Plymouth Argyle are looking for a manager to help them bounce back to an immediate promotion from League Two next season. Here is an updated five potential candidates for the job-

Graham Coughlan- The current Bristol Rovers boss is the odds-on favourite for the Argyle job. He took over the Pirates in January and managed to keep them up in League One this season. However, he now looks set to switch to the Pilgrims who he played just under 200 games as a player for.

Paul Hurst- He is still in the hunt for job. The former Grimsby Town and Shrewsbury Town boss was sacked after a brief in the Championship at Ipswich Town in October and is looking to get back into the dugout. He deserves another crack in management.

Ian Holloway- The experienced boss is another name in the frame for Plymouth. He spent a season at the helm at Home Park in 2006/07 and may have unfinished business with the southern side. Holloway has been available since he was sacked by QPR in May last year.


Ian Holloway during the EFL Sky Bet Championship match between Brentford and Queens Park Rangers at Griffin Park, London, England on 22 April 2017. Photo by Andy Walter.

Darrell Clarke- The former Bristol Rovers manager could be a man in-demand this summer from Football League clubs after a new boss. He guided the Gas from the National League to League One during his time there.

Keith Hill- The 49-year-old, formerly of Barnsley and Rochdale, will be keen on returning to management this summer. He spent four years as a player for Plymouth.