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Plymouth reveal their new 2020/21 away kit

Newly promoted Plymouth Argyle have chose Monday night to reveal their new 2020/21 away kit which is white and dark green.

The away strip is predominantly white with thin lines down the front and dark green shoulders.

The shorts are dark green and is completed with dark green socks, as you can see in the classy video below…

It came hours after club captain Gary Sawyer signed a new deal at Home Park, extending his illustrious career in Argyle colours.

Manager Ryan Lowe said via the club site: “I am delighted that Gaz has agreed to an extension at Argyle.

“He knows the club like the back of his hand, he’s a good leader, a great character around the place, and he has a great deal of experience at this level.”

The Pilgrims, who will be in League One next season, have already unveiled their home kit too.

Dark green is of course the main colour of the shirt, and is accompanied with black shorts and white socks.

They were modelled by players Joe Edwards, Byron Moore and Dom Telford – all of which are contracted to the club next season.

The Argyle Superstore at Home Park is currently closed to customers due to the coronavirus pandemic.

If you want to get your hands on the kit, you can go onto their shop website by clicking HERE.

Fans rushing to buy the kit will provide much needed funds for the club due to the struggles facing them over.

The home shirt is available to buy via the Argyle Superstore, and it priced at £42 for adults and £32 for juniors.

The away shirt is up for grabs from Wednesday, June the 17th, online, in-store and click and collect.

Ryan Lowe’s side sat third in the table – the last of the three automatic promotion places.

Clubs agreed to end the season via points-per-game (PPG) meaning joining them in being promoted was Swindon and Crewe.

Cheltenham Town, Exeter City, Colchester United and Northampton Town ended up getting a playoff spot, and they begin this Thursday.

Owner Simon Hallett says he can’t give the club anymore cash injections to see it through the tough times.

The Plymouth Argyle chairman, who is a life-long fan of the team and a US-based businessman recently gave one last “substantial amount” of money to help them through since the season was suspended.

It was in 2016 that Hallett first joined the board and has invested more than £6m since as well as help complete work on Home Park’s new Mayflower Stand in November last year.

He initially invested £500,000 and paid £650,000 of debt when he first joined in May 2016, and since then written off a £4m loan and put in £1.5m to help finish the club’s newest stand.

He said it is impossible to have a business plan as the League Two side haven’t got any idea what division they will play in next season or when crowds will be allowed back.

Questions still need to be answered on the financial future of EFL clubs if supporters aren’t allowed into games due to social distancing measures.

After Plymouth reveal their new 2020/21 away kit, fans were left thrilled with what they were seeing…

We couldn’t resist but praise the club for getting their kits spot on too.

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