Finley Craske (R) warms up ahead of the Barnet game with Olivier Hulbert (C) and Matty Grivosti (L)

Plymouth Argyle boss Steven Schumacher has told the Plymouth Herald that he and first team coach Kevin Nancekivell have been in regular contact with both Finley Craske and Yeovil Town regarding the defenders progression and have said that they are “quite happy” with his progress.

Schumacher told reporter Chris Erringtond: “I would like him to play but at the moment he’s not getting in their team. Nance (Kevin Nancekivell) is in touch with Chris Hargreaves, who says he’s doing okay.

“It’s a big step up the National League to what Finley played last year so he’s probably just getting used to it, but they are quite happy with how he’s training and he’s not far away from getting in the squads and in the team, so we will leave him where he is for the time being.”

Craske, who has joined for the entirety of the 2022/23 season on loan from our Devonshire friends, is yet to make an appearance for his new side and has only been seen once on the bench, when as an unused sub on the opening day at Scunthorpe.


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