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An end of a troubled season for Plymouth Argyle, but the board have decided to drop the ticket prices to a great price of £5 for adults and £1 for under 18s. Why not support a great club for their final game in League 1.

Saturday 7th May - 3:00pm

The game comes 24 hours after the crucial creditors' meeting to decide the future of the club and the board want a great crowd to show what the club is all about.
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#1
is this what they pay you to attend? hot deal heat added
2 Likes #2
Hopefully next season things will get back to normal,
now the board have all gone,
after dragging the club down into this mess.

Lucky i have a season ticket, so will put the fiver
in the buckets for the unpaid staff fund!
#3
good gesture - what about ST holders who paid upfront? They usually whinge about such deals
#4
See you next season....we came bottom even after Pilgrims fined 10 points......hot!
2 Likes #5
Have some heat from a Carlisle Utd fan. Hope you come back up next season.
2 Likes #6
Went to the Plymouth vs Dirty Franchise Scummers game on Easter Monday - brilliant atmosphere and really friendly bunch of fans! Good day out. Also sale in club shop any football shirts £10 - bargain.

Devonport is the stand to aim for :)
2 Likes #7
Good luck pilgrims :)
1 Like #8
I enjoyed my visit on Monday. Up the Saints!
#9
Up the city (Exeter) ;-)

see you soon pilgrim's
u may be the green and white shyte but i don't like teams going down
[mod] 2 Likes #10
I take issue with your post. Plymouth are not a great club.
#11
Excellent. Well done to them.
1 Like #12
jools2001
Hopefully next season things will get back to normal,
now the board have all gone,
after dragging the club down into this mess.

Lucky i have a season ticket, so will put the fiver
in the buckets for the unpaid staff fund!



Plymouth should be proud of fans like you! Sadly, my team put the seal on your troubled season (1-3 on Monday). Best of luck for next season.



Edited By: Norman-B on May 04, 2011 18:24
1 Like #13
magicjay1986
I take issue with your post. Plymouth are not a great club.


Yeah bit of a lie really! However, good price and good luck to Plymouth and their fans for next year.
3 Likes #14
ill never forget the day i read plymouth were bringing in an adviser to try and rescue them from the financial mess they were in , when i saw that this was in fact peter risdale i laughed so much it hurt, no offence to plymouth fans but you really do know your in a mess when you call in risdale for financial advice
#15
Gollywood
good gesture - what about ST holders who paid upfront? They usually whinge about such deals


I expect some will, but i certainly wont mind in the very least,

If it gets more people through the gate for the last game,
its gonna pick the players and staff up no end,after what they have also
been through these past few months.

We have only been relegated, they have had no pay due to crap way
the old board ran the club,
Cant imagine what they have been through trying to pay mortgage,
and weekly food bills etc, whilst effectively keeping the club going



Edited By: jools2001 on May 04, 2011 18:52
#16
Fantastic; I'm sure all of the local creditors (who are due to be offered less than 1p per pound owed to them by the club under the terms of Argyle's insolvency proposals) will be delighted to see this phenomenal act of generosity.
#17
10,000 x £5 or 2,000 x £20?
Makes no difference to the amount owed owed and all gets swallowed up paying the police and insurance costs that have to be paid every match.

It's a sad situation for all the unsecured creditors, sad for those who have not been paid for and in some cases continue to work for free despite losing their homes. But in the long-term they will all end up with much less if the club is liquidated.
1 Like #18
careful when leaving the ground, especially if you're a woman, child or disabled, they throw rocks at you!
#19
You'll never play us again!
#20
Ewell
I enjoyed my visit on Monday. Up the Saints!

Wahey!! we are going up, we are going up!
#21
Does anyone know if you book tickets for this online do you collect them at the box office or print them off at home? Cheers.
#22
Good luck for the future.We'll be joining the champs Brighton
#23
hudds town
Good luck for the future.We'll be joining the champs Brighton

Chickens Count Don't etc !
3 Likes #24
Plymouth Argyle are generally a violent and abusive lot. I would stay away.
1 Like #25
Plymouth deserve better than they got says this Newcastle fan.....we got on well with your lot when we got back up where we belong lat year. We all said on the way back we'd hoped Plymouth came straight back, a nice bunch.
#26
Green Army!
#27
shame to see 3 west country teams going down, not so may derbys
1 Like #28
I'm so sad Plymouth went down when the toon won the championship at argyle the club did everything to help facilitate our celebration we were overwhelmed by the gesture even more when you consider we relegated argyle in the process. Best of luck next season.
#29
yellowjelly
Plymouth Argyle are generally a violent and abusive lot. I would stay away.

Who's violent and abusive? Come down here and say that lol
1 Like #30
Ukjeff27
careful when leaving the ground, especially if you're a woman, child or disabled, they throw rocks at you!


@ Ukjeff27

If you like to come down again this Saturday
(doubt if yoU were even there last Monday? )

You can get in for only a £1!

We would love to see you!!!!!!

Also on a more positive note, thanks to all the TRUE football fans
from Newcastle, we enjoyed a good banter in the pub on that day
with Newcastle fans,after all its all about having a good day out isnt it?
And not posting juvenille comments on here,
but hey ho, we will be back, Sometime soon lol

:-)
#31
yellowputty
Plymouth Argyle are generally a violent and abusive lot. I would stay away.


You're having a laugh aren't you?! We must be one of the friendliest clubs in the league and a sporting lot as well just ask the Newcastle fans as we stood and applauded their fine side even though we were hurting from our relegation last season.

