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Argyle sign new player on 28-day emergency loan

Jamille Mat will wear the no. 19 shirt during his time with the Pilgrims. Credit: Plymouth Argyle

Plymouth Argyle have signed high goal-scorer Jamille Matt on an emergency loan from Fleetwood Town.

The 6ft1 Jamaica-born forward has had his share of ups and downs, missing the whole 2014/2015 season with a serious injury, but he has since bounced back for Fleetwood, and will be with the Pilgrims for 28 days.

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Football results: Tuesday

How did your team do? Credit: ITV News

It was a mixed evening for the region's football teams. Plymouth Argyle have failed to make it back-to-back wins after losing 1-0 at Barnet

Elsewhere in League Two, it was a 1 all draw between Exeter City and Portsmouth, and Yeovil beat Accrington 1-0.

Torquay United won 2-1 at Macclesfield in the National League.

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Exeter City sign Reading midfielder

Exeter City have signed Reading midfielder Jake Taylor on a free transfer.

The 24-year-old returns to the Grecians following a loan spell with the club which lasted for the majority of the 2011/12 season.

The twice-capped Welsh international spent the first part of the season on loan at Scottish Premiership side Motherwell, but has now completed the permanent move to St James Park - bringing to an end to a seventeen-year spell with the Royals.

Jake Taylor Credit: Gareth Fuller/EMPICS Sport

He is a player we know very well with him having spent a season with us on loan four or five years ago. It is a good opportunity to keep building the squad ahead of next year, and he will come straight into the squad for Saturday.

He is a very versatile player. He is a very bright player and he comes to us with good experience. He has been to quite a few clubs on loan; but obviously his major loan was with us, and I see it as it being a pretty smooth fit in terms of someone coming into the club.

He knows us and we know him, and he will add going forward into next season as we are building the team.

– Paul Tisdale, City manager
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