Former Plymouth Argyle team-mates Martin Gritton and Ian Stonebridge are being reunited on the latest #ArgyleChat podcast.
The pair played as strikers for the Pilgrims between 1999 and 2002, initially when Kevin Hodges was the manager and later after Paul Sturrock took over at Home Park.
Gritton signed for Argyle in the summer of 1998 after previously playing for Cornish part-timers Porthleven.
He went on to make a total of 20 starts and 34 substitute appearances, getting nine goals, before completing a permanent move to Torquay United in 2002.
That followed Argyle’s promotion as Division Three champions the previous season.
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Stonebridge arrived at Home Park as a 17-year-old after being released by Tottenham Hotspur.
He broke into the first team immediately and scored 11 goals in his first season, and his fine form was rewarded with an England under-18 call-up.
Stonebridge made 147 starts and 54 substitute appearances in all competitions, and netted 45 times, before leaving for Wycombe Wanderers in 2004.
Now he and Gritton will be teaming up again to reflect on their time together at Home Park when the latest #ArgyleChat is recorded on Monday.