Argyle assistant snubs Clarets offer
Instead the former Newcastle coach will remain at Plymouth, where he is assistant to Paul Mariner. It is understood Carver has agreed a new improved contract at the Championship club, who are fighting a relegation battle. He said he had rejected Burnley's offer out of loyalty to Mariner. Carver told Radio Five Live: "The club's board has a five-year plan and I want to be part of that. "I felt I had to be loyal to Paul for giving me this opportunity. In the short-term we have a lot of hard work to keep Plymouth in the Championship." Laws was appointed by Burnley on Wednesday as Owen Coyle's successor on a two-and-a-half-year deal. His backroom staff already includes former Scunthorpe and Sheffield Wednesday assistant Russ Wilcox, while 38-year-old captain Graham Alexander will take up a new role as player-coach.
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