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Sunday 26 September 2004
On a day when Stoke City and Queen's Park Rangers both staged strong comebacks from 2-0 down, the recovery of the day in the Coca-Cola Championship came at Portman Road as Ipswich Town kept their 100 per cent home record despite Plymouth Argyle racing into an early lead.
Saturday 14 August 2004
Wednesday 11 August 2004
Sunday 08 August 2004
Sunday 25 April 2004
Bobby Williamson, manager of Plymouth Argyle for less than a week, saw the team secure promotion to the Nationwide First Division and lift the Second Division championship when second-half goals by Micky Evans and David Friio set up the 2-0 win over second-placed Queen's Park Rangers at Home Park.
Saturday 24 April 2004
Bobby Williamson will take his seat in the Plymouth directors' box this afternoon hoping to enjoy the kind of managerial debut that few in his profession can have experienced. A win over rivals Queen's Park Rangers at Home Park would ensure that the former Hibernian manager ends his first match in charge celebrating promotion.
Thursday 01 April 2004
Saturday 20 March 2004
Having survived several weeks of unsettling speculation over the future of Paul Sturrock before their manager's departure to Southampton, the Second Division leaders, Plymouth Argyle, find themselves dealing with a wave of rumours about the stand-in, Kevin Summerfield.
Saturday 13 March 2004
Wednesday 10 March 2004
Monday 08 March 2004
Saturday 21 February 2004
Wednesday 18 February 2004
Tuesday 17 February 2004
Monday 09 February 2004
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