Plymouth Argyle are heading down to League Two following relegation this season, having finished in 21st spot, a result that cost manager Derek Adams his job, when he was relieved of his duties at the end of April.
The Pilgrims have set their sights on 40-year-old Bury manager Ryan Lowe, who has just guided the Shakers to promotion to League One in his first season in charge at Gigg Lane, according to the print edition of The Sun (May 12, Page 59).
So would Lowe be a good appointment at Plymouth?
“I think this would be a good appointment.
“Lowe has just shown with Bury that he is capable of getting teams out of League Two at the first attempt, and that will surely be Plymouth’s aim for next season.
“Usually it would seem strange to step straight back down, but given the financial uncertainty at Gigg Lane, you could understand Lowe being keen on this move.”
“Oh yes, a great appointment.
“It’s a huge shame for Bury, Lowe has done a great job and on the face of it leaving would be a mad move.
“He was linked with Luton and should maybe hold out for a better job.
“With the financial situation at Bury, he perhaps can’t risk that.”
“I think this would be an excellent apportionment for Plymouth. Lowe is a good manager and has done a magnificent job in getting Bury promoted to League One this season.
“I can’t see why he would want to leave Bury though, but he would be a great appointment for Argyle.
“I think he has what it takes to lead Plymouth straight back to League One next season.”