Keep up to date with the latest news delivered direct to your Inbox.
New Plymouth Argyle Chief Exec: "I Want To Be Part Of Pilgrims' Resurgence"
2:38pm 9th July 2013
The new Chief Executive of Plymouth Argyle has told Pirate FM he wants to be a part of the club's resurgence.
Martyn Starnes has laid out his priorities for the Pilgrims, after last season's battle to save the side from administration.
He arrived from Yeovil Town after overseeing their promotion to the Championship.
Martyn said: "I love football, I love football clubs. Wherever I've been working, I give everything to that particular club and it's always sad to see one suffering the sort of demise that Plymouth had. And I hope I can be part of the resurgence.
Martyn explained explained how he envisaged his new role at the Pilgrims.
He said: "One that is going to develop the commercial side of the business, try and help John Sheridan as much as possible to provide the funding for the team and to encourage growth and development of the club throughout."
Share This StoryTweet
Woman Dies In House Fire
'Brave' neighbour attempted to rescue her in Wadebridge
WATCH: The Weird Moment Thousands Of Birds Descend On A Cornish Village
It looks like something out of a horror film - but locals were horrified by the mess it left...
Cornwall Man Accused Of Child Murder
Cornwall News: Matthew Scully-Hicks denies killing adoptive daughter
David Miliband: Labour at its weakest for 50 years under Corbyn
National News: David Miliband has thrown himself into Labour's by-election infighting by declaring the party is at its weakest for 50 years, while also refusing to rule out a comeback.
Foo Fighters to headline at Glastonbury 2017
Showbiz News: The Foo Fighters have been announced as headliners for Glastonbury Festival 2017.
French prosecutors launch judicial inquiry into Francois Fillon 'fake jobs' claims
World News: French prosecutors have opened a judicial inquiry into claims Francois Fillon gave his wife a "fake job".
Rory McIlroy says game of golf with Donald Trump not 'an endorsement'
Sports News: Rory McIlroy has defended his decision to play golf with Donald Trump after a flood of criticism and abuse, saying it "was, quite simply, a round of golf".
Men and women 'need different things' to keep friendships alive
Strange News: Your ability to keep long-distance friendships alive may depend on your gender, according to a new study.
Fewer Traffic Police on Cornwall and Devon's Roads
Cornwall News: New statistics show it has dropped by five percent in five years