Pilgrims welcome Bolton and Ennis back to the squad
The Herald|December 04, 2021
DEFENDER James Bolton and striker Niall Ennis will be part of the Plymouth Argyle squad for the FA Cup second round tie away to Rochdale tomorrow after recovering from long-term injuries.
CHRIS ERRINGTON

Clubs can name up to nine substitutes in the competition - using a maximum of five of them - and both Bolton and Ennis will be on the bench for the Pilgrims at the Crown Oil Arena.

It is the first time that Bolton, a summer signing from League One rivals Portsmouth, has been part of a matchday squad for Argyle after suffering an ankle injury early in preseason.

Manager Ryan Lowe has been impressed by the way that Bolton has looked in training this week but is unlikely to call upon him just yet.

His inclusion in the squad against Rochdale is more to get him used to feeling properly part of the Pilgrims’ set-up.

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