Southend United 1-2 Plymouth Argyle [League Two]
Neil Harris (38), Wes Fletcher (28), Paris Cowan-Hall (66)
Plymouth Argyle 1-2 Exeter City [Johnston's Paint Trophy South, 1st Round]
Wes Fletcher (50), Steve Tully (pen, 59), Guillem Bauza (66)
Port Vale 0-2 Plymouth Argyle [League Two]
Maxime Blanchard (55), Jose Ortiz (83)
Plymouth Argyle 1-1 Cheltenham Town [League Two]
Wes Fletcher (69), Daryl Duffy (22)
Plymouth Argyle 1-1 Torquay United [League Two]
Rhys Griffiths (34), Rene Howe (17)
Bradford City 2-2 Plymouth Argyle [League Two]
Paul Benson (2, 93), Jose Ortiz (60), Wes Fletcher (85)
Plymouth Argyle 4-1 York City [League Two]
Rhys Griffiths (21), Paul Wotton (55), Wes Fletcher (60), Andres Gurrieri (74), Ashley Chambers (76)
Fleetwood Town 2-3 Plymouth Argyle [League Two]
Jamie Devitt (35), Gerardo Bruna (39), Rhys Griffiths (26, 43, 55)
PLAYER OF THE MONTH
Without a doubt the best player this month was Wes Fletcher. The striker played in all 8 of the games and started 7 of them, achieving an average rating of 7.31 and scoring 5 goals.
LEAGUE POSITION: 2nd
September was a very congested month in terms of fixtures, playing 7 league matches and 8 matches overall in this time. However, we did not lose a single league match and are the only team thus far to remain unbeaten in the month. A particular highlight was beating York City 4-1, who were 3rd at the time (I think we were 4th before the match). Despite our free-scoring form (16 goals in 8 games), we are still conceding way too many goals, which is reflected by the fact that we've conceded 10 in 8, keeping only one clean sheet. My defence definitely needs some fixing, but I don't have the funds to buy new players without making the wage budget even more unbalanced, so the changes will be tactical. Losing to Exeter City at home was frustrating too, given the intense rivalry between the two clubs. But we are looking very strong in the league and I hope it can continue.
EDWARDS BEGINNING TO SILENCE THE NAY-SAYERS
It may be early days yet but rookie Argyle boss Lewis Edwards looks at home already. His side are 2nd of the league after 10 games and remain the only team to not be beaten yet. This has come much to the surprise of the fans, who casted their doubts upon him from day one.
'I'm pleased that the fans have had patience with me so far, and I hope I am rewarding them," stated a rather jubilant Argyle manager. "This is just the beginning of a long-term plan to reach eventual Premier League football.
Now it's important to focus and not get ahead of ourselves. We've got a massive game against Oxford next, and if we can win that, I think that puts us in a really strong position for the rest of the season."
Oxford currently sit at the top of the table, but Edwards reckons there is no opponent in the league too strong for his team.
"Am I scared? No, and even if I was, I would be comforted knowing that they [Oxford] are just as scared. However, I'm not complacent. There is no room for that. We must be alert."