Honouring an Argyle Legend

Retain Limited is delighted to be able to welcome David Anderson to Home Park on Saturday to watch Plymouth Argyle FC take on Leeds United in the Sky Bet Championship early kick-off.

The name Anderson will prick up a few ears amongst the Green Army, and rightly so. David is the brother of the late Peter Anderson, who is an Argyle legend. Peter played over 250 games and scored almost 50 goals for the Pilgrims from 1953 to 1962.

Born in the Devonport district of Plymouth in 1932, Peter was one of the best home-grown talents to have played for the club. As a winger, he could easily play with both feet and mix it up on either flank. In his debut season, he helped his team finish fourth in what is now the Championship division.

David is a lifelong supporter of the Pilgrims, having spent most of his life living in Britain’s Ocean City. He marked his 89th birthday just before Christmas and will celebrate his platinum (70th) wedding anniversary later this year.

This is a remarkable achievement, and we’re sure the King will be sending a message of congratulations to commemorate this special occasion.

As a principal partner of Plymouth Argyle FC, we’re thrilled to be in a position to support David and his family so he can cheer on his beloved Pilgrims at a stadium which his brother once graced. We hope you enjoy the game and the hospitality, David!

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