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PostSubject: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyMon Oct 02, 2023 7:24 am

This game is on Sky Sports Red Button

Lewis Gibson out with foot injury

Saxon Earley out with ankle injury and is now out of action until the new year

Callum Wright knee ligament injury out for around six to seven weeks

Brendan Galloway no news on him,was going too start full training on 10 Aug 2023

Michael Cooper Back training
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyMon Oct 02, 2023 8:54 am

Tgwu wrote:
This game is on Sky Sports Red Button

Lewis Gibson out with foot injury

Saxon Earley out with ankle injury and is now out of action until the new year

Callum Wright knee ligament injury out for around six to seven weeks

Brendan Galloway no news on him,was going too start full training on 10 Aug 2023

Michael Cooper Back training
After Hazard's worldy saves on Saturday, Cooper is going to have to be No2 for a while. But would like to see him between the sticks for Sheff Wed to get retribution for crocking him last season.

As Argo only do long term injuries Gibson will join the others and be out for months - very big loss.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyMon Oct 02, 2023 7:13 pm

Extra Blocks Opened

Seats in Block 20a and some of Block 21 of Home Park have been released for Tuesday night's Sky Bet Championship game against Millwall.

Tickets for home sections of the stadium had sold out, but having closed ticket sales for the away end, we are able to open up Block 20a for home supporters.

These tickets are on sale now. Once tickets are sold, no more will be available.

We encourage supporters to book tickets via argyletickets.com.

You can also purchase by calling 01752 907700, or visiting the Home Park Ticket office.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 4:29 am

Plymouth Argyle's clash with Millwall

Home Park - Plymouth

Plymouth Argyle have settled into Championship life quite nicely after 13 years away - even if there has been a few bumps along the way already.

The Pilgrims have only won three of their first nine fixtures of the 2023-24 season, but their performances for the most part have been decent at the very least, perhaps aside from a 4-1 drubbing at the hands of Bristol City at Ashton Gate.


Steven Schumacher's side have been particularly good at home though, with teams who make the long trip down to Devon often coming up empty-handed - aside from Southampton who just about escaped with all three points.

Wins though against Huddersfield Town, Blackburn Rovers and Norwich City, scoring 12 goals in those three matches alone, have showed that Argyle aren't to be messed with, and the latest team who are making the visit to Home Park are Millwall.

The Londoners are somewhat out of sorts after finishing just outside of the play-off spots last season and currently occupy 15th position in the table.

Gary Rowett's side have won just one of their previous five matches, and they face yet another tough task on Tuesday evening when they take on a rampant Plymouth side.

It is not a massive surprise considering the distances they have to travel that Plymouth are a much fiercer prospect at home than they are on the road

Only Southampton have left Home Park with anything this season in four attempts.

"Millwall are struggling in front of goal. Only Sheffield Wednesday have managed fewer this season, and three of their seven goals came in one game against Rotherham.

"This league can always surprise you, but all signs are pointing to a home win here. 3-1."

Sky Sports' EFL David Prutton

Match Officials

Referee: O. Langford Tournament Championship 6 Yellow 25 Red 1

Assistants: H. Karaivanov and  N. Lugg

Fourth official: D. Bourne
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 8:19 am

Quite a few seats in Block 21 still available so don't think it will quite be a home sell out.   Plus if you sit there you'll be sat next to the Millwall fans, not that there will be many.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 8:53 am

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Quite a few seats in Block 21 still available so don't think it will quite be a home sell out.   Plus if you sit there you'll be sat next to the Millwall fans, not that there will be many.

It is a home sell out, it just that the away team have not took up their allocations and their seats are now beening offer to the home fans.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 8:58 am

Think Argyle can possibly win this but won't be easy, never like playing against teams who took a whooping in their previous game.

