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PostSubject: Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread)   Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread) EmptySat 13 Jan - 8:28

Hoping today is finally the day we break our away duck ! It won’t be an easy game up there as well against a Darren Moore side .
Hoping Ian foster as well has had enough time with the players to put his bit of a spin on this one as well
Got a feeling it’s gunna be a hard fought game by both sides and there’s gunna be times we gunna be under the cosh keep solid at the back along with the new kid at the back im expecting he will slung in for his debut and hopefully take our chances when & if they come our way be more clinical in front of goal as chances come are very few and far between in this league specially away from home!…verdict a hard fought game with us nicking in the end 2-1 (Hardie Whittaker combo) and our first away win of the season
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PostSubject: Re: Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread)   Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread) EmptySat 13 Jan - 10:12

Optimism rules today

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Not at all confident today. Huddersfield are struggling badly but then so are we. Not sure Argo do new manager bounce. Think their home advantage over a team with an atrocious away record will give them the edge. Home win.
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PostSubject: Re: Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread)   Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread) EmptySat 13 Jan - 14:04

New Argyle signings Ashley Phillips and Darko Gyabi will make their debuts in the starting line-up as the Pilgrims face Huddersfield Town away from home this afternoon.  

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21 Conor Hazard, 2 Bali Mumba, 4 Jordan Houghton (capt), 6 Dan Scarr, 9 Ryan Hardie, 10 Morgan Whittaker, 11 Callum Wright, 18 Darko Gyabi, 22 Brendan Galloway, 26 Ashley Phillips, 29 Kaine Kesler-Hayden.

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25 Callum Burton (gk), 5 Julio Pleguezuelo, 7 Matt Butcher, 8 Joe Edwards, 14 Mickel Miller, 15 Mustapha Bundu, 19 Tyreik Wright, 20 Adam Randell, 23 Ben Waine.
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PostSubject: Re: Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread)   Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread) EmptySat 13 Jan - 14:19

We're not making enough of Bundu.  He's much better than just a late substitute.
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Freathy wrote:
We're not making enough of Bundu.  He's much better than just a late substitute.
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It's official.  Whittaker is leaving.

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PostSubject: Re: Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread)   Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread) EmptySat 13 Jan - 15:50

Different head coach same old shit defending
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PostSubject: Re: Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread)   Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread) EmptySat 13 Jan - 16:32

Argo have been absolutely shocking 2nd half. Huddersfield well on top and can't see them not winning this now.
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PostSubject: Re: Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread)   Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread) EmptySat 13 Jan - 17:02

This should be the lightbulb going off moment that we desperately need new players in this squad by the end of the month in the positions already stated elsewhere so i wont repeat them here and not just kids on loan we need quality and the board need to realise that and start funding it.

Also clear that if your going to ignore all the qualified managers who applied for the job who could have done a good job if hire in order to hire a uncomplete unknown who has never managed at this level because in truth you only want a coach in charge then back that decision and get this guy what he needs which is an assistant along with the other positions going vacant in the backroom staff who can help him out aswell as do the job of a right hand man as that second half was disgusting.

Foster is no schumacher and it would be wrong for anyone to think they would be the same in how the act and do the job but im sure his pep talk went down like a bout of syphilis judging by that reaction from the players.


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PostSubject: Re: Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread)   Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread) EmptySat 13 Jan - 17:06

OK sort of point but shocking second half in terms of keeping the ball by all accounts, hoofball all the way apparently. Hope this isn't the way forward under this bloke-just had cataract replacement surgery and may have to wear my patch over the good eye against Cardiff if so. One good thing today is that Rotherham and Wednesday lost,QPR playing Watford tomorrow.
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Foster's two games in charge have been absolutely dire.  We've played two shit teams and he's managed to make both look like top of the Championship outfits compared to piss poor Argo.  Alarm bells are ringing very loudly at this appointment.  Cardiff will absolutely annihilate Argo next week.   What have you done hallett?
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Not the best game in the end, but we did start very well and deservedly took the lead after some good football down the left, Mumba with a great ball in and Whittaker, once again, with a tap in. After that we looked comfortable but once again gave the ball away in a dangerous area which led to the equaliser out of nothing.

Second half was a bit of a non event to be honest, and we'll probably be happier with a point than them.

We lacked creativity today, we missed Azaz and Cundle, we had no-one who could put their foot on the ball. Wright played that role but isn't strong enough or good enough to keep the ball or give it when he needs to.

We looked solid at the back, Phillips looks a player, as does Gyabi who showed a lot of strength in the midfield.

We never looked like losing today, but there was an opportunity to go on and win that.
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PostSubject: Re: Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread)   Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread) EmptySat 13 Jan - 18:29

PlymptonPilgrim wrote:
Not the best game in the end, but we did start very well and deservedly took the lead after some good football down the left, Mumba with a great ball in and Whittaker, once again, with a tap in. After that we looked comfortable but once again gave the ball away in a dangerous area which led to the equaliser out of nothing.

Second half was a bit of a non event to be honest, and we'll probably be happier with a point than them.

