Green Army, Herald and Argyle legend get behind the Pilgrims
PROUD members of Plymouth Argyle's Green Army and club legend Kevin Hodges have recreated Lord Kitchener's famous World War I pose and backed The Herald's bid to rally fans ahead of today's massive relegation battle at Home Park (3pm).
League Two play-off hopefuls Fleetwood Town are the visitors.
Argyle need the priceless points at the opposite end of the table, two adrift of relegation rivals Torquay and safety.
Manager John Sheridan and his players are fighting to preserve 93 years of Football League status in the next, vital few weeks.
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Hodges – Argyle's record appearance holder and current Academy manager – has done his bit, recreating Kitchener's iconic pose following fellow Greens legends Paul Wotton and Gordon Sparks and city track and field star Katherine Endacott, who have all proudly featured on the back page of The Herald this week, urging fans to back Argyle. Email YOUR Kitchener pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet them using the hashtag #argyleneedsyou