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Angry

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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town   Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town - Page 3 EmptyWed Jan 29, 2020 12:12 pm

I would be more confident of securing automatic promotion and god forbid get hope of a title push if we had strong options through out the squad as i am not convinced that when we pick up suspensions, injuries and tactical/poor performance omissions from the team we have the depth to pick up and carry on as strong.

In goal we are fine barr another keeper curse of a few years back, Midfield has been addressed with Bakinson who is a great addition up front we are good once Telford and Taylor are back. on the left wing back will be good once MacFadzean is back also but i feel hes going to have a job on his hands getting his spot back of cooper who has been doing well there.

May concerns are in Defence mainly. Sure josh grant can play there but is far better in the midfield winning the ball back imo but if anything happens to (can't believe i'm writing this ) canavan and wootton who can replace them? Aimson seems determined to never play for us with his list on injuries before and after the scunthorpe game where he bagged 2 goals and that just leaves Sawyer who seems unbreakable atm which is a bonus. i'm also slightly concerned at right wing back where we have two guys in Edwards and Moore who do pick up injuries left right and centre who is in the squad that can go into that position?

id like it if Lowe brought in a player to address both areas however is Aimson is inury free soon then that would be great that just leaves the RWB so we learn from history when a manager has declared he's happy with a squad only to regret saying it when key players start dropping.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town   Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town - Page 3 EmptyWed Jan 29, 2020 2:17 pm

First half last night was like a throwback to our August/September Keystone Cop defending. We looked lethargic and Byron Moore in particular was havin a fookin ‘mare. Lowe needs to get them fired up again because we looked so nervous that it gave Crawley the confidence to really have a go - which they did and then our defence gets exposed.

Not an enjoyable night. Half hour delay then sit there in the bastard cold watching that. Mad

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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town   Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town - Page 3 EmptyWed Jan 29, 2020 3:06 pm

As I said wouldn’t have changed it and dropped jeppers kept it the same game plan as the last 3 games Thoughs screaming for a hardie start he had one shot at goal all night as said earlier post his much better off the Bench as whole and impact player for the last 20minutes when we go a bit flat in the last quarter of games of late and for the equaliser the defensive frailties of earlier in the season reared its ugly head again
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town   Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town - Page 3 EmptyWed Jan 29, 2020 5:33 pm

Rickler wrote:
Elias wrote:
Rickler wrote:
Freathy wrote:
Yes that's right ecstatic Rolling Eyes   This team is not good enough.  Lucky as hell v Mansfield and Stevenage but now found out.  Down the division we go.


What was once funny about you has long long, disappeared.  Now you just come off as bitter and twisted for some reason?

This link just proves how much shit you are talking!!

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Four points dropped against crap like Crawley is going to prove costly........ In my opinion


Maybe?  Luckily - as the statistics show - Crawley isn't the only game in town...

We ll see.
Too many Crawleys and Cambridges in this division we have lost points to
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town   Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town - Page 3 EmptyWed Jan 29, 2020 5:40 pm

Elias wrote:
Rickler wrote:
Elias wrote:
Rickler wrote:
Freathy wrote:
Yes that's right ecstatic Rolling Eyes   This team is not good enough.  Lucky as hell v Mansfield and Stevenage but now found out.  Down the division we go.


What was once funny about you has long long, disappeared.  Now you just come off as bitter and twisted for some reason?

This link just proves how much shit you are talking!!

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Four points dropped against crap like Crawley is going to prove costly........ In my opinion


Maybe?  Luckily - as the statistics show - Crawley isn't the only game in town...

We ll see.
Too many Crawleys and Cambridges in this division we have lost points to

Zackly and the table doesn't lie. Don't get me wrong I'm not Forgetting we've had a great run of late and I honestly didn't think we'd get this far early in the season but to lose two points and an auto place due to cowboy defending really hurts.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town   Plymouth Argyle v Crawley Town - Page 3 EmptyWed Jan 29, 2020 11:09 pm

It was strange arriving in the ground last night. Hardly anyone there at 19:00. Then the announcement came to say there was a 30 minute delay. Both teams were warming-up. Suddenly they were taken off the pitch. Back to the dressing room. Surely this had a big impact. The ground started to fill, the teams came out and warmed-up again. Crawley are a poor team, that was obvious. We did not get into our rhythm at all and I truly think the delayed KO had a direct impact on both teams. Certainly Crawley had done their homework about our style of play and took advantage. I cannot ever remember being there at 22:09 where there was no extra time with 7 minutes added on for the injury to Gary Sawyer. The delay was unfortunate but a correct decision. Onwards and upwards, to the Newport game. Swindon and Eggshitter dropped points. Sometimes you have to accept, we cannot win 'em all.
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