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PostSubject: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptyFri Nov 03, 2023 6:26 pm

Think we may get a draw out of this one

1-1

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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptyFri Nov 03, 2023 6:37 pm

Regulation home win, they conceded twice to exeter midweek and even with no strikers we'll hammer these northern turds. 3-1 Edwards hattrick.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptyFri Nov 03, 2023 6:55 pm

Too many injuries and we don't play well at home. Boro are the form team too.

Argo 1-3 Boro
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptyFri Nov 03, 2023 7:07 pm

Coburn to score the winner?


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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptySat Nov 04, 2023 8:02 am

The tory dream, the Battle of the Freeports!

Just a shame Jonny Mercer and his bunch of cnuts couldn't poison the whole of the South West coast too.

Argyle 3 Boro 0
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptySat Nov 04, 2023 9:21 am

Freathy wrote:
Too many injuries and we don't play well at home.  Boro are the form team too.

Argo 1-3 Boro

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"Callum has been good. Him and Brendan have trained all week. They have been really sharp. They are both in contention to be in the squad at the weekend, which is good.

"Callum gives us another attacking option. He has obviously got an eye for a goal and Brendan strengthens the defensive selection.

"I'm really pleased with both of them. They have applied themselves really well to training and it's good to have them back."
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptySat Nov 04, 2023 3:59 pm

Two of the best goals you will ever see. Cracking game, end to end, we look so good going forward.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptySat Nov 04, 2023 6:56 pm

Best game of football I’ve seen for ages, however we are suffering in the striker department.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptySat Nov 04, 2023 6:57 pm

great game to watch end to end stuff. thought we could have won this if we had Hardie up front and not someone with the upper body strength of mr muscle. Whittaker should be the lone striker going forward for however long Hardie is out for as Waine wont be doing anything but fall over.

thought miller had his best game for us mumba too played better than he has in recent games. I must have been watching a different game as i saw the club named Kesler-Hayden as a nominated player for man of the match he wasnt at his best at all today.

still not loving this formation and we got opened up too often by Middlesborough cooper kept us in it twice with good saves at close range.
loved Azaz's goal that was special and worth seeing again and again.

overall happy with the point a very good game and we can be happy with it.

a side note how many times are the club going to delay kickoffs so they can play all 3 verses of that janner song? its too much and getting tedious that they got to play it for that long and we got to wait several minutes for it too stop before the game can start, one verse one chorus and get on with the game while the fans have gotten the hype. Also, i have Never experienced fans applauding the last post before missing the minutes silence that follows that that was a tad bizzare i must say.


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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptySat Nov 04, 2023 7:29 pm

Great game for a neutral. But defence was opened up time and time again and Boro looked like scoring every time they broke forward. Good build up for Mumba's goal which was very well taken and the worldy from Azaz was something else. Could have gone either way after Whittaker's superb free kick equaliser. Could see why Schuey wanted Josh Coburn so badly. And why Boro decided to hang on to him. As for Waine, he is clearly not a Championship standard striker. Argo have a serious problem upfront for however long Hardie is out. Bundu is going to have to play as a number 9 as soon as he is fit or maybe Whittaker. Get your wallett out in January Hallett!
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptySat Nov 04, 2023 7:58 pm

Great game and all that but this stupidity of trying to get Scarr to play like Stones from his own goal line predictably cost Argyle dear today-Boro came out strong at the start of the second half and being presented with a penalty was exactly the boost they needed. Credit to Argyle for coming back and finishing the game as the stronger side, for sure Whitakers goal was lucky but it was also fortuitous for Coopers penalty save to fall to the exact spot where Coburn couldn't miss so even stevens on that score. Quite impressed with Coburn, shame we couldn't get him in the summer-held the ball up well and a couple of goals too, would have been an upgrade on big Sam. Not really sure what type of player Wain is-not a target man, doesn't play on the shoulder a la Hardie, not a poacher, very difficult to know how he should be utilised although in fairness it was a thankless task up front on his own and against centre backs who can pass the ball. Two superb Argyle goals from a flowing four man move and a worldie from Finn after an exquisite touch from Mumba, nobody can say that they can't score goals at HP-second top scorers after Ipswich i think. All in all i guess it was a point earned because Boro were a slick outfit but can't help thinking that it may have been a different story with a bit of practical thinking.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Smoggies   Argyle v Smoggies EmptySat Nov 04, 2023 8:55 pm

Greenskin wrote:
Great game and all that but this stupidity of trying to get Scarr to play like Stones from his own goal line predictably cost Argyle dear today-Boro came out strong at the start of the second half and being presented with a penalty was exactly the boost they needed. Credit to Argyle for coming back and finishing the game as the stronger side, for sure Whitakers goal was lucky but it was also fortuitous for Coopers penalty save to fall to the exact spot where Coburn couldn't miss so even stevens on that score. Quite impressed with Coburn, shame we couldn't get him in the summer-held the ball up well and a couple of goals too, would have been an upgrade on big Sam. Not really sure what type of player Wain is-not a target man, doesn't play on the shoulder a la Hardie, not a poacher, very difficult to know how he should be utilised although in fairness it was a thankless task up front on his own and against centre backs who can pass the ball. Two superb Argyle goals from a flowing four man move and a worldie from Finn after an exquisite touch from Mumba, nobody can say that they can't score goals at HP-second top scorers after Ipswich i think. All in all i guess it was a point earned because Boro were a slick outfit but can't help thinking that it may have been a different story with a bit of practical thinking.

if we had signed Coburn we would be in the top 12 for sure. Alas not to be.
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