Branston is Sheridan's second signing for Argyle
EXPERIENCED centre-back Guy Branston has become the second signing of new Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan.
The 34-year-old will be with the struggling League Two club until the end of the season.
Branston, who had a loan spell with Argyle in 1998/99, has been brought in to replace Darren Purse, who moved to Port Vale earlier this month.
He is available for the Pilgrims' game against Morecambe at Home Park tomorrow.
Branton signed for Aldershot Town in the summer but had his contract terminated by mutual consent at the start of January.
One of only five appearances he made for the Shots came against Argyle in a Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie.
Branston had a four-match loan spell at Bristol Rovers recently, before Mark McGhee was sacked as their manager.
Sheridan's first signing as Argyle manager was Ipswich Town striker Ronan Murray.
Murray, 21, completed a loan move to the Pilgrims this morning and will spend the rest of the season with them.