Plymouth Argyle’s young forward Tyler Harvey has joined Bath City on loan.

He will move to the Vanarama National League South side on a 28-day loan.




Harvey, 19, links up with former Argyle coach Gary Owers, who is now manager of Bath City.

The Plymouth-born Academy graduate made his debut as a 17-year-old in November 2012 and has played 58 times for the Pilgrims – 48 from the substitutes’ bench – scoring three goals, including on his home league debut against Torquay United on Boxing Day 2012.

His last Argyle start was in November 2014, when the Pilgrims beat Fylde 2-0 in an FA Cup tie at Home Park.

City are 17th in their division, the sixth tier of English football, just three points above the relegation zone.

They entertain leaders Ebbsfleet United at Twerton Park on Saturday.

Source: www.pafc.co.uk


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