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Just listening to Webbo on radio Dem waxing lyrical about Ryan Lowe as best managerial appt since Hollowhead, thought he said something similar about Derek, he is now droning on about how the property non developer saved uzz.
Sychophantic twat.
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Chemical Ali wrote:
Nicky Adams has said he will leave Bury. Steven Schumacher (our likely assistant coach/ manager) has said he'll see him soon- so could possibly be Lowe's first signing (I think it's likely Lowe will be announced tomorrow)?

Its good that his assistant is coming here and he's not been lumbered with Nance as his RHM
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Argyle have put together an article with some of Lowe's media quotes (probably due to the lack of a full announcement- probably happen Monday/ Tuesday)-

RYAN Lowe's exciting brand of football speaks for itself - but what about the man behind the tactics? Here is a selection of quotes from Argyle's new man, in his own words.

“I wasn’t the most talented player in the world. I wasn’t the quickest or the best. But I fought. I scrapped.

“My philosophy was simple. If you’re playing down the park, would you let someone steal your ball without a fight? No chance. So why should it be any different on a football pitch?”

The attitude that typified his playing days

“I’m not having performances like that. I feel let down because they did not carry out instructions. The pride, the passion and the effort wasn’t there

“If we’re going down, we should go down fighting, not with a whimper.

“The standards have dropped and I will not let them drop any lower. If they do, then I will find those players and get rid of them.”

After Bury lost 2-0 at home to Rochdale in April 2018, to leave the Shakers 12 points adrift of League One safety with six games of the season to play

“I want to bring the good times back to this club. It’s been difficult, but ultimately the players have to take responsibility for their performances and I’ll take responsibility for what I do.

“I am hurt and I am gutted. We’ve had three managers this season and there won’t be a fourth. There’s going to be a flush-out before there is another manager.

“That’s down to me, to do what I need to do for this club, and I’ll guarantee 100 per cent that I will.”

Facing up to relegation with Bury, May 2018

“Team spirit’s massive – because I make sure it is. I’m big on nights out, togetherness, meals – whatever it is. We don’t want no big-time Charlies because that doesn’t get you anywhere.

“Any successful team I’ve been in, there’s always been that togetherness; it’s like a family, and that’s what we’ve got.”

At the beginning of Bury’s promotion-winning 2018-19 League Two season, August 2018

“Why can’t we play like Liverpool, Man City or Barcelona? Yes, we might not have the players, but that doesn’t mean we can’t try to entertain and score goals.

“I was a striker; my assistant Steven Schumacher was an attacking midfielder; and we want to score goals. I’m even saying to my strikers, when we’re two or three up, to carry on getting in the right positions, looking for more, trying to play good football.”

The attacking philosophy which saw Bury become League Two’s leading scorers in 2018-19

“I won’t change my style of play. There’s no point. At the moment, we’re doing OK with it and you’ve got to stick with the way you do things.

“I always felt I wanted to do things my way and, if I’m not successful or it doesn’t work out, then at least I’ve tried my way. I was a striker. If you’d put me at centre-half, I’d be no good.

“It’s nice to be recognised for the work we’re doing. A lot of credit has to go to my staff and my players because, without them, it wouldn’t be possible.

“It shows that the work we’re doing, the style of football we’re playing, is getting recognised for the right reasons. We’re scoring goals and doing ever so well, so long may that continue.”

On winning the EFL Sky League Two Manager of the Month Award for January 2019

“I wanted to change the culture of the football club, from selfishness, complacency, arrogance and a blame culture.”

On turning around Bury in less than a season

“We’ve got a winning mentality and it goes from the top of the club to the bottom – and back again. We want everyone to be winning, whether it’s the Academy, the youth team, cup competitions or the first team. We want to be a club that’s winning games.

“Over the past – and I hate talking about the past – we haven’t been used to winning games. Now we are and we’ll stick with that because we’ve got a winning philosophy right through the club.”

February 2019

“It’s nice to have them accolades, it’s recognition we’re playing the right way, but ultimately, it’s just another personal accolade, with the big picture at the end of the season. I’d happily trade them all in for where we want to get to.

“The lads are playing well and buying into what we’re trying to do; we know we’ve got a good team; we’ve got an honest group with some talented footballers; and when you’re winning games, it’s only natural you win these awards.”

On winning the EFL Sky League Two Manager of the Month Award for February 2019

“It’s unbelievable. I’m glad I’ve done it my way and nobody else’s. Our goal was to do it our way and our way only. I wanted to play a good brand of football and, even when we go a goal down, you can see that we get back into it by playing football.

