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  • He joined his fourth professional club in the summer of 1907 when he signed with Southern League side Plymouth Argyle.
  • He then made a U-turn and re-entered English football with Souther League side Plymouth Argyle.
  • He joined English League One side Plymouth Argyle on a trial during the summer of 2010.
  • Following the conclusion of the US tour, Swansea's next game came against League Two side Plymouth Argyle.
  • He joined Southern League side Plymouth Argyle towards the end of the campaign, their first as a professional club, and made his debut in March 1904.
  • It took him more than a year to recover from his injury, and in July 1903 he signed for Southern League side Plymouth Argyle.
  • In September 2013 he was loaned to League Two side Plymouth Argyle for three months, during which he made 16 appearances.
  • On 4 November 2011, he joined League Two side Plymouth Argyle on a three-month loan deal; the first player brought into the club since their exit from administration.
  • After leaving Crewe Alexandra in the summer of 2014 he signed for League Two side Plymouth Argyle on a 2 year deal.
  • On 16 November he joined League Two side Plymouth Argyle on loan for two months, joining team-mate Paul Bignot, who had also signed on loan two weeks earlier.
  • He signed for Football League Two side Plymouth Argyle on 30 July 2011 on a free transfer after being released by Ipswich and impressing on trial.
  • On 25 January, out of favour striker Reuben Reid joined his former club Football League Two side Plymouth Argyle on loan for an initial month.
  • On 8 August 2008, in a search for first-team football, Cathcart joined Championship side Plymouth Argyle, on loan until the end of 2008.
  • He was linked in the press with a move to Football League Championship side Plymouth Argyle, and supposedly linked with League One side Leeds United, before being reported to be on trial with Premier League side Birmingham City.
  • In 2009 he moved back to Northern Ireland to join Coleraine where he had a successful one season spell - scoring 30 league goals, and he subsequently joined Glentoran before moving back to England to join Football League One side Plymouth Argyle.
  • The club bounced back from their defeat with a 2-1 victory away at League Two side Plymouth Argyle with goals from Liam Davis and Sam Hoskins.
  • The midfielder joined League Two side Plymouth Argyle on loan for five months on 6 August 2012, for whom he scored his first competitive goal in a 3-0 League Cup win on his debut against Portsmouth on 14 August.