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.
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.
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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Plymouth Argyle has been named The Football League Family Club of the Year for League 2 at The Football League Awards 2014.
The club received the award at the gala ceremony in London last night in front of over 600 guests from clubs, sponsors and the football industry.
The Football League Awards 2014 has given us the opportunity to reward outstanding achievement, both on and off the pitch, by Football League clubs.
Every one of tonight's winners is a worthy recipient of their award and all the other nominees have helped set an exceptional standard this year.
It has been a tremendous celebration of life in The Football League.
Tonight's League Two match between Newport County and Plymouth Argyle has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
A pitch inspection will be held at 12:30 this afternoon to see if Plymouth Argyle's match against Newport can go ahead.
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Plymouth Argyle have been knocked out of the FA Cup. They were beaten by Port Vale in tonight's third round replay at Home Park.
Andres Gurrieri put the Pilgrims ahead in the second minute. Vale equalised on the half hour, and although Argyle regained the lead six minutes later through captain Conor Hourihane, the League One side scored twice in the second half to win 3-2. Reuben Reid also missed a late penalty.
Vale will now face Championship side Brighton in the fourth round.
Plymouth Argyle go in search tomorrow of a much needed Christmas cheer at Home Park. John Sheridan's Pligrims host Bury but last won a home league game one month ago.
He insist they've been playing well without scoring goals and that this busy period is a real opportunity to move up the table.