“I wanted to do it my way, and my staff and players have been a credit. They’ve bought into everything I’ve asked them to do so I can’t thank them enough.

“To score so many goals when we’re in League Two, it’s different class. We’ve got special players in there that have been a big part of this. They’ve been amazing.”

After winning promotion, one year after relegation, with a 1-1 draw against Tranmere Rovers at Prenton Park

“It’s been a roller-coaster, but we’ve finally got to where we wanted, and that’s promotion.

“I wanted to be the best in the league right from the start. We couldn’t do that and credit to [champions] Lincoln, but I am so proud of everyone.

“We have gone through the mill a bit at times, we had to go back to the drawing-board, but we’ve worked so hard.

“Everything I’ve asked for the lads have done. There’s never been any backchat; I’ve not fined anyone – they’ve all been superb and they deserve this success.”

After drawing with Port Vale at home on the final day of last season to secure runners-up spot in League Two, May 2019

“I’m happy that I proved certain people wrong. I’ll never judge a book by its cover and I think a lot of people tried to judge me.

“Young managers deserve a chance in the game, especially when they’ve just finished [playing], whether it’s me or someone else.

“Experience, for me, is learning on the job. People might talk about experience in certain circumstances. Well, if certain circumstances come along, then you just ride through it.

“I’d like to think that the bitter and twisted people, who were very negative early on, would come and speak to me and buy me a glass of champagne because I’d do it if I was wrong about someone.”

Reflecting on winning promotion, May 2019

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Let's hope we have seen an end to the culture that makes no apologies for losing 5 1 to Yeovil in preseason.
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I find myself now actually really looking forward to the new season instead of the usual feeling of dread.....
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^ Me also.
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Mook wrote:
I find myself now actually really looking forward to the new season instead of the usual feeling of dread.....


Whilst those of us up the road welcome the fact that the long (protracted even) drawn out saga has resulted in Argyle finding what is potentially and outstanding candidate to appoint. Bury (together with Mansfield) were the two most well organised and set up teams that City played last season. If (and I have to admit it's probably a big 'if') he can assemble the sort of team that he did at Bury Argyle could do well. Main caveat is to do with the number of players readily available in the Manchester area without having to re-locate. The south west is potentially more 'hostile' both from the point of housing costs and also travel. Still - a good choice.
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HP should become a fortress again - attacking football will bring the crowds back also. Last season is now a blur, forward only!!
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PostSubject: Re: Lowe Given Permission to talk to Argyle   Lowe Given Permission to talk to Argyle - Page 20 EmptyThu Jun 06, 2019 1:27 pm

When was the last time all the stars aligned over the summer for Argyle:

A promising manager and the anticipation of a more attacking style. Check
No boardroom parasites. Check
We've even gone and got ourselves a decent kit. It almost screams promotion. Check

I'm not sure I've felt this good in June since the Holloway years.
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Greenlander wrote:
When was the last time all the stars aligned over the summer for Argyle:

A promising manager and the anticipation of a more attacking style. Check
No boardroom parasites. Check
We've even gone and got ourselves a decent kit. It almost screams promotion. Check

I'm not sure I've felt this good in June since the Holloway years.


Remember this is Plymouth Argyle. Optimism, hope and eager anticipation usually ends with shit running down your leg and half a pasty wrapped around the back of the head on wet n windy Tuesday night in February. jocolor geek
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I should also have said how welcome it will be to have a Manager at Argyle who is not monosyllabic and also doesn't rely on stringing together clichés like "at this moment in time" or "We clearly outplayed them" when the team has conceded two late goals. This, and the habit of describing games in a way that no one who was spectating would recognise.
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If he does well for us I’ve no doubt he’ll be back up north in a flash as soon as a bigger job in the Northwest becomes available. I’m actually ok with that really. Just so long as he gets us out of this fookin graveyard division first.
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The start of Plymouth Argyle’s 2019/20 League Two season is already less than nine weeks away.
There is a lot for new boss Ryan Lowe to sort out in a relatively short period of time after his appointment was announced by the Pilgrims on Wednesday afternoon.

