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Around League Two

6 June 2019

As clubs continue their preparations for the new season, we take a look at the latest goings on around Sky Bet League Two -

Plymouth Appoint Lowe

League Two newcomers Plymouth Argyle have appointed Bury boss Ryan Lowe as their new manager.

The Pilgrims suffered an agonising relegation on goal difference last term and have secured the services of the man who lead The Shakers to automatic promotion from the fourth tier.

In doing so, the 40-year-old became the first person to achieve promotion both as a player and a manager at Gigg Lane.

Lowe replaces Derek Adams, who departed Home Park at the end of last season.

Knoyle Heads To Cambridge

Cambridge United have secured the services of Swindon Town defender Kyle Knoyle, with the 22-year-old signing a two year contract at The Abbey.

Knoll chose to turn down an extended stay in Wiltshire to sign for The U's, with the former Dundee United and Wigan Athletic loanee citing Colin Calderwood's influence as a major factor in his move.

The Robins will receive a compensatory fee for the player, as Knoyle is under the age of 23.

Cranston Stays A Shrimp

Morecambe defender Jordan Cranston has extended his stay at The Globe Arena, by signing a new two year contract.

The versatile 25-year-old joined the club on a free transfer from Cheltenham Town last summer and a string of fine performances has resulted in Jim Bentley moving to tie him down on a new long-term deal.

Formerly a trainee at Wolves, Cranston suffered a long period on the treatment table at Cheltenham and is now successfully resume acting his career with the Lancashire outfit.

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