Ryan Lowe's Plymouth Argyle are a team that like to get forward and score goals.
It's an entertaining, high-risks, high-reward brand of football, but it pays off as most of the time they will simply out-score the opposition.
Having been a beloved club player at Bury, he soon became manager of the squad in May 2018. His style throughout the 2018/19 season helped Bury earn promotion back to League One as one of the highest-scoring teams in the EFL.
He's continued a similar high-tempo playing philosophy at Plymouth Argyle in when he joined in Juny 2019. In his very first season with the Pilgrims, he helped the club earn immediate promotion back to League One.
Manager Ryan Lowe
On collecting four points from the last two away games…
“We’re greedy, aren’t’ we? We wanted six. When you look at these games [away to AFC Wimbledon and Portsmouth], we were missing some players. They’re players that when they’re back fit and join the rest of the group, that we’re becoming a bit of a force now. People are respecting us for what we are, and how we play, and what we go about.
“Four points from the last two games is pleasing. But when you’ve nearly had six, it’s a little bit of a kick in the teeth. We’re lifting the lads up; keep going again.”
On team morale following recent performances…
“You can’t get too high, I think. That’s what you have to do – plan and prepare. But the lads are always in good spirits after a win or positive result, no matter who it’s against. They’re fine and fresh, and looking forward to Saturday.”