Plymouth Argyle’s progress restored after Graham Carey downs Doncaster | Jeremy Alexander

12 December 2016 10:00
Derek Adams’ team recovered from three successive defeats to return to the top of League Two with a 2-0 defeat of Doncaster RoversTwo gift-wrapped goals came at just the right time for Plymouth Argyle and returned them to the top of League Two at the expense of their opponents, Doncaster Rovers. A 14-match unbeaten run had taken them seven points clear in mid-November before three unlikely defeats enabled Rovers and Carlisle to overhaul them. This 2-0 win at Home Park, coupled with Luton holding Carlisle to 1-1, restored the Pilgims’ supremacy and confidence at a critical time. Before Christmas they face Newport County away in a Cup replay whose winners go lucratively to Anfield.Saturday’s managers were boyhood friends in Scotland. Derek Adams stayed there, bar a couple of games for Burnley, and came to Plymouth 18 months ago on the strength of unprecedented success for Ross County. In May, four seasons after they were saved from falling into the Conference on the final day, they lost in the play-off final to AFC Wimbledon. Related: Nicklas Bendtner own goal sets up Derby win over Nottingham Forest Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian