Plymouth Argyle Talk - Democratic

The 'ONLY' Independent Internet Forum for Argyle Fans
 
HomeHome  RegisterRegister  Log inLog in  

 

 The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle

Go down 
+22
PatDunne
green_genie
harvetheslayer
sufferedsince 68
Flat_Track_Bully
Les Miserable
RegGreen
POI
PlymptonPilgrim
Lord Melbury
Czarcasm
Jethro
mouldyoldgoat
VillageGreen
Graiser
Freathy
seadog
Grovehill
Earwegoagain
akagreengull
Angry
Tgwu
26 posters
Go to page : Previous  1, 2, 3, 4, 5  Next
AuthorMessage
Elias

Elias

Posts : 5837
Join date : 2011-12-05
Location : brent out

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySat Aug 07, 2021 10:41 pm

Grovehill wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
The build up continual to Saturday game difference opinion rages though the ATD  fans base.

Here Rotherham manager views

Warne on Plymouth Argyle…

“They are really well coached. They have an attacking system and create plenty of chances. We’ve watched a few of their pre-season games and they are very comfortable on the ball, so I’m expecting them to have plenty of possession.

“Like always, we’ve just got to turn up and be at our very best and If we are I’m confident we can give anyone a game.

“We want to give ourselves a right chance to win, it would be great to start off at home with a good performance which hopefully brings three points.

“It will be a tough game, they’ll be right up for it as well, let’s hope we come out on top.”


What does anyone expect the opposition manager to say?

"Well they got a few heavy beatings last season and some of their signings leave a bit to be desired IMO. If they keep giving the ball away at the back like they used to, we could nick a couple of soft goals and with their lightweight attack, I'd be disappointed if they score against us"

The last paragraph Good Post
Back to top Go down
Angry

Angry

Posts : 15282
Join date : 2013-08-16
Age : 37

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySat Aug 07, 2021 11:01 pm

Elias wrote:
Grovehill wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
The build up continual to Saturday game difference opinion rages though the ATD  fans base.

Here Rotherham manager views

Warne on Plymouth Argyle…

“They are really well coached. They have an attacking system and create plenty of chances. We’ve watched a few of their pre-season games and they are very comfortable on the ball, so I’m expecting them to have plenty of possession.

“Like always, we’ve just got to turn up and be at our very best and If we are I’m confident we can give anyone a game.

“We want to give ourselves a right chance to win, it would be great to start off at home with a good performance which hopefully brings three points.

“It will be a tough game, they’ll be right up for it as well, let’s hope we come out on top.”


What does anyone expect the opposition manager to say?

"Well they got a few heavy beatings last season and some of their signings leave a bit to be desired IMO. If they keep giving the ball away at the back like they used to, we could nick a couple of soft goals and with their lightweight attack, I'd be disappointed if they score against us"

The last paragraph Good Post

And yet we play as if we got creative flair through out the team and a prolific strike force to feed off it to make up for having a poor defence out score the other team.... Obviously this isnt the case and teams know how we are going to play each and every week cause we dont do anything different.
Back to top Go down
Earwegoagain

Earwegoagain

Posts : 8960
Join date : 2017-09-09

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 12:01 am

I don't think we need a new defensive coach, it's Lowes team, Lowes tactics and Lowes lack of goal scorers signed. Go figure.
Back to top Go down
mouldyoldgoat
Admin
mouldyoldgoat

Posts : 13793
Join date : 2011-12-22
Age : 59
Location : Berkshire

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 12:03 am

Oh well on to the next game.

