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Plymouth Manager Stays

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3:30pm 28th May 2012

Carl Fletcher will manage Plymouth Argyle next season.

The former captain has agreed to a one year rolling contract.

Roman Larrieu is also staying on as his assistant.

It comes after the pair saved the Pilgrims from dropping out of League Two.

3:30pm 28th May 2012

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