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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 9:10 am

Two massive back to back home games coming up for Argyle against established Championship sides.
Millwall and Rowett in particular appear to be on a downward trajectory and given Argyle’s fantastic home form this is a fixture that requires a clinical approach to it.
2 0 Home Win.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 1:39 pm

Fancy us tonight specially at home it’s winnable plus millwall have conceded 9 goals in the last 4 games us 2-0 or 3-1 just not decided on the score yet COYG
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 2:27 pm

Got to win this one tonight, surely Millwall there for the taking. 4-1 to Argyle.

After that Micky mouse cup tie a few years ago against Millwall, and that bit of bother that went off in the ground and outside too, it could be a strange old night ?
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 2:59 pm

Freathy wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
This game is on Sky Sports Red Button

Lewis Gibson out with foot injury

Saxon Earley out with ankle injury and is now out of action until the new year

Callum Wright knee ligament injury out for around six to seven weeks

Brendan Galloway no news on him,was going too start full training on 10 Aug 2023

Michael Cooper Back training
After Hazard's worldy saves on Saturday, Cooper is going to have to be No2 for a while. But would like to see him between the sticks for Sheff Wed to get retribution for crocking him last season.

As Argo only do long term injuries Gibson will join the others and be out for months - very big loss.

According to Schuey @ the Millwall Prezzy the Gibson injury doesn’t look too bad, he could be back for Swansea on Saturday.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 4:25 pm

Tgwu wrote:
Freathy wrote:
Quite a few seats in Block 21 still available so don't think it will quite be a home sell out.   Plus if you sit there you'll be sat next to the Millwall fans, not that there will be many.

It is a home sell out, it just that the away team have not took up their allocations and their seats are now beening offer to the home fans.
they might not have took up there full allocation..but there hooligan firm always travel  so just be aware & keep your wits about you
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 6:29 pm

RegGreen wrote:
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Freathy wrote:
Quite a few seats in Block 21 still available so don't think it will quite be a home sell out.   Plus if you sit there you'll be sat next to the Millwall fans, not that there will be many.

It is a home sell out, it just that the away team have not took up their allocations and their seats are now beening offer to the home fans.
they might not have took up there full allocation..but there hooligan firm always travel  so just be aware & keep your wits about you
Millwall's firm like all these firms can pretty much be talked about in the past tense now.  They, like all 'hooligans' these days, are mostly wannabe kids with a few middle aged men thrown in gesturing while making sure they can hide behind a line of coppers.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 8:52 pm

Thought this was on the red button? Couldn't go tonight but can't get a fecking thing on Sky-is it second half only or something?

Didn't miss much by the look of it. From what i can gather Argyle were huffing and puffing without ever threatening to score and were done over good and proper by a competent championship side who have taken points from Birmingham, WBA and Middlesbrough on their travels already this season and only just dipped out on the play offs last season. A harsh lesson indeed and Saturdays game is assuming big importance now-Argyle cannot afford to lose too many home games bearing in mind the indifferent away form and some of the bigger clubs who started the season badly are beginning to stir. Swansea will be no different to Millwall, a similarly experienced team in this division,so Argyle had better learn some lessons from tonight and implement them quickly.


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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 8:55 pm

Come on Argo get some in the net !!
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 10:06 pm

Well that was feckin shite wasn't it
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 10:07 pm

433 does not work for us why does schuey insist on flogging that dead horse even when he reverted back to the formation that won us the league we took 4 points in 2 games against two play off/promotion contenders that was evidence enough we arent suited to 433.

not a good game tonight millwall where there for the taking maybe if we played the winning formation we may have won tonight not lost 2-0.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 10:10 pm

Frustrating night, had most of the play, looked really dangerous in the first 10 minutes then it all went a bit quiet. Millwall packed their defence and were well versed in the dark arts, all of which were missed or ignored by a less than competent referee. Clear penalty for Argyle in the first half Hardie had his legs whipped away, ignored by the ref.

