Plymouth Argyle F.C. season 2001–02

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The 2001–02 season was the 107th season in the history of Plymouth Argyle Football Club, their 77th in the Football League, and 5th in the fourth tier of the English football league system. Their 12th place finish in the 2000–01 season meant it was their fourth successive season playing in the Third Division.

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Season summary

The club began the 2001-02 season in the Football League Third Division, following a disappointing 12th place finish the previous year.[1] There were signs of change at the club and they finished the season as champions, breaking numerous club records in the process, including a record haul of 102 points.[2] They achieved 31 wins, 9 draws, and 6 defeats, from 46 games. Their leading goalscorer was Graham Coughlan with 11 goals in all competitions - an outstanding achievement for a centre-back. The club reached the Second Round of the FA Cup, drawing 1-1 at home with Bristol Rovers before losing the replay 3-2. They entered the League Cup at the First Round stage and were eliminated away to Watford 1-0. They also competed in the Football League Trophy where they bowed out in the First Round after a 2-1 defeat away to Cheltenham Town. Notable players to begin their careers with the Pilgrims this season included Coughlan, Marino Keith, and Jason Bent.

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