Screen has been free to access, and I am determined to keep it that way. You probably realise that I've avoided any form of advertising, partly because I don't want any commercial association with the material, but mainly because adverts on web pages detract from the content - and they're so annoying!
But GoS is not free to produce or maintain, and without income from adverts, I've asked for donations in years gone by. There have been so many calls on your generosity in recent times, so I haven't asked for help for quite a while, but unfortunately the time has come when I need to rattle the GoS tin again.
So if this is a bad time for you, please ignore me. If you feel you can help, however small that might be, thank you so much.
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