|Subject: the cult of plebb still going strong Sat Nov 06, 2021 5:57 pm|| |
reading this brought back the memories of plebb and his cult that would turn out this famous line that ive highlighted no matter how bad we were under fletcher or how backwards we were run under the reluctant one... surely these people have seen the light now...
and im yet to hear another bastille song thats popula barr that one plebb tried so hard to make a club anthem by having the pa play it non stop.
- from link wrote:
- Bastille's drumming sensation has said that Plymouth Argyle are 'absolutely flying' after the ten year anniversary of the club's administration passed this weekend.
Chris 'Woody' Wood - who is originally from Plymouth - is a keen Argyle fan and says it's incredible how well the team is doing.
The Greens are on a 15 game unbeaten run and currently sit second League One, a far cry from the state the club was in ten years ago.
Read more: Bastille's Woody 'incredibly relieved' to be touring again as tickets for Plymouth gig go on sale
Woody said: "They're absolutely flying. It's the ten year anniversary of coming out of administration so we spent the ten years going from total deletion to doing so well now is incredible.
"I'm very grateful to still have a club to follow, to be honest."
When asked if he gets to come back to Plymouth often, Woody said: "Christmas was cancelled last minute last year so that put paid to a lot of our plans as well but I've been coming down on and off.
"I was down last week and took my eldest to his first Argyle game as well. We do try and get down as much as possible."
The musician doesn't always keep his drumming confined to the stage, he also made a special appearance a few years ago after standing in for the drum beater at an Argyle game.
He said: "It was Wycombe Wanderers away in the play-offs and I filled in for Charlie who's a regular drummer down the Devonport end.
"It didn't really help as we got absolutely spanked but it was fun for a bit."
The drummer will be coming back to Plymouth on April 17 2022 for one night only as part of Bastille's 'Give Me The Future' tour.
The group will be jetting to Belgium and the Netherlands too, and are relieved to be back performing after the coronavirus pandemic.
He said: "We're totally excited to be back touring again. Tickets are on sale now and a couple of dates have sold out already so if you're interested in coming I would get them sooner or later!"
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