Second half was more of the same, they get one chance and score, we huff and puff without really threatening. Their second was a joke, Hayden wasn't fouled he was assaulted, ref lets it go and they score. Didn't cost us the game it was 97 mins, but it was just symptomatic for the officials.

We didn't play badly, we came up against a street wise team, who knew how to play the ref, when to foul, when to grab a shirt.

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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 10:43 pm

Very concerning performance tonight. When Millwall scored their first it just felt like game over because we simply never looked like scoring. Aimlessly passing the ball around sideways and backwards and when trying to go forward just running into trouble every time. Some poor individual performances too, notably Whittaker. Carry on with performances like this and points will be hard to come by.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 10:44 pm

Disappointing result and one that just goes to show that you can’t underestimate any side in this crazy and topsy turvy division.
A lot of talk on the various forums that Millwall fans were becoming very despondent with Gary Rowett and his perceived negative style of play, a style of play which has gained them a result tonight.
Back to back Home games have to be fully exploited given Argyle’s poor Away form, bottom of the league stuff.
3 points on Saturday is a must.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyTue Oct 03, 2023 11:04 pm

No excuses or anything but just seen that second goal-seriously how the feck can that be interpreted as anything other than a blatant, at least yellow cardable, foul? lol! lol!

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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyWed Oct 04, 2023 12:49 am

Angry wrote:
433 does not work for us why does schuey insist on flogging that dead horse even when he reverted back to the formation that won us the league we took 4 points in 2 games against two play off/promotion contenders that was evidence enough we arent suited to 433.

not a good game tonight millwall where there for the taking maybe if we played the winning formation we may have won tonight not lost 2-0.  


I get the impression from both his after match interview this evening and the recent EFL podcast with regards to implementing the 4-3-3 after watching Celtic and having had discussions with Big Ange over the positives / negatives of it that he’s not for changing with regards to utilising that formation when he deems it to be required.
He sees it as very much an option that will make Argyle less predictable, they’ve obviously spent an awful lot of time working on it and rightly or wrongly it’s here to stay, in fairness Argyle did start brightly but they were up against a resolute and experienced Championship outfit who I didn’t realise until today had kept the most clean sheets in the division.
I must admit I underestimated Millwall going into this evening and it will be interesting to see how Schuey lines up against Swansea on Saturday, there’s no doubt Whittaker should certainly be up for it irrespective of chosen formation.
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PostSubject: Re: Plymouth Argyle v Millwall   Plymouth Argyle v Millwall EmptyWed Oct 04, 2023 2:00 pm

Arch Stanton wrote:
Angry wrote:
433 does not work for us why does schuey insist on flogging that dead horse even when he reverted back to the formation that won us the league we took 4 points in 2 games against two play off/promotion contenders that was evidence enough we arent suited to 433.

not a good game tonight millwall where there for the taking maybe if we played the winning formation we may have won tonight not lost 2-0.  


I get the impression from both his after match interview this evening and the recent EFL podcast with regards to implementing the 4-3-3 after watching Celtic and having had discussions with Big Ange over the positives / negatives of it that he’s not for changing with regards to utilising that formation when he deems it to be required.
He sees it as very much an option that will make Argyle less predictable, they’ve obviously spent an awful lot of time working on it and rightly or wrongly it’s here to stay, in fairness Argyle did start brightly but they were up against a resolute and experienced Championship outfit who I didn’t realise until today had kept the most clean sheets in the division.
I must admit I underestimated Millwall going into this evening and it will be interesting to see how Schuey lines up against Swansea on Saturday, there’s no doubt Whittaker should certainly be up for it irrespective of chosen formation.

After watching that last night, it’s easy to see how they have that clean sheet record. Super-organised, never lost their shape, and Argyle literally ran out of ideas come the end. Whittaker had a poor game by his standards, but nobody hit the heights tbf.

We need a win rather badly on Saturday, whatever formation Shuey chooses. So long as he doesn’t have a brain-freeze in his selections a la Bristol City.
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