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Obviously there's massive ATD interest in this one by the look of it. Can't see anything other than a win for Posh even if they do put out a few reserves.

3-1 loss

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Spirit of 76 and all that, posh shitting their pantaloons as the Black Skull(pasty) screeches into the home end car park filled with demented, dribbling 70 somethings. Boro 2 Argo 3
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Peterborough United to appoint a set-piece coach

Peterborough United was offer a 18 year-old Premier League player on £42k per week, but Posh could have him for £15k!

We are delighted to announce the signing of Shrewsbury midfielder Oliver Norburn for an undisclosed fee. The 28-year-old has penned a three-year deal at the
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Posh welcome Plymouth Argyle to the Weston Homes Stadium on Tuesday evening.

Peterborough United entertain Sky Bet League One side Plymouth Argyle at the Weston Homes Stadium on Tuesday night in the first round of the Carabao Cup (7.45pm).

Manager Darren Ferguson hinted in his pre-match press conference that he would freshen up the starting line-up for the meeting with the Pilgrims, who, like Posh, were beaten on the opening day with Rotherham United victorious at the New York Stadium.

TEAM NEWS

Posh will be without the services of midfielder Jack Taylor and attacking players Siriki Dembele and Jack Marriott, but both are expected to return for Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship fixture with Derby County, which is live on Sky Sports (12.30pm).

Ronnie Edwards, who came on as a second half substitute, could feature, while Jonson Clarke-Harris completed 90 minutes at Kenilworth Road and is unlikely to be involved as he continues his comeback from a calf injury.

Plymouth recruited Posh winger Ryan Broom on-loan during the summer but he is unable to feature against his parent club. Plymouth could also make changes to their starting line-up at the busy start of the campaign with Niall Ennis expected to start.

FROM THE GAFFER

“There will definitely be a freshness to the starting line-up and not just because some players need minutes but also I want to see a change in levels from the weekend. We have a few players unavailable due to injury, but there are opportunities for others. We want to win the game, our approach doesn’t change dependant on the competition, it is our first game back in front of our own supporters and it is a big week with three home games, our home record has been good and we want that to continue,” Ferguson said.

FROM THE OPPOSITION

We are definitely looking for a striker, and looking for one that might give us something a little bit different as well, whether that's pace down the left, pace down the right. Someone with a little bit of dynamism in them - out your feet, touch it, cross it - but I think everyone is looking for the same thing. We will just keep plugging away. We are looking at whether our targets played on Saturday, whether they were out the squad or in the squad, and that gives you an indication,” Plymouth boss Ryan Lowe said on recruitment.
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Argyle’s Director of Football Neil Dewsnip is raring to get back to the day job after a successful three weeks in Japan where he helped the Canadian Women’s football team win their first ever gold medal.

Neil was brought in to assist head coach Bev Priestman, who he knew from his time working at the FA.

I had daily contact with Ryan and have known everything that was going on back at Home Park.

“I can’t wait to get back working, I’m really excited about the season and am sure with the recruitment and how pre-season has gone we will be very competitive.”
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Tgwu wrote:
Peterborough United to appoint a set-piece coach

Peterborough United was offer a 18 year-old Premier League player on £42k per week, but Posh could have him for £15k!

We are delighted to announce the signing of  Shrewsbury midfielder  Oliver Norburn  for an undisclosed fee. The 28-year-old has penned a three-year deal at the

Same Norburn who played for us when Sheridan was in charge. He looked to have something about him but seem to remember there were one or two off field issues which saw him drop into non league-maybe he's matured a bit since that time.
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Les Miserable wrote:
Spirit of 76 and all that, posh shitting their pantaloons as the Black Skull(pasty) screeches into the home end car park filled with demented, dribbling 70 somethings. Boro 2 Argo 3

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Tgwu wrote:
Argyle’s Director of Football Neil Dewsnip is raring to get back to the day job after a successful three weeks in Japan where he helped the Canadian Women’s football team win their first ever gold medal.

Neil was brought in to assist head coach Bev Priestman, who he knew from his time working at the FA.

I had daily contact with Ryan and have known everything that was going on back at Home Park.

“I can’t wait to get back working, I’m really excited about the season and am sure with the recruitment and how pre-season has gone we will be very competitive.”

excellent start by addressing the sheer lack of defence coaching done by the first team and find a striker and rwb before the window shuts.
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The squad is a tad stretched I read.

The more important thing is the league and Posh can have this tie as far as I am concerned. Rather get three points at home to Gillingham.
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Didn't even realise it was on tonight, such is my interest. Gotta be a win for Posh - surely?
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Wasn't Lowe saying a few weeks ago that he was happy with the squad?


"The squad we got now, we feel is good enough"    Lowe, 16th July in interview with Errington.


But then he's seen them play since then.


I think tonight may be bad, 4 or 5 nil.


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Through thick and thin. tonights the thin end of the wedge
but I'd take us scoring a goal at the very least
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Cant be an argo fan anywhere on planet earth who thinks we will win this, two nil Posh.
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After tonight's inevitable mauling at the hands of Posh's kids how many competitive games will Lowe's losers have now lost in a row?

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I know Ennis is injured but how the feck is Jephcott starting?
We should have taken the money for the one season wonder.
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Got a feeling it ain’t gunna be our night
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Jethro wrote:
I know Ennis is injured but how the feck is Jephcott starting?
We should have taken the money for the one season wonder.

Cause other than Shirley who's a yts player for an extra year who else is there? hence why we need another striker.
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or two...
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Shirley should have started.
Least he looks interested, match fit.and has a point to prove.
Jephcott has done none of that since February.

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Would have been the perfect opportunity to put Callum Burton between the sticks tonight? scratch
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Jethro wrote:
Shirley should have started.
Least he looks interested, match fit.and has a point to prove.
Jephcott has done none of that since February.


Shirley will come on in the 85th minute, no doubt.
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akagreengull wrote:
Would have been the perfect opportunity to put Callum Burton between the sticks tonight? scratch

yeap i agree with you here.


One thing i dont want to see this season is M.Cooper thinking he has no competition or a threat from the bench to his spot cause he needs that motivation.
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1 up never in doubt
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Still early but sounds like we've made a few changes at the back which seem to be working so far
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