Hopefully we'll bounce back next year.
#32
broadyo796
ill never forget the day i read plymouth were bringing in an adviser to try and rescue them from the financial mess they were in , when i saw that this was in fact peter risdale i laughed so much it hurt, no offence to plymouth fans but you really do know your in a mess when you call in risdale for financial advice


I'm a Leeds fan and I feel your pain especially when you have that scumbag Risdale supposedly offering you financial advice it would be like asking Pakistan for counter terrorism advice.
1 Like #33
People bitching and moaning about administration: wake up to the facts. People who support Plymouth Argyle didn't run the club into the ground. The people running the club now didn't run the club into the ground. The people who did run the club into the ground have lost whatever equity they put in and are out of the picture.

So stop being so sanctimonious, get of your high horses, and think about the loyal fans of Plymouth Argyle who have had to witness the cack-handed handling of their club and are now the ones paying the price.

No I am not a Pilgrim. But I do love the Home Park pasties.
#34
jools2001
Ukjeff27
careful when leaving the ground, especially if you're a woman, child or disabled, they throw rocks at you!

@ Ukjeff27

If you like to come down again this Saturday
(doubt if yoU were even there last Monday? )

You can get in for only a £1!

We would love to see you!!!!!!

Also on a more positive note, thanks to all the TRUE football fans
from Newcastle, we enjoyed a good banter in the pub on that day
with Newcastle fans,after all its all about having a good day out isnt it?
And not posting juvenille comments on here,
but hey ho, we will be back, Sometime soon lol

:-)


Would love to come back and be used as target practice again! unfortunately I have a prior engagement celebrating promotion at a real football ground!
Why would you doubt i was there? almost a derby for us! i was at Carlisle away for gods sake, and as it sealed (give or take) promotion for us I think youll find I wouldnt have missed it for the world, and we WERE bricked outside your ground, i personally saw women and children targeted and friends saw wheelchair users being hit by the stuff you threw at us, didnt dampen our spirits though as we are leaving League One in the right direction!
#35
Jeff, give us a break from your role as Super Fan! This thread is about someone posting a deal/bargain. I (and I'm sure others on here) don't want to read about your experience on your last visit to Plymouth. I'm a Saints fan, home games only, so you may think of me as a part timer. You seem to want to paint all Plymouth fans with the same brush but think about OUR fans when Pompey last visited! Bad apples (fans) in every barrel!
Back to the deal, hot from me.
#36
Ukjeff27
You'll never play us again!



Oh dear....its Leeds all over again!
#37
Ukjeff27
jools2001
Ukjeff27
careful when leaving the ground, especially if you're a woman, child or disabled, they throw rocks at you!


@ Ukjeff27

If you like to come down again this Saturday
(doubt if yoU were even there last Monday? )

You can get in for only a £1!

We would love to see you!!!!!!

Also on a more positive note, thanks to all the TRUE football fans
from Newcastle, we enjoyed a good banter in the pub on that day
with Newcastle fans,after all its all about having a good day out isnt it?
And not posting juvenille comments on here,
but hey ho, we will be back, Sometime soon lol

:-)



Would love to come back and be used as target practice again! unfortunately I have a prior engagement celebrating promotion at a real football ground!
Why would you doubt i was there? almost a derby for us! i was at Carlisle away for gods sake, and as it sealed (give or take) promotion for us I think youll find I wouldnt have missed it for the world, and we WERE bricked outside your ground, i personally saw women and children targeted and friends saw wheelchair users being hit by the stuff you threw at us, didnt dampen our spirits though as we are leaving League One in the right direction!


As far as i was aware Southampton fans had a HEAVY police prescence with them,
unless you were one of the mindless Southampton fans who sat in the Lyndhurst stand!

If you were bricked,where did it happen then, obviously all the police must have gone by then!!!!


Edited By: jools2001 on May 05, 2011 10:51: Green Army
#38
Falkirk fan here but had a soft spot for Argyle for some time now and this is the sort of deal my club don't do nearly often enough.

One of my best mates is a big Plymouth follower plus the great Marino Keith signed for The Pilgrims not long after leaving The Bairns 10 years or so back.

Hope they get their finances sorted out asap. The **** is falling out of the whole of British football and some known names will be lost eventually. Shame really.

Good luck to Plymouth for next season and the future.
#39
LOL
#40
CoenFan
People bitching and moaning about administration: wake up to the facts. People who support Plymouth Argyle didn't run the club into the ground. The people running the club now didn't run the club into the ground. The people who did run the club into the ground have lost whatever equity they put in and are out of the picture.

So stop being so sanctimonious, get of your high horses, and think about the loyal fans of Plymouth Argyle who have had to witness the cack-handed handling of their club and are now the ones paying the price.

No I am not a Pilgrim. But I do love the Home Park pasties.

Garbage. It's far too easy for football fans to wash their hands of responsibility for their club. The reality is that the Plymouth fans' tacit support kept the Argyle board spending profligately. They were only too happy to back the ridiculous deficit spending which saw them pip other clubs for players' signatures, as well as keeping them in the Championship at the expense of more sensibly run clubs. Success on the back of 'financial doping' is unjust success and the sooner clubs who do this start going to the wall (hopefully screwing far fewer creditors for far less than Argyle are planning to), the sooner other clubs will begin to wake up to the harsh realities of football in the 21st century and start to cut their cloth accordingly.

The bottom line is that being a proper fan is about far more than just pulling on a shirt and buying a season ticket. It's about accepting collective responsibility for the strategic direction of your club and speaking out when unsustainable pipe-dreams are putting at risk your club and hundred of local businesses/employees.

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