We do not know the length of the contracts that Lowe and his assistant manager Steven Schumacher have signed with Argyle.
We have also not had comment from the club on whether reports that they had to pay £150,000 compensation to Bury to secure the release of Lowe are true.
What we do know, however, is that Lowe will be extremely busy in his new role over the coming weeks.
ERALD 7/6/19
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Just going to have to enjoy the ride now,
Get behind Ryan and Steven, hope they can get the team set up with who they want and how they want them to play quickly,
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Czarcasm wrote:
If he does well for us I’ve no doubt he’ll be back up north in a flash as soon as a bigger job in the Northwest becomes available. I’m actually ok with that really.  Just so long as he gets us out of this fookin graveyard division first.


If he gets us up in this coming season that will be remarkable.
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Czarcasm wrote:
If he does well for us I’ve no doubt he’ll be back up north in a flash as soon as a bigger job in the Northwest becomes available. I’m actually ok with that really.  Just so long as he gets us out of this fookin graveyard division first.

i too dont expect ryan to be here long term and he will look to leave after a season to move back north im sure but aslong as the club is covered with compensation and we are out of league two before he does that then i am fine with that too.
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Realistically he must be looking at two years. Total squad rebuild, modest league 2 budget this season as we limp towards finishing the mankover.
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Just hope he ain’t a one season wonder!
Done very well last season but the season before I believe they were relegated and he also coach to a couple of underachieving mangers as well at bury
So let’s hope the board have made the right appointment and take the team forward
Will have to wait and see !
So all I have say now is welcome Ryan Lowe and good luck your gunna need it
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Earwegoagain wrote:
Realistically he must be looking at two years. Total squad rebuild, modest league 2 budget this season as we limp towards finishing the mankover.

Perhaps not. Hallett may well have been reluctant to fund budgets to higher levels whilst the other reluctant one was still hanging around like mustard gas but now the Bents have been terminated and any potential uplift in club value is now Halletts (in the main) times may well have changed. We'll see soon enough...
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harvetheslayer wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Realistically he must be looking at two years. Total squad rebuild, modest league 2 budget this season as we limp towards finishing the mankover.

Perhaps not. Hallett may well have been reluctant to fund budgets to higher levels whilst the other reluctant one was still hanging around like mustard gas but now the Bents have been terminated and any potential uplift in club value is now Halletts (in the main) times may well have changed.  We'll see soon enough...


Precisely harv, from now on he's investing in his own business.
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Les Miserable wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Realistically he must be looking at two years. Total squad rebuild, modest league 2 budget this season as we limp towards finishing the mankover.

Perhaps not. Hallett may well have been reluctant to fund budgets to higher levels whilst the other reluctant one was still hanging around like mustard gas but now the Bents have been terminated and any potential uplift in club value is now Halletts (in the main) times may well have changed.  We'll see soon enough...


Precisely harv, from now on he's investing in his own business.

(sustainably) I am still not sure that he will chuck a few million at the squad in fact I'd be amazed. I think anyone thinking we will come out all guns blazing may well be disappointed, we will still have cash flow problems with the mankover needing finishing and like it or not cash flow will still be very important. I'd still expect a top half finish anything else will be a bonus. The trouble is with very high expectations is that if the club don't meet them it will look like failure and have everyone calling for the managers head again.
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I'm now half looking forward to the new season instead of dreading it  Fact is we've taken a massive  (and totally avoidable) step backwards and now have the extremely difficult task of getting back the third division - AGAIN!  It's up to Hallett as much as Lowe because how long we languish in the wilderness depends on how much Hallett supports his new man financially.  If he continues in the brent mould we could be here a very long time regardless of how good the manager may be.
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Freathy wrote:
I'm now half looking forward to the new season instead of dreading it  Fact is we've taken a massive  (and totally avoidable) step backwards and now have the extremely difficult task of getting back the third division - AGAIN!  It's up to Hallett as much as Lowe because how long we languish in the wilderness depends on how much Hallett supports his new man financially.  If he continues in the brent mould we could be here a very long time regardless of how good the manager may be.
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Lowe was just interviewed live on SSN, came across fairly well.

Said he came here because its a big club, great fanbase. The interviewer said he'd been called the "Jurgen Klopp of Devon" and Lowe said why can't his team play like a Liverpool, Man City, Barcelona, Ajax. Said it may take some time for his style to be implemented and to be patient.

Said he can't wait for the season to start, feels the squad is league one standard and shouldn't have got relegated. Has been speaking to some players about contracts, within the club and outside of the club and has had a lot of phone calls from players wanting to come to the club. Also said that the easy option would have been to stay in the NW, but wanted the challenge.
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