Dewsnip confident weakened Argyle can still get a result
The Herald|October 06, 2021
DIRECTOR of football Neil Dewsnip says there is no reason for Plymouth Argyle not to be confident about their game against Burton Albion on Saturday, even though two mainstays of the side will be away on international duty.

Defender Brendan Galloway and striker Luke Jephcott have been called up by Zimbabwe and Wales under-21s respectively.

Argyle could have asked for the League One fixture against Burton to be postponed had a third member of their squad been on international duty. However, to the surprise of everyone at Home Park, Panutche Camara was not selected by GuineaBissau for their latest two 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

The strong-running 24-year-old midfielder has been in superb form for the Pilgrims during the first two months of the season.

Camara was selected by Guinea-Bissau for their first two World Cup qualifiers last month but did not join up with the squad because one of the games was in a UK Government red-list country - Sudan.

EFL clubs collectively decided not to release their players for games in red-list countries because it would have involved them having to quarantine on their return and miss three domestic matches.

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