Episode 119 - Plymouth's play-off push

Plymouth Argyle's 5-0 win against Morecambe on Saturday has lifted the Pilgrims to within two points of the League Two play-off spots. Just three years after the club nearly went out of business entirely, are John Sheridan's team back on the road to recovery? We speak to Chris Errington, chief football writer for the Plymouth Herald, about the situation on and off the field at Home Park.


 


With the FA Cup quarter finals taking place this weekend, the boys also interview a man who has already attended thirteen FA Cup ties this season, as part of a quest to follow the winner from each round to the next all the way to Wembley.


 


Coventry fan Mark Lloyd is a member of 'Three Guys, One Cup - an epic FA Cup quest', which began back in August with Quorn vs Holbrook Sports and will finish with the final in May. He is definitely on the road to Wembley - but which Football League side will be joining him? We talk about his journey so far and this Sunday's clash between Sheffield United and Charlton Athletic at Bramall Lane.


 


Elsewhere, there's THAT Chris Martin 'dive' to discuss, Wigan on the charge and Blackpool nosediving towards the drop. There's also Danny Batth, Luke Freeman and Scott Hogan catching the eye, plus Flitcroft vs Hill to come on Friday night. All that plus Peter Briers tells us more about his club Yeovil….


 


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