Connect with us

Sky Bet League Two

Controversial keeper extends Plymouth stay

Published

on

Plymoth Argyle’ first-choice goalkeeper Luke McCormick has signed a contract extension that keeps him at Home Park until 2016.

This is McCormick’s second spell at the club and inbetween them he has spent four years in jail for causing the death of two children by dangerous driving. However, he expressed huge relief after signing the extension. “I am absolutely delighted,” he told the club’s official website. “Once I knew that Argyle wanted me to stay, there was no decision for me to make. This is home for me; it is my club.”

McCormick re-joined Plymouth in 2013

McCormick re-joined Plymouth in 2013

Despite being ruled out since February with a broken and dislocated finger, the 30-year-old Englishman is already looking forward to the next season: “I think I have got a lot more to give. There’s definitely more to come from me, and I am already looking forward to next season when I can show that.”

McCormick kept seven clean sheets from his 28 appearances this season.


ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: Controversial keeper extends Plymouth stay

Please leave feedback to help us improve the site: