New Plymouth Argyle manager, John Sheridan, has taken his first training session with the players. The former Republic of Ireland international was appointed to the role on Sunday.
The 46 year old replaces Carl Fletcher who was sacked after defeat at Bristol Rovers on New Year's Day. Sheridan had been out of management since losing his job as Chesterfield boss in August 2012.
Here is our latest report from Home Park about Argyle's new appointment of John Sheridan as manager.
Plymouth Argyle have confirmed John Sheridan as their new manager. The 46 year old has less than half the season to save the club from relegation. The Pilgrims lie second bottom in League Two and were beaten 4-0 by Port Vale over the weekend.
Following his appointment John said:
– John Sheridan, Plymouth Argyle Manager
I am very privileged to get this opportunity to manage the club. I am very confident I can get us out of the position we are in if everyone - the players and fans - work together.
The length of Sheridan's contract is still to be confirmed but the former Oldham and Chesterfield boss will be presented by club owner, James Brent, early this week.
Plymouth Argyle have appointed former Republic of Ireland international John Sheridan as their new manager. He replaces Carl Fletcher who was sacked after defeat at Bristol Rovers on New Year'sDay. Sheridan has been out of management since losing his job as Chesterfield boss in August 2012.