Cup tie promises to be no walk in the park for Green Army
ARGYLE fans will need a good pair of walking shoes when they attend the ESPN-televised FA Cup first round tie away to Dorchester Town on Sunday.
The Football Conference South club have announced there will not be any parking for supporters of either team at the Avenue Stadium.
Dorchester fans are being encouraged to walk to the game, while the travelling Green Army are being advised to use the Fairfield (Market) car park.
This will be signposted from the A35 and is a 15-minute walk from the stadium.
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Argyle coaches will be directed to the Top 'O' Town car park, which is a 20-minute walk away.
There will not be any bar facilities for Argyle supporters at the stadium. The Junction Hotel (postcode DT1 1UF) and Wetherspoons (DT1 1UW) have been designated as the 'away pubs'.
Meanwhile, Dorchester have extended the loan signing of teenage striker Jamie Reid from Exeter City for an additional three days so he can play against Argyle.
Reid has been with the Magpies since the end of July and had been set to return to the Grecians following their home Conference South game against Tonbridge Angels on Saturday.
Dorchester's 100 per cent record at the Avenue Stadium this season came to an end in that match, with the visitors from Kent winning 2-1.
There were fears Dorchester captain Mark Jermyn had fractured a cheekbone against Tonbridge, but after a hospital check-up it was confirmed he had suffered heavy bruising.
Dorchester's starting line-up included a debutant in 18-year striker Jordan Chiedozie, who was signed on a one-month loan from Bournemouth last week.
Chiedozie will be available for selection for the FA Cup clash against Argyle.