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Good result, in keeping with both teams current form. Hardie looks a shrewd signing by RL on course for promotion.
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COYG!

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Actually only 4th not on goal difference but on total goals scored
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Yes same goal difference, as they say tight as a Ducks arse.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town   Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town - Page 2 EmptySat Jan 18, 2020 6:05 pm

Combination of woeful finishing and brilliant keeping from Palmer kept us in it. They carved open three or four gilt-edged chances in the first 15 mins and should quite literally have had the game won by then.

Bakinson is a different level. Reminds me massively of Diagouraga when he came here and totally controlled games. We improved a lot second half but on that performance Mansfield will be gutted to leave with zero points. Didn't see their goal but by all accounts Palmer at fault. Whatever...I'd still sign him up in a heartbeat if we get the chance.
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Whoop whoop three points in the bag, 10500 there, got to be sustainable now surely.
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Graham Coughlan delivers his post-match verdict



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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town   Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town - Page 2 EmptySat Jan 18, 2020 6:32 pm

Easily a case of the best team lost. Quite concerning. Any aspirations of making the play-offs we're going to have to play MUCH better than that.
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3pts gained - fact!
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town   Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town - Page 2 EmptySat Jan 18, 2020 6:35 pm

Cant say we played that well despite the result but the fact we can produce a good win even under those circumstances is postitive.

I am a big fan of Bakinson he is the missing piece in the midfield we have lacked since Fox left he is going to be vital for us going forward as is Hardie who i was very impressed by different kind of striker we needed.  

Jephcott had a quiet game which in a way is good thing cause we dont want to be putting too much on his shoulders so soon the club need to take care off him to make sure he can be the player we all hope and not declare him so after 2 games like they did with Harvey, Rooney and Fletcher.

Mayor needs to be dropped he isnt the same player he was at Bury, Sareveic wasn't with it at times, Palmer had a poor game im keen to see mansfield's goal to understand how that went in as it looked like a huge error from him,

The defence still concerns me as mansfield to their credit played well and really should have been 3-0 up in the first half had they not missed sitting chances which im sure cocko will be working on that in training with them as it cost them today. The defence was too slow on the counters this is still an issue for us i would like to see lowe bring in another central defender as Josh Grant alone isnt going to do it and Aimson seems destined to never  to play for us again. Cooper played well edwards did ok in parts but messed up plenty of times too.

overall good win not a great performance but we joint 3rd and 6 points behind 1st with 2 games in hand we are in a very good position.


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Home perfomances that i've seen have been very average, yet here we are in fourth place.... all very strange.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town   Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town - Page 2 EmptySat Jan 18, 2020 6:47 pm

Freathy wrote:
Easily a case of the best team lost.  Quite concerning.  Any aspirations of making the play-offs we're going to have to play MUCH better than that.

We've won 10 of the last 13.

Winning 3-1 when you've played shite is shorely the opposite of "quite concerning" innit?
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Les Miserable wrote:
3-1 the charge to the title continues


I would Kevin Keegan it if we are promoted ahead of swindon, their fans gripped my shit on NYD.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town   Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town - Page 2 EmptySat Jan 18, 2020 7:32 pm

Czarcasm wrote:
Freathy wrote:
Easily a case of the best team lost.  Quite concerning.  Any aspirations of making the play-offs we're going to have to play MUCH better than that.

We've won 10 of the last 13.

Winning 3-1 when you've played shite is shorely the opposite of "quite concerning" innit?

It reminds me a little of when Phil Browns Hull team stifled our team of hotshots early on in one of the CCC seasons to grind out a piss poor boring one nil. Argyle fans were incandescent with rage apart from me and a couple of others who admitted we'd been beaten by the better team. I went one better and put a tenner on Hull to go up at 25/1. His team was awful to watch but he got past the likes of Us, Raeding and Cardiff to name a few and got prompted to the prem. We don't seem like a team that's going to get disheartened now and have some belief. It could well take us all the way. Personally I think the biggest credit needs to go to Lowe from turning the worst defence in living memory into a pretty tight unit, I definitely got that wrong.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town   Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town - Page 2 EmptySat Jan 18, 2020 7:48 pm

Earwegoagain wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
Freathy wrote:
Easily a case of the best team lost.  Quite concerning.  Any aspirations of making the play-offs we're going to have to play MUCH better than that.

