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Argyle End Of Season Stats

A complete round-up of Plymouth Argyle's League Two statistics for season 2013-2014.

The Pilgrims' ended the season in 10th place on 60 points; the highest finish since 2007-2008 when the Greens also finished 10th in the Championship. This season the team were 11 points away from a play-off place and 10 points away from relegation.

The team won 16 games, drew 12 and lost 18. The record at Home Park was winning eight games, drawing seven and losing eight, picking up 31 points, the exact same record as last season.
While the away record was winning eight games, drawing five and losing 10, picking up 29 points on the road.

Argyle scored a total of 51 goals and conceded 58, with a home record of 23 goals scored (only three teams scored less in League Two) and 26 conceded. The Pilgrims' scored 28 goals and conceded 32 on the road.

John Sheridan's side were in the relegation zone just once for the second game of the season and occupied a play-off place one time after the 37th game of the season.

Argyle's average attendance at Home Park was 7,304 (7,096 last season), the second highest in the league. The visit of Exeter City attracted the biggest gate of the season at 13,442, the lowest home attendance was 5,689 for the game against Newport.
The biggest attendance in League Two was 18,181 for Portsmouth v Oxford.

16,881 fans followed Argyle for away games at an average of 734.

The Pilgrims' clocked-up 10,959 miles on the road at an average of 476 miles for each away game.

Argyle had 460 attempts on goal, 229 were on-target and 231 off-target and hit the woodwork 15 times.

Reuben Reid was Argyle's top scorer with 21 goals, including 17 league goals, followed by Lewis Alessandra with 12 goals and Conor Hourihane with nine.
Hourihane provided the most goal assists with six.

The Greens had 233 corners while the opposition had 306.

Reid had the most attempts on-goal in League Two at 105; 46 on-target, 58 off-target and hit the woodwork once.

Reid made the most appearances in all competitions at 54 followed by Hourihane (53) and Curtis Nelson (52).

The Greens received three red cards and 53 yellow cards and committed 434 fouls and gave away three penalties. Durrell Berry received the most yellow cards (9) for Argyle.
Reid committed 62 fouls, the ninth highest in the league.


Tyler Harvey was the fifth youngest goal scorer in League Two at 18 years 244 days.

Argyle used 30 players this season, Bury used the most at 47 while Oxford used the least amount of players at 24.





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The Journalist

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

Date:Wednesday May 7 2014

Time: 10:01AM

 

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