Plymouth Argyle needs YOU
PLYMOUTH Argyle needs YOU in their fight against relegation from the Football League.
The Herald has joined forces with Greens legends Paul Wotton and Gordon Sparks, and other city sports stars like Katherine Endacott to help in the fight ahead of Saturday's vital League Two clash against Fleetwood Town at Home Park (3pm).
Following last night's 0-0 draw against Bradford City, the Pilgrims need a win and their fans this weekend more than ever.
Argyle – battling to retain their Football League status, which they have proudly held for 93 years since 1920 – now have only nine games left to save themselves and just four of them are in front of their adoring Green Army at Home Park.
The Greens need to make those games count and need bumper crowds to help them.
In their last Saturday home game, Argyle were roared on by a crowd of more than 8,200 to a crucial 2-1 win over Barnet.
The Pilgrims hope for another big gate – and priceless three points – this weekend against Fleetwood.
You can do YOUR bit. Not only do you need to turn up at Home Park on Saturday, but we'd like you to recreate the famous Lord Kitchener World War I pose, like Wotton has above and we will print the best in The Herald.
Email your pictures to email@example.com or tweet them using the hashtag #argyleneedsyou.