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Sheridan hoping to make up for last season

The new football season only kicked-off last week, but there's already a Devon derby to look forward to.

Plymouth Argyle take on local rivals Exeter City at Home Park tomorrow afternoon.

Pilgrims boss John Sheridan wants to build on Tuesday's impressive second half performance against Leyton Orient in the League Cup, where Argyle came back from two goals down - only to lose on penalties.

The manager is also looking to avenge two defeats by the Grecians last season:

Exeter City's transfer embargo lifted

Graham Cummins
Exeter City have signed former Preston striker Graham Cummins. Credit: John Walton/EMPICS Sport

Exeter City's transfer embargo has just been lifted after the club repaid a short-term loan.

City have been unable to sign and register any players this summer after the Professional Footballers' Association provided help with running costs.

But they've already moved fast and signed former Preston striker Graham Cummins who could play in tomorrow's Devon derby against Plymouth Argyle.

We’re pleased to report that the funds have been put in place and that both the PFA and Football League have confirmed that the embargo can now be lifted.

It won’t mean an influx of players to St James Park but it will mean the manager will be able to do a little bit of business.

It has been achieved and everyone at the club is delighted, and now we need to move on.

– Vice-chairman Julian Tagg
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