How YOU can have your say on Argyle
By Pilgrim Pete
March 31 2008
Are you a Plymouth Argyle supporter? Well here’s YOUR chance to have your voice heard, make a difference and have a share in the advertising revenue of this site. We are looking for a fan or group of fans to publish an unofficial Argyle site on SportNetwork, our fast-growing community of fervent fans of clubs all over the country, and it wouldn't be complete without the Green Army.
We think Argyle have the potential to be a club on the climb, and we are sure you agree. Now, this is your chance to play a part in club life on and off the pitch and to provide a forum for like-minded supporters of the club.
You don't have to be a technical wizard, we provide the technology that enables you to build and expand your own site dedicated to Argyle. And it's completely free.
Not only that, but we are introducing a new system which will pay publishers for the number of hits their site attracts.
The better the site, the more popular it becomes - the more hits it attracts, the more money you could make.
Plymouth may be at the wrong end of the Championship table, but the potential is there to do a lot better and every one of the club's fans has every reason to believe Argyle can go places.
Now you can make sure you are part of that bright future and give the Pilgrims and the fans something extra by producing a website dedicated to the club.
Click the link above to see how.
I comprehensively wrote about this process on 12th July 2010 and 6th March 2011.
It is sad to see Plymouth Argyle's plight over the last few seasons considering they finished 11th in the Championship and eight points off the play-offs in 2006/07 and 10th in the Championship and six points off the play-offs in 2007/08. I would be very sad if that happened to Watford, although I am not particularly sad that a few years ago Luton Town suffered a plight similar to that recently experienced by the Pilgrims!
Click here to read why I sensationally sacrificed the big bucks of Chelsea for the adventure of Watford
(image on left not representative of how relative my support of Watford is to my support of Middlesex)