With the world of football currently being put on hold, many Plymouth Argyle fans will be using this lull to assess how their season has gone so far under Ryan Lowe.
The Liverpudlian assumed the role of manager at the beginning of last summer, as the Pilgrims found themselves back in League Two after relegation the previous campaign.
Lowe was brought in with one objective in mind – achieve promotion at the first time of asking. As it stands, the side are well on their way to doing just that.
Plymouth currently occupy the third and final automatic promotion spot in the League Two table, amassing 68 points from their 37 games so far.
With just nine games left to play, the league title is still all to play for, as both Swindon and Crewe are just one point better off.
Given the current circumstances, many of the Plymouth faithful are bound to have questions over what the future holds in the coming months.
Here, we take a look at TWO questions that most Plymouth Argyle fans will be asking themselves right now…
Will the season restart?
This may be the question that is on every fan’s lips at the club right now, considering Plymouth’s current position in the league table.
With so many permutations at stake, the fans will want to know what will happen with regards to their season, with the title and promotion still all to play for.
The EFL have stated that football will be postponed until April 30 at the earliest, but with the current restrictions that the government have imposed on the general population, it remains to be seen if the games can resume by that date.
That means Argyle fans may be worried at the chances that the season could be made void, as all of the team’s hard work will be for nothing.
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What is Argyle’s current financial situation?
With no fixtures being played, all clubs up and down the country will not have their key form of income coming in – gate receipts.
This especially applies to clubs lower down the pyramid, as a significant chunk of many sides’ financial power has now been taken away.
Plymouth fans will want to know if the future of their club is in good hands, and luckily for them, club chief executive Andrew Parkinson provided an update on the current situation.
Reported by the Plymouth Herald, Parkinson stated that the club are “in a relatively stable position (financially) and we can make ends meet.”
Although that is good news for now, it remains to be seen how much longer clubs in League One and League Two can sustain themselves.