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Interesting quote from Mayor about Schueys tactics etc being the best he's ever worked with, which presumably would include the time that Mayor spent under Lowes management.
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Greenskin wrote:
Interesting quote from Mayor about Schueys tactics etc being the best he's ever worked with, which presumably would include the time that Mayor spent under Lowes management.

Theres a few more interesting quotes in the write up from Errington.


"Chelsea are an incredible team, we knew we weren't going to have the ball for large parts but the Gaffer's tactics were perfect.

"It doesn't surprise me because he has done it every game. The staff are a credit to him. They put a game plan out against anyone and it just seems to work.

"That's why they do all the work on other teams, and that's why we were able to go toe-to-toe with them."


After earning a lot of plaudits for the way they played against Chelsea, and coming close to taking the tie to penalties, there could have been a let-down from Argyle in terms of their display at Crewe.

Mayor said: "The Gaffer and the staff were never going to let us do that. We know Chelsea was a great performance but once it's done it's done.

"I think for maybe 45 minutes we weren't quite at it and they told us that at half-time. Listen, we still could have scored a few goals, but so could Crewe.

"Then we showed what we are about scoring three goals in 10 minutes. It just shows what the team is about, how close we are and such a good unit."

It has now been a couple of months since Schumacher took over as manager from Ryan Lowe after his departure to Preston North End in December.

Mayor was asked about the differences between the two of them, specifically about their half-time team talks.

The Pilgrims' midfielder said: "Ryan Lowe was a great manager for us. and he has decided to move on. The Gaffer is a bit calmer.

"He has never been a massive shouter. He thinks about things, about how we are going to go in the second half to win the game.


"It was the same on Tuesday. He just told us to start playing faster. We created chances moving the ball quite slow and not actually playing our football.

"So as soon as we did start moving it quicker and started playing the way that we play they couldn't handle us. We scored four but it could have been five or six."
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In-form Plymouth pose a different test for Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Town stood up to Wycombe’s physical bombardment on Tuesday but face a very different challenge on the road again tomorrow.

One of the longer hauls of the League One season takes Steve Cotterill’s men to Devon to tackle an ever-improving Plymouth Argyle side targeting promotion following their FA Cup heroics.

The Pilgrims – whose 3-0 success at Montgomery Waters Meadow in August remains Town’s heaviest league defeat of the season – are no longer under the stewardship of former Town favourite Ryan Lowe, who exited for Championship Preston last month.

They are now managed by Lowe’s former assistant, ex-Bradford, Crewe and Bury midfielder Steven Schumacher, who has boosted Plymouth prospects further given the smooth transition into his first managerial role.

Plymouth return home to Home Park after four away games on the spin, which brought about convincing wins at strugglers Doncaster and Crewe and a Cup tie to remember at Stamford Bridge.

Schumacher’s men pushed Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea all the way to extra-time, where they eventually fell to a Marcos Alonso winner, before striker Ryan Hardie missed a dramatic late penalty to send the fourth round tie to a shootout.

Fifteen-goal top scorer Hardie, who scored a brace at Town in August, responded in style with a hat-trick at Crewe in midweek.

Further still, the Pilgrims earned national praise, including on Match of the Day, for the way they approached the clash with the Premier League giants.

Schumacher’s men were happy to play out from the back between their three centre-halves and wing-backs to create chances and trouble the Stamford Bridge hosts.

League One is full of different challenges and Plymouth certainly present a different prospect to that of fellow promotion-chasers Wycombe, who Cotterill’s men frustrated in midweek.

The Chairboys bombarded Town with pressure up to big striker Sam Vokes. They forced more than 25 shots, but Salop stood firm to record a fourth league draw on the spin, something that last occurred in 2013. It is 2009 since Town have drawn five on the bounce.

Defender Matt Pennington was crucial to Tuesday’s stalemate. A first-half goal-saving clearance over his own crossbar had to be seen to be believed.

He said: “There are a few teams in this league where there is a similar sort of test (to Wycombe) – but yes, it was good to go somewhere like that, teams go there and get rolled over by that style.

“But we stayed strong and got a good point in the end.

“I think Plymouth will be a different type of game, I think they will play a lot more and it will be a good test for us.”

Town – who travel to Devon today – remain without the suspended Luke Leahy, who serves the second of a two-match ban, with a decision to be made on new recruit Tom Flanagan, who has been ill.
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Leahy to avoid the Plymouth shitstorm.
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Im expecting our good form to continue & 3 points but not decided on the score as yet though
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Steve cotterill ..I always fancied him back in the day for the Plymouth gig can’t remember now if he was ever offered the job or turned it down or he was in that much demand at the time that we we didn’t stand a chance anyway
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Shrewsbury have been drawing a lot lately

A very hard fought 1-1
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Tough game, argo one nil triumph.
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Smash them into pieces, they won't know what's hit them.
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Referee JAMES OLDHAM Assisted Mark Derrien and Daniel Flynn Fourth Official Robert Dabbs

JAMES OLDHAM Was Fourth Official at Crewe
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The team are playing well and for each other, confidence is high and they are clearly behind the manager, and at the Theatre of Greens again - so a few reasons to predict a win.
COYG cheers
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Home banker, the taming of the shrews.
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Few songs for this afternoon.
For Camara,
"We can't wait to cash you in,
We can't wait to cash you in....

For Wilson,
Fcuk all,
You're really worth fcuk all,
Worth fcuk all......

We're gonna sell the fooking lot of you..,....
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burton ,broom,ennis,garrick,randell, law critchlow on bench
Scarr ruled out ith injury

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Scarr out today. Either injured or off to Preston in the summer, take your pick.

Bolton in, Edwards, Houghton, Grant and Jephcott back.
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PlymptonPilgrim wrote:
Scarr out today. Either injured or off to Preston in the summer, take your pick.

Bolton in, Edwards, Houghton, Grant and Jephcott back.

Injured on his way to Preston
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This site is getting somewhat Preston obsessed.
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akagreengull wrote:
This site is getting somewhat Preston obsessed.

Whats a bus stop near blackpool got to do with it.

shrewsbury now lets get stuck into them
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No Sessegnon again.  Think he'll be back in Fulham's physio room before long.
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All these chances and blocks so far loads of corners too, no idea how we haven't scored
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Flood gates to open imminently.
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good job we got pace on the bench, this is so slow so far
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