TUFC 0 Plymouth Argyle 3 (Ennis, 41′, Camara, 45′, Hardie, 81′) United suffered their first defeat of pre-season, as neighbours Plymouth ran out 3-0 winners at Plainmoor. Goals from Niall Ennis and Panutche Camara late in the first period left United somewhat short-changed after a evenly-matched opening 45 minutes, and despite their best efforts
Torquay United’s pre-season preparations go up a gear tomorrow, as Plymouth Argyle provide the next challenge for Gary Johnson’s side. Following pre-season victories over Poole Town and Truro City, United will be looking to make it three wins out of three when they host familiar foes on Saturday (3pm KO). Who’s the Boss? Ryan Lowe
With United’s warm-up schedule now well underway, 1899 Magazine is back for 2021/22! With supporters back inside Plainmoor once again, Torquay United’s ever-popular matchday magazine, 1899, is back and better than ever, with our latest edition covering all of our home pre-season friendlies, including our forthcoming clashes against Plymouth, Chippenham and Bournemouth U23s. In this
TUFC 3 (Wright, 6′, Slough, 59′, Lolos 87′) Truro City 0 Torquay United’s pre-season at Plainmoor began in style, as they made it two wins out of two with victory over Truro City. Although there were a number of new faces in The Gulls’ line-up, the opening goal came from a familiar source, with
Official TUFC TV catches up with new signing Ali Omar following his arrival at Plainmoor last week, with the defender taking the opportunity to tell us about how he is settling into life on the English Riviera, as well as his hopes for 2021/22.
Gary Johnson’s men return home for their first pre-season friendly on Tuesday evening, as Truro City head to Plainmoor. Although it’s all about preparing for the big kick-off on August 21st at this stage, Saturday’s 2-0 victory was an excellent way to get a new era underway, with United’s charges – old and new –