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Argyle apologises after early morning alarm

The alarm at Home Park went off early this morning, waking people living near the ground Credit: ITV News West Country

Plymouth Argyle have apologised to residents living near Home Park after the stadium's alarm went off early this morning.

The system - which was being tested ahead of the new season - malfunctioned and woke up several people living in the Milehouse area.

The club says engineers are trying to fix the problem to stop it happening again.

Plymouth Argyle will wear a poppy next season

Argyle will wear a poppy on their shirts next season Credit: Royal British Legion

Plymouth Argyle will be wearing the Royal British Legion's poppy logo on their shirts next season after agreeing a partnership with the charity.

The Argyle Fans Trust are making a sponsorship donation to Argyle on behalf of the RBL to acknowledge the work the organisation carries out for the men and women of the Armed Services.

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Reuben Reid signs two year deal with Argyle

Reuben Reid signs two year deal with Plymouth Argyle Credit: Joe Giddens/EMPICS Sport

Striker Reuben Reid has signed a new contract with the club which will keep him at Home Park for the next two seasons.

Voted Player of the Year by supporters last season when he was on a season long loan from Yeovil, Reid has rejected offers to go elsewhere in favour of continuing with Argyle. He will be 26 next month.

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Fans favourite Wotton offered new deal

Plymouth Argyle have offered a new contract to veteran and fan favourite, Paul Wotton.

The 36-year-old midfielder, now in his second spell at the club, became the Pilgrim's joint-second highest appearance maker when he played his 491st game for Argyle at Portsmouth on Saturday.

Wotton has played 491 games for Argyle Credit: ITV News West Country

Plymouth Argyle player in hospital after training

A Plymouth Argyle footballer is in hospital after falling ill during training.

Marvin Morgan who signed for the club from Shrewsbury last year, was taken to Derriford Hospital yesterday morning. The striker spent the night there and is now awaiting test results.

The 31-year-old thanked the club's physio for 'saving his life' on his Twitter account.

Tonight's football results

Yeovil Town aren't having much luck in their battle against relegation from the Championship.

They went down 3-2 at fellow strugglers Charlton tonight. Joel Grant and Kieffer Moore both scored for the Glovers.

In League Two though, Plymouth Argyle are just two points away from the play-offs after their win at Newport County tonight.

They won 2-1, with Tyler Harvey and Captain Conor Hourihane both scoring for Argyle.

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