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The special training for Plymouth Argyle rookies in summer

Lowe and his coaching staff are working on summer signings to keep them up with his style of play.

Plymouth Argyle coach Ryan Lowe is working hard alongside his staff to help his recruits keep pace with his style of play. Four signings have been made so far this summer and Frank Nouble and Panutche Camara have received professional training, as well as expert probationer Lewis Page.

Ryan Hardie, who has coached with parent club Blackpool, already knows the style of Lowe and Luke McCormick, as a goalkeeper, is another matter. When it comes to Camara, who signed for the club after leaving League Two’s Crawley Town, Lowe has tolerated him so as not to leave a void in midfield.

One of his assets is speed but that needs to be used properly to match Lowe’s system that has been doing so well so far.

Ryan Lowe praised Plymouth Argyle’s teamwork

The Pilgrims bosses are delighted with the way players to pull each other through pre-season training. Plymouth Argyle boss, Ryan Lowe, praised his players for their companionship after just a few weeks of pre-season training.

The squad will head to Scotland next week with high team cohesion on the agenda, as well as play ball and continue their fitness training. But the two sides did not need time to begin to mount, as Lowe revealed that the players are doing everything they can to help each other.

Only four signings have been made so far, with one of them being Ryan Hardie, who was at the club last season.

Luke McCormick, who knows a few on the team, Panutche Camara and Frank Noble are the other new additions, with Lewis Page in trial with the club. So the majority of the team has known each other since last season and they all work as a unit, which pleased boss Argyle and will give them a good substitute for the coming season.