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    Posted by Il Duce - I like Gus Poyet, but I don't think he would be able to deal with things here. We need a lower league expert, someone who knows how to build a side that can progress us out of League One.

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      Plymouth have a pretty huge catchment area for youngsters. Good decision to have Warren 'Al Add' Aspinall there
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      Aspinall will be able to judge if he is good enough for the DS and a future prospect.
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      Interesting, and the two Plymouth fan comments are hilarious too. Do they realise their finances aren't exactly sound?
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      I can't get that site to load for some reason, can someone post the article on here? What position is this lad?
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      No. Katie Hopkins would never approve.
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      Interesting, and the two Plymouth fan comments are hilarious too. Do they realise their finances aren't exactly sound?
      It's easier to take if your better players are bought by a premiership team. I can understand their frustration to be honest. And I think it'll take a few more years for people's opinions about us to change. Amex and the Gus revolution seems to have passed many by.
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      Interesting, and the two Plymouth fan comments are hilarious too. Do they realise their finances aren't exactly sound?
      Hmm it doesn't seem that long ago our fans were saying similar things about letting our players go cheaply. It's a valid point and its very irritating seeing other clubs take advantage of your situation.
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      Tyler Harvey from Plymouth


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      I can't get that site to load for some reason, can someone post the article on here? What position is this lad?
      MANAGER John Sheridan has highlighted the potential of 16-year-old Plymouth Argyle apprentice Ryan Lane.

      The versatile left-sided midfielder has played as a substitute in the Pilgrims' last two pre-season games, away to Tiverton Town and Bath City.

      Sheridan thought the performance of Lane was one of the plus points to come out of the goalless draw with Bath on Tuesday.

      He admitted the academy product could be involved when Argyle play League One outfit MK Dons at Home Park on Sunday (3pm) in their penultimate pre-season game.

      Lane was sent on in the 61st minute against Bath and the Pilgrims boss was impressed at how he slotted into the side.

      Sheridan told Herald Sport: "I was very pleased with the way young Ryan played. I think he looked very comfortable.

      "The thing I like about him is that he walks on the pitch and he struts around like he is a good player.

      "I like that in someone young. He has got that little arrogance as a footballer but not in a bad way.

      "I think he played two-touch all night and he didn't give the ball away once. Well, I didn't see him do that."

      Lane, a former Ivybridge Community College student, only started out as an apprentice at Argyle earlier this month.

      Sheridan had seen him play within the club's academy set-up last season, but Lane also came recommended by Gary Owers.

      Owers is now Sheridan's number two but was previously head of coaching for Argyle's academy, under the leadership of Kevin Hodges.

      Sheridan said: "I have seen him (Lane) play before. Gary speaks very highly of him and so does Kev (Hodges).

      "Even when he first came and trained with us, I just liked the look of him.

      "He caresses the ball and plays simple, but he can be a nasty thing when he wants to be and I like that in a young footballer.

      "You have got to have belief in yourself more than anyone else. I was very pleased with him against Bath.

      "He can play left-sided but I think I like him in the middle of the park. He was a plus point to come out of the game.

      "He got involved the other day as well (at Tiveton), and I wouldn't be frightened of even involving against MK Dons."

      Championship club Meanwhile, Brighton and Hove Albion are tracking the progress of Argyle's first-year professional striker Tyler Harvey.

      Brighton scout Warren Aspinall has watched Harvey, 18, play as a substitute in the Pilgrims' pre-season games against Tiverton and Bath.

      It was Brighton who paid an undisclosed fee for former Argyle under-18s goalkeeper Christian Walton last season.
      Posted by Il Duce - I like Gus Poyet, but I don't think he would be able to deal with things here. We need a lower league expert, someone who knows how to build a side that can progress us out of League One.
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      MANAGER John Sheridan has highlighted the potential of 16-year-old Plymouth Argyle apprentice Ryan Lane.

      The versatile left-sided midfielder has played as a substitute in the Pilgrims' last two pre-season games, away to Tiverton Town and Bath City.

      Sheridan thought the performance of Lane was one of the plus points to come out of the goalless draw with Bath on Tuesday.

      He admitted the academy product could be involved when Argyle play League One outfit MK Dons at Home Park on Sunday (3pm) in their penultimate pre-season game.

      Lane was sent on in the 61st minute against Bath and the Pilgrims boss was impressed at how he slotted into the side.

      Sheridan told Herald Sport: "I was very pleased with the way young Ryan played. I think he looked very comfortable.

      "The thing I like about him is that he walks on the pitch and he struts around like he is a good player.

      "I like that in someone young. He has got that little arrogance as a footballer but not in a bad way.

      "I think he played two-touch all night and he didn't give the ball away once. Well, I didn't see him do that."

      Lane, a former Ivybridge Community College student, only started out as an apprentice at Argyle earlier this month.

      Sheridan had seen him play within the club's academy set-up last season, but Lane also came recommended by Gary Owers.

      Owers is now Sheridan's number two but was previously head of coaching for Argyle's academy, under the leadership of Kevin Hodges.

      Sheridan said: "I have seen him (Lane) play before. Gary speaks very highly of him and so does Kev (Hodges).

      "Even when he first came and trained with us, I just liked the look of him.

      "He caresses the ball and plays simple, but he can be a nasty thing when he wants to be and I like that in a young footballer.

      "You have got to have belief in yourself more than anyone else. I was very pleased with him against Bath.

      "He can play left-sided but I think I like him in the middle of the park. He was a plus point to come out of the game.

      "He got involved the other day as well (at Tiveton), and I wouldn't be frightened of even involving against MK Dons."

      Championship club Meanwhile, Brighton and Hove Albion are tracking the progress of Argyle's first-year professional striker Tyler Harvey.

      Brighton scout Warren Aspinall has watched Harvey, 18, play as a substitute in the Pilgrims' pre-season games against Tiverton and Bath.

      It was Brighton who paid an undisclosed fee for former Argyle under-18s goalkeeper Christian Walton last season.
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