With Plymouth Argyle’s future still up in the air football supporters around the country have been implored to take part in a specially designated ‘Fans
While the Pilgrims host Macclesfield Town in League Two fans everywhere have been encouraged to wear green at their club’s games this weekend to show solidarity for the financially stricken club.
The ‘Go Green’ initiative was a huge success last night at Brighton’s live televised game with Leeds as a significant amount of the 20,646 crowd lofted green cards into the air as well as letting off a number of green balloons that were given to them by ambassadors of the campaign before kick-off.
It not only created a wonderful image at the AMEX Stadium but also displayed a brilliant example of the prevailing goodwill nature of football fans, a sentiment that is certainly not lost on the Seagulls fans who saw their club suffer similar financial strife in 1997.
The day will certainly be improved further if Plymouth can secure a win today under new caretaker manager Carl Fletcher as they look to kickstart a season that has seen the side pick up just one point in nine games.