Portsmouth fan Scott McLachlan is walking to all 92 League clubs in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.
Scott, whose walk has been delayed due to a foot injury, is due to arrive in Plymouth on Sunday, having walked via Bournemouth and Torquay in the last two weeks. Scott is pictured below with an Argyle scarf as he visited St. Marys stadium earlier.
Scott will be at Home Park at 10am on Monday 16th September if any fans would like to say hello and wish him well on his amazing journey. Most likely around the old grandstand gates.
His journey will take around six months as he covers some 2,500 miles. Scott has decided that he will either camp overnight or rely on the goodwill of football supporters to put him up. Argyle Fans’ Trust’s Ed Shillabeer is the host for Scott as he passes through Plymouth.
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