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Fans Re-united for PAFC

Yet again a football club is in serious financial difficulties. Once again the fans might question the validity of the potential buyers. But again fans from other clubs show that we, the supporters, are really just one big family that rallies round in time of need.

A Brighton-lead initiative to hold a Fans Re-united Day for Plymouth Argyle is gathering momentum. The idea is simple, fans from other clubs, wearing their club colours and showing solidarity, always captures media attention.

If you're not supporting your own team on Saturday 24th September then consider a visit to Home Park. At times like this rivalries seem to be an irrelevance; we're all fans and it can happen to any of our clubs.



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Date:Wednesday September 7 2011

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