Pilgrims players with more cash woes

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Plymouth's players are expected to go without full payment of their wages for the eighth consecutive month.

Despite the takeover of the club by former Leeds chairman Peter Ridsdale last week, the Pilgrims squad have reportedly had their wages deferred once again.

Goalkeeper Romain Larrieu, the longest-serving player at Home Park, told BBC Radio Devon: "We left in May thinking that it was probably going to be a much more sorted place once we came back. We are still in trouble."

He added: Hopefully we can't be far from the end of the tunnel now.


"But I know that behind the scenes people are working tirelessly to make the club a better place and I do believe it's going to happen."

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