_______________________________________
I'm one of the common people so says the wife!
(A true GSG Girl)

PepsiPete Forecasting League Champion 2016-17

He was behind me at Charlton!  [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

Now an officially semi retired old fart! [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Back to top Go down
Angry

Angry

Posts : 15282
Join date : 2013-08-16
Age : 37

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 12:56 am

Earwegoagain wrote:
I don't think we need a new defensive coach, it's Lowes team, Lowes tactics and Lowes lack of goal scorers signed. Go figure.

i agree with that but as he isnt going anywhere anytime soon due to his contract extension making it pricey to fire him and his crew and i truly cant see another club making a move for him atm due to our fortunes a defensive coach is probably the only thing we can do on the cheap and make a difference.
Back to top Go down
Freathy

Freathy

Posts : 5637
Join date : 2011-05-12

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 8:11 am

Hallett has probably weighed up the costs of relegation or sacking Lowe and decided relegation is the least costly option. By that decision Hallett is condemning Argo to possibly many years in the basement as from 22/23.
Back to top Go down
akagreengull
Admin
akagreengull

Posts : 6882
Join date : 2012-01-12
Age : 65
Location : Mutant Abbot

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 8:36 am

First-half goals from Freddie Ladapo, against his former club, and Ben Wiles set Rotherham on their way to a fairly routine three points.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Back to top Go down
harvetheslayer

harvetheslayer

Posts : 7395
Join date : 2015-04-02
Age : 105
Location : Wormwood Scrubs awaiting the imminent arrival of Johnson..

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 9:01 am

Freathy wrote:
Hallett has probably weighed up the costs of relegation or sacking Lowe and decided relegation is the least costly option.  By that decision Hallett is condemning Argo to possibly many years in the basement as from 22/23.

I didn't really need to wait for Youtube highlights but perhaps before the next game Lowe can inform Cooper that he doesn't need permission to move
Utterly static for their second. Go watch.

Same as always....
Back to top Go down
Grovehill



Posts : 1614
Join date : 2012-01-24

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 9:04 am

Second goal comes about because LWB is caught out of position. Argyle have conceded numerous goals like this so I assume every team we play knows this is a weakness they can exploit
Back to top Go down
sufferedsince 68

sufferedsince 68

Posts : 6060
Join date : 2014-06-01
Location : Brentocabin

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 9:31 am

Time for Lowe to be brave if he wants to keep his job we have been on a massive losing streak since christmas, nows the time for the new keeper to be given a run.
Back to top Go down
Greenskin

Greenskin

Posts : 5321
Join date : 2011-05-16
Age : 61
Location : Tavistock area

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 10:12 am

harvetheslayer wrote:
Freathy wrote:
Hallett has probably weighed up the costs of relegation or sacking Lowe and decided relegation is the least costly option.  By that decision Hallett is condemning Argo to possibly many years in the basement as from 22/23.

I didn't really need to wait for Youtube highlights but perhaps before the next game Lowe can inform Cooper that he doesn't need permission to move
Utterly static for their second. Go watch.

Same as always....

There's predictable, another season of this fixated nonsense on the way. Anyone with a smidgen of knowledge about football or wasn't totally obsessive about trying to "prove" that an original judgement was right could see that there was absolutely no point in diving for a bullet shot from 8 yards which fizzed into the opposite top corner about half a second after it was struck. Why don't you try thinking about why a Rotherham player got behind a non covering Argyle defence without difficulty to make the cross in the first place and then why the scorer was in acres of room at the far post, may prove to be a far more relevant way of analysing defensive deficiencies.

Awaits reply with bated breath.
Back to top Go down
Earwegoagain

Earwegoagain

Posts : 8960
Join date : 2017-09-09

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 10:27 am

Maybe Lowe should have gone boating with Hallett?
Back to top Go down
Tgwu

Tgwu

Posts : 13303
Join date : 2011-12-11
Location : Central Park (most days)

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 12:48 pm

Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle - Extended highlights (91/2mins free) you need to ign into ifollow


[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]


Last edited by Tgwu on Sun Aug 08, 2021 6:02 pm; edited 1 time in total
Back to top Go down
shonbo

shonbo

Posts : 1661
Join date : 2011-12-03
Age : 63

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 12:55 pm

on the upside, I like the away kit cheers
Back to top Go down
Jethro

Jethro

Posts : 6511
Join date : 2013-01-03
Age : 31
Location : Dorset

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 1:22 pm


Back to top Go down
Angry

Angry

Posts : 15282
Join date : 2013-08-16
Age : 37

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 2:48 pm

do you think Ryan could spare us the bullshit for one minute and look at himself and how hes setting the team up.
Back to top Go down
Jethro

Jethro

Posts : 6511
Join date : 2013-01-03
Age : 31
Location : Dorset

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 3:49 pm

What annoys me is, yes we have a lot of the ball but only cause its
cooper to Edwards to camara, back to edwards , back to the back 3 then back to cooper.

