Sparksy makes his top choice in Argyle kit vote
ARGYLE commentator and BBC Radio favourite Gordon Sparks has made his mark in the vote for next season's home shirt.
The Herald has teamed up with Plymouth Argyle to allow readers the chance to choose the kit the Pilgrims will wear during the 2013/14 season.
This is the first time Herald readers have been handed this power.
The club's kit suppliers, Puma, have provided three options. All you have to do is vote on which one you prefer.
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Gordon said he had gone for the option called Evoque, which he said was the most interesting of the three choices.
He cast his vote before the weekend home game against Gillingham. A late equaliser denied Argyle three points, but Gordon welcomed the improved performance.
"Every club goes through a trough. Let's hope we've had ours," he said.
The kit with the most votes by Wednesday, December 5 will be the home shirt Argyle will wear next season.
Supporters can vote for their favourite shirt by coupon (below), or by text or online.
People voting by coupon or text could win one of a number of fabulous prizes. They include the chance to be part of a Pilgrims' official team picture next season; the chance to win the first new shirt out of the factory with your name printed on it and the chance to win a VIP day out at Home Park and meet the manager Carl Fletcher and players.
Five readers will also win one of the new shirts.
You can vote with the coupons or by text as many times as you like.
The three shirt designs vying for your votes are called Evoque, Spirit and Prince.