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Steve Dean


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Thursday 30th July 2020

As two come in the door, one leaves Home Park with the confirmation that Callum McFadzean will not be renewing his contract at Argyle. The wing-back has decided to decline the offer to remain closer to home.


Argyle's second signing of the summer has been confirmed with the return of star striker Ryan Hardie on a season long loan. After a highly impressive couple of months on loan last season, he has joined for the duration of the campaign and will wear the number 9 shirt.


Argyle's former captain Luke McCormick has rejoined the club for a third spell after two years at Swindon Town. McCormick was let go by Derek Adams two years ago but Ryan Lowe has decided to bring him back to contend with Mike Cooper for the starting berth. Lowe said: "We are very pleased to have been able to bring Luke back to the club. He has got great experience, it's obviously a club close to his heart, and he is a favourite of the Green Army. We feel Luke will provide good competition with Mike Cooper for the first-team position."


Argyle announced that it was beginning an organisational overhaul of the club's internal structuring following the loss of revenue from tickets and hospitality, caused by COVID-19. The club said that this may result in redundancies.


Argyle have offered two year scholarships to seven players, giving them the chance to be part of the academy for the next two seasons. Five of them: Carlo Garside, Lewis Moyle, Oscar Massey, Brandon Pursall and Angel Wariuh have been with Argyle for many years. They have been joined by Jamal Salawu and Oscar Rutherford of Bristol City and Southampton respectively.


Versatile youngster Jarvis Cleal has become the latest player to commit his future to Argyle for the 2020/21 campaign. Cleal began to appear around the fringes of the squad this season and made his firs appearance for the club in the final game before the suspension of the season, against Macclesfield. Callum McFadzean remains the only player yet to decide on his contract. Lowe said of Cleal: "Jarvis is a talented lad and we are delighted he's signed his first professional contract with us. He moved away from home to further his career down at Argyle and his application was first-class last year - which is why we rewarded him with his first-team debut. Jarvis has got great ability and attitude - he has all the attributes to potentially be a big player for the future."

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