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No one had us winning did they let alone 4-0....

We better carry this into the League
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I'm not pissed, but my phone is saying it's 0 - 4 bloody hell!


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Jephcott got the assist for the 4th goal.

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Jethro wrote:
No one had us winning did they let alone 4-0....

We better carry this into the League

Seadog and myself did.

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..and Grovey!

Grovehill wrote:
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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You were right on the money, Grovey!

Well done!
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Laughing Well i'm beggared. Great win no matter what sort of team Peterborough put out, not really Argyle's problem. Good to see Hardie and Jephers getting on the scoresheet, hopefully a bit of belief may be gained by both of them from finding the net. The bloke on SSN said that Camara was superb tonight, certainly a good finish for his goal. Hopefully get a decent draw now and a few bob in the bank but more importantly carry this form into the league. For now though well done to the players and management.
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36% possession and win four nil. Lol.
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Rickler wrote:
..and Grovey!

Grovehill wrote:
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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You were right on the money, Grovey!

Well done!


How wrong could I be!

Great result-hope the boys can play that well in the League.
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Excellent win, don’t want to hear about Peterborough-weak team blah blah bollox, we ended up with 5 academy players on the pitch, so bleddy have it Posh
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akagreengull wrote:
36% possession and win four nil. Lol.

Funnily enough, Argyle had 61% possession at Rotherham on Saturday, which i suppose shows how irrelevant stats can sometimes be.
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Need to carry this on against Gillingham on Saturday and no reverting to type just because it's the league.
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Attendance: 4,021 (260 Plymouth).
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Graiser wrote:
Excellent win, don’t want to hear about Peterborough-weak team blah blah bollox, we ended up with 5 academy players on the pitch, so bleddy have it Posh

Posh? It sounds like they were quite ordinary.

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Yay Jeppers never in doubt.
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Nice for Fergie to sit and watch his boy’s team get taken apart. Very Happy

Exactly what was needed after Saturday. Minimum of four points required from the next two games now.
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Great win for the boys and the green army!

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mouldyoldgoat wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Excellent win, don’t want to hear about Peterborough-weak team blah blah bollox, we ended up with 5 academy players on the pitch, so bleddy have it Posh

Posh? It sounds like they were quite ordinary.

Darren Ferguson post match

I didn’t rest players tonight. It might not have looked like it, but I picked a team based on what I saw at Luton. I wanted to see Josh Knight in defence and I wanted to see Joe Tomlinson and Harrison Burrows playing as wing-backs. I probably shouldn’t have started with that formation, but there were things I needed to see.
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Just checked the score - as went to bed early last night - and dropped me cup of coffee on the floor.

Well done to RL and the lads, excellent result !!
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Argyle squad did not return to Plymouth after the defeat of Peterborough.

Instead, they stayed up overnight so the players could get a good sleep and then start their recovery programme from the game this morning (Wednesday) before setting off on their return journey.
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Well fook my old boots!!
Tbh never saw that result coming in a million years
Credit where credits due well done lads
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we did win 4-0 right it wasn't a dream then
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Went out last night and clean forgot about the game, when i saw the score i thought it was some sort of pisstake and posh played their under tens !! Well done Ryan and the boys for proving miracles really do happen, lets prove it again by winning on saturday.
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Just shows what this team can do on a good night. We need more good nights than bad this season.

Cracking win and performance though.
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