Hardly attacking is it
Back to top Go down
Elias

Elias

Posts : 5837
Join date : 2011-12-05
Location : brent out

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 4:04 pm

Jethro wrote:
What annoys me is, yes we have a lot of the ball but only cause its
cooper to Edwards to camara, back to edwards , back to the back 3 then back to cooper.

Hardly attacking is it

Last game I went to was Macclesfield away, are we still doing this????? Jesus
Back to top Go down
Angry

Angry

Posts : 15282
Join date : 2013-08-16
Age : 37

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 4:19 pm

Jethro wrote:
What annoys me is, yes we have a lot of the ball but only cause its
cooper to Edwards to camara, back to edwards , back to the back 3 then back to cooper.

Hardly attacking is it

nope its trying to play a high pressing possession based game despite it not working and still dont have the players to play it.
Back to top Go down
Jethro

Jethro

Posts : 6511
Join date : 2013-01-03
Age : 31
Location : Dorset

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 4:33 pm

Angry wrote:
Jethro wrote:
What annoys me is, yes we have a lot of the ball but only cause its
cooper to Edwards to camara, back to edwards , back to the back 3 then back to cooper.

Hardly attacking is it

nope its trying to play a high pressing possession based game despite it not working and still dont have the players to play it.

Tbh I wouldn't care if we just booted it forward from a goal kick and at least tried to score that way.


but that looks unlikely Jephcott looks slow, uninterested like those figures of 2 million etc have gone to his head.
We should have taken the money.
He's a one season wonder.
Back to top Go down
Earwegoagain

Earwegoagain

Posts : 8960
Join date : 2017-09-09

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 5:47 pm

Jephcott is our only hope. He could save our season if he doesn't start firing I fear the worst. Hopefully we won't be so outclassed by the lesser teams but there are some very well funded teams in this league who like Rotherham are going to be very hard work. Never mind the CCC we need a much bigger budget to compete in League 1 these days.
Back to top Go down
Tgwu

Tgwu

Posts : 13303
Join date : 2011-12-11
Location : Central Park (most days)

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 6:05 pm

Back to top Go down
Grovehill



Posts : 1614
Join date : 2012-01-24

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 6:28 pm

Rotherham certainly targeted the Argyle Wing back positions as a weakness
Back to top Go down
PlymptonPilgrim
Admin
PlymptonPilgrim

Posts : 2094
Join date : 2011-08-21
Location : Plympton and Sucina

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptySun Aug 08, 2021 7:54 pm

Difficult to see much from the highlights, but certainly looked very similar to last season, lots of possession, getting into good areas but no end product, scrappy first goal, and a blast for the second, neither of which could be blamed on Cooper, but worryingly both came from crosses into the box.

Early days and all that, but we really need a striker. Danny Hilton being mentioned in despatches but don't know how accurate that may be.
Back to top Go down
Earwegoagain

Earwegoagain

Posts : 8960
Join date : 2017-09-09

The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 EmptyMon Aug 09, 2021 10:20 am

Piss poor defending for the corner and first goal, missed the cross, end of, whilst not a fan of Cooper no way was he to blame for either, only silver lining is that we could have lost by five goals.
Back to top Go down
Sponsored content




The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty
PostSubject: Re: The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle   The build up  to the Rotherham United  v Plymouth Argyle - Page 4 Empty

Back to top Go down
 
The build up to the Rotherham United v Plymouth Argyle
Back to top 
Page 4 of 5Go to page : Previous  1, 2, 3, 4, 5  Next

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Plymouth Argyle Talk - Democratic :: Home Park :: The Mayflower-
Jump to: