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Early Season Argyle Stats

All the early season statistics from Argyle's first eight league and cup games of the new season.

The Greens played six league games, winning three and losing three, scoring six and conceding six.
Reuben Reid is the joint-second top scorer in League Two with three goals while Lewis Alessandra also has three goals but all have come in the two cup competitions - the Capital Cup One and the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

Argyle are second on the attendance list for League Two with an average of 7,629, only Portsmouth have a higher average crowd at 16,256.
Argyle's average crowd this season is only bettered by seven clubs in League One.

Argyle's three league away games at Southend, Cheltenham and Morecambe have resulted in the home team's highest attendance of the season, mainly due to the large numbers of the travelling Green Army with a total of 2,428 watching the three away league games at an average of 809.

Striker Marvin Morgan has committed 16 fouls, the highest in League Two.

Only Conor Hourihane, Rommy Boco, Lewis Alessandra and Reuben Reid have started all eight league and cup games.

Tyler Harvey at 18 years old and 36 days is the fourth youngest player to play in League Two this season.

Hamza Bencherif is the only Algerian player in League Two and the only player from Benin is Rommy Boco.




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Writer: Ian De-Lar Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 10 2013

Time: 9:18AM

 

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