Plymouth will be one of many sides worrying about the current suspension to the football season as they push for a return to League One.
They were relegated from the third-tier last season but under Ryan Lowe appeared to be in serious contention for the perfect response, sat in the automatic promotion places with just ten games remaining.
Here, however, we are taking a bit of a look back as we pick the best Plymouth side of the Millennium.
This time it is the full-backs’ turn, and here are FOUR options for you to choose from…
The veteran left-back was part of the Plymouth set-up between 2004 and 2010 before he left for Bristol Rovers on a free transfer.
In 2015, however, he returned to the club and has worn the captain’s armband since.
Altogether, he has played nearly 300 times for Argyle and there was never a chance he would miss out on this list.
He may have only spent a couple of seasons with the club but his performances during their promotion-winning campaign of 2016/17 have made him a definite option in this one.
Miller played 38 times in Derek Adams side as they won promotion to League One. He would only go on to play 18 more times for the club but his brilliant performance that season remains ingrained in fans’ memories.
Certainly, one of the more exciting full-backs to ply his trade with Argyle this Millennium.
Bhasera was a thrilling player to watch during his three years with the club, racking up over 100 appearances, scoring four goals and assisting 12 more.
He was a menace for opposition defenders and provided a great outlet for some electric Plymouth attacks.
Connolly spent over six years in the Plymouth first-team after rising through the academy at Home Park.
Definitely more known for his defensive prowess, he was a regular under both Paul Sturrock and Ian Holloway before he eventually moved on to Derby County, whom he captained in the Championship.
He only scored once for Argyle, during a 3-0 win against Norwich, but the erruption of joy among the fans when he did showed what a special player he was for the club.