Following the announcement that Former Bristol City Chairman Colin Sexstone has joined Plymouth Argyle's board of directors the 64 year old said:
“I am absolutely delighted to join the Board of Plymouth Argyle and will try to use my 16years of professional sports experience to help the club to increase their revenues and build a team to make sure that they get back up the leagues as soon as possible.
“I have only joined the Board because the Chairman and other Directors impressed me with their commitment and determination to build a club based on solid foundations, but with realistic ambitions going forward.
“I cannot wait to start.”
Argyle currently lie 19th in League Two, and travel to 5th placed Fleetwood this Saturday (17th Nov).
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