We've won 10 of the last 13.

Winning 3-1 when you've played shite is shorely the opposite of "quite concerning" innit?

It reminds me a little of when Phil Browns Hull team stifled our team of hotshots early on in one of the CCC seasons to grind out a piss poor boring one nil. Argyle fans were incandescent with rage apart from me and a couple of others who admitted we'd been beaten by the better team. I went one better and put a tenner on Hull to go up at 25/1. His team was awful to watch but he got past the likes of Us, Raeding and Cardiff to name a few and got prompted to the prem. We don't seem like a team that's going to get disheartened now and have some belief. It could well take us all the way. Personally I think the biggest credit needs to go to Lowe from turning the worst defence in living memory into a pretty tight unit, I definitely got that wrong.

I don't think it's a case of you getting it wrong. The defence as a whole were truly awful and deserved all the flack they got a few months back. But Lowe has indeed instilled belief into them and they are now light years ahead performance-wise than in Aug-Oct.

What passes Freathy by aswell is it looks like Lowe has brought in a couple of January Gems in Bakinson and Hardie.
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Freathy wrote:
Easily a case of the best team lost.  Quite concerning.  Any aspirations of making the play-offs we're going to have to play MUCH better than that.

lol!

Chin up bud
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town   Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town - Page 2 EmptySat Jan 18, 2020 8:01 pm

Mook wrote:
Freathy wrote:
Easily a case of the best team lost.  Quite concerning.  Any aspirations of making the play-offs we're going to have to play MUCH better than that.

lol!

Chin up bud
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town   Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town - Page 2 EmptySat Jan 18, 2020 8:39 pm

For the first half hour today, Freathy could have called it spot on with 4-0 to the stags as they should have been well and truly out of sight by atleast 3 or 4. Palmer made two very good saves to deny two certain goals, whilst their very poor finishing let us off another two goals that any other side would have tucked away easily.
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As above out played and out thought
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Goals scored average 1.65 per game
Goals conceded average 1.03 per game (what a change from under Adams)

Nuff said....
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Tgwu wrote:
As above out played and out thought

But not outscored!
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Bob Crow wrote:
For the first half hour today, Freathy could have called it spot on with 4-0 to the stags as they should have been well and truly out of sight by atleast 3 or 4. Palmer made two very good saves to deny two certain goals, whilst their very poor finishing let us off another two goals that any other side would have tucked away easily.

I'm not sure what your point is here?

Man who calls us to lose every game we play, could actually have been right for once? Is that it?

I know he's consistent. I know he's done it literally for ever. I'm just bored of it now.

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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town   Plymouth Argyle v Mansfield Town - Page 2 EmptySun Jan 19, 2020 7:31 am

As I said in the highlight thread in the first half rode our luck yet again even though our form has been good the last 3 games our defence still looks shit and vulnerable at times in them last 3 games if teams would have took there chances when they had em we would have lost all 3 convincingly but then again as I’ve said we rode our luck and it’s about taking your chances when you get em which we have been fortunate/ lucky to do
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Czarcasm wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
For the first half hour today, Freathy could have called it spot on with 4-0 to the stags as they should have been well and truly out of sight by atleast 3 or 4. Palmer made two very good saves to deny two certain goals, whilst their very poor finishing let us off another two goals that any other side would have tucked away easily.

I'm not sure what your point is here?

Man who calls us to lose every game we play, could actually have been right for once? Is that it?

I know he's consistent. I know he's done it literally for ever. I'm just bored of it now.


I have no faith at all in this team to be consistent. In fact the last Argo side I regularly predicted wins was under Sturrock MKI and maybe at times under Holloway. Ever since then we have been at best inconsistent or at worst unbelievably diabolically bad. I think this team will lose next week at a resurgent Stevenage.
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