We lacked creativity today, we missed Azaz and Cundle, we had no-one who could put their foot on the ball. Wright played that role but isn't strong enough or good enough to keep the ball or give it when he needs to.

We looked solid at the back, Phillips looks a player, as does Gyabi who showed a lot of strength in the midfield.

We never looked like losing today, but there was an opportunity to go on and win that.

Agree with that. Our biggest problem - and it’s been consistently awful all season away from home - is our propensity to give the ball away cheaply, resulting in unnecessary pressure which has often led to us conceding. Foster needs to try and succeed where Shuey failed and stamp it out.


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PostSubject: Re: Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread)   Whippets pidgeons & Yorkshire puddings (Hud match thread) EmptySat 13 Jan - 18:30

Started OK and got a goal. Held them off for a little while and the crowd started to get on their back. Unfortunately after starting more direct, we reverted to 'pass it around the back and give it to the opponents in the final third' tactic that has led to so many conceded goals. Huddesfield inevitably took advantage and it was pretty much one way traffic from there, albeit Huddesfield didn't really have the quality to hurt us.
Midfield looked very disjointed. Only good thing I can say for Foster is that he made the right substitutions. Wright was having a mare, and was showing why Blackpool were happy to let him go last season plus both wingbacks were struggling. We immediately looked more sold once Randell, Edwards and Miller came on. Whitaker had an off day apart from the goal - a few instances where he miscontrolled the ball in key situations.

Not sure what happened to Gibson - was he injured? Didn't even appear on the subs bench
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Flat_Track_Bully wrote:
Started OK and got a goal. Held them off for a little while and the crowd started to get on their back. Unfortunately after starting more direct, we reverted to 'pass it around the back and give it to the opponents in the final third' tactic that has led to so many conceded goals. Huddesfield inevitably took advantage and it was pretty much one way traffic from there, albeit Huddesfield didn't really have the quality to hurt us.
Midfield looked very disjointed. Only good thing I can say for Foster is that he made the right substitutions. Wright was having a mare, and was showing why Blackpool were happy to let him go last season plus both wingbacks were struggling. We immediately looked more sold once Randell, Edwards and Miller came on. Whitaker had an off day apart from the goal - a few instances where he miscontrolled the ball in key situations.

Not sure what happened to Gibson - was he injured? Didn't even appear on the subs bench

must be or given leave of absence for whatever reason.. But to quote a famous troublemaker hes going to be sold next week as a result
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I've not felt as deflated by a point away from home for a long time, mumba at fault for their goal needlessly giving the ball away and after that we were never really in the game. As away games go I'm not sure we'll get an easier one all season against a very poor team by championship standards, the home form is going to have to remain tiptop or it'll be back to league one next season.
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Freathy wrote:
We're not making enough of Bundu.  He's much better than just a late substitute.

Not even a late substitute in the last three games. It was a nasty injury apparently but if he isn't fully fit, why put him in the squad at all? Difficult to spot the logic in that one.
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Czarcasm wrote:
PlymptonPilgrim wrote:
Not the best game in the end, but we did start very well and deservedly took the lead after some good football down the left, Mumba with a great ball in and Whittaker, once again, with a tap in. After that we looked comfortable but once again gave the ball away in a dangerous area which led to the equaliser out of nothing.

Second half was a bit of a non event to be honest, and we'll probably be happier with a point than them.

We lacked creativity today, we missed Azaz and Cundle, we had no-one who could put their foot on the ball. Wright played that role but isn't strong enough or good enough to keep the ball or give it when he needs to.

We looked solid at the back, Phillips looks a player, as does Gyabi who showed a lot of strength in the midfield.

We never looked like losing today, but there was an opportunity to go on and win that.

Agree with that. Our biggest problem - and it’s been consistently awful all season away from home - is our propensity to give the ball away cheaply, resulting in unnecessary pressure which has often led to us conceding. Foster needs to try and succeed where Shuey failed and stamp it out.

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Angry wrote:
Flat_Track_Bully wrote:
Started OK and got a goal. Held them off for a little while and the crowd started to get on their back. Unfortunately after starting more direct, we reverted to 'pass it around the back and give it to the opponents in the final third' tactic that has led to so many conceded goals. Huddesfield inevitably took advantage and it was pretty much one way traffic from there, albeit Huddesfield didn't really have the quality to hurt us.
Midfield looked very disjointed. Only good thing I can say for Foster is that he made the right substitutions. Wright was having a mare, and was showing why Blackpool were happy to let him go last season plus both wingbacks were struggling. We immediately looked more sold once Randell, Edwards and Miller came on. Whitaker had an off day apart from the goal - a few instances where he miscontrolled the ball in key situations.

Not sure what happened to Gibson - was he injured? Didn't even appear on the subs bench

must be or given leave of absence for whatever reason.. But to quote a famous troublemaker   hes going to be sold next week as a result
I believe he injured his ankle in training Thursday but not sure how bad or serious it is though
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