Plymouth Argyle defender Anthony Charles to miss away match against Chesterfield
DEFENDER Anthony Charles has been ruled out of Plymouth Argyle's away game against Chesterfield on Saturday.
Charles suffered a recurrence of a groin injury in the first half of the 2-0 win at Southend United on Tuesday night.
He was replaced at centre-back Paul Wotton, who went on to give the Pilgrims the lead with a 57th minute penalty.
Charles had originally suffered the groin injury in the 2-1 defeat away to Gillingham on March 9.
He missed the next two matches, with Wotton taking over from him at centre-back, before being recalled to play against Southend.
Meanwhile, striker Warren Feeney and defender Curtis Nelson were returning to training with Argyle this afternoon.
Feeney has been out of action since sustaining an ankle injury in the 2-1 victory over Morecambe at Home Park on January 12.
That was John Sheridan's first match as the Pilgrims' boss after succeeding Carl Fletcher.
Nelson has been sidelined by a persistent groin problem since the 0-0 draw a home to Accrington Stanley on January 26.