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Full Name: Adam Fletcher Randell
Born: 01 October 2000
Came from: Trainee Went to:
First game: 13 November 2018 Last game: 30 April 2022
Appearances: 41 (16/25) Goals: 1
Randell, a midfielder from Plymstock School, was recruited at the age of nine while playing for his local team, Hooe Rovers. He attended the development centre at Stoke Damerel before joining Argyle's academy as an under-11 the following year.
Coming through the junior ranks, he impressed in the successful FA Youth Cup run in 2017-18, helping to knock out Manchester City and Burnley. Impressive midfield showings in the Premier League Cup, Central League and Peninsula League followed, including several eye-catching goals.
His first team debut came in November 2018 alongside a number of other academy prospects in a 'dead rubber' EFL Trophy tie at Newport County after Argyle had lost their first two games at the group stage.
After signing his first professional contract in June 2019, new manager Ryan Lowe handed the academy graduate the captainís armband for three of that summer's pre-season friendlies. Randell made his full League debut in the second month of the new campaign, as a 76th minute substitute in a 2-2 draw at home to Oldham Athletic. At the end of that COVID19-hit season, he was rewarded with another contract, reflecting the potential that Lowe saw in him.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
The details below reflect appearances in all first-team competitions.
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