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Thread: EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

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    EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

    Should be a very interesting game especially now that our fortunes are very much reversed.

    Will we put out a reserve team or will we go all out to rub their nose in it?

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    Re: EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

    Nothing game,play the minimum amount of first team and avoid injuries at all costs!

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    Re: EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

    Quote Originally Posted by contrabombarde View Post
    Should be a very interesting game especially now that our fortunes are very much reversed.

    Will we put out a reserve team or will we go all out to rub their nose in it?
    Hopefully a reserve team, we can't risk any injuries against the dirtiest team in the whole of the Football League. The competition is meaningless and the result even more so. Now that they have changed the rules so that the 7 on the bench count as the 7 from the previous match (I think) it makes it a lot easier. I would start with just those seven and then the kids out on loan and take Mcalinden off in the first minute so that he can't get hurt. It will be a good experience for our kids in a hostile atmosphere and a game that even our second string should win.

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    Re: EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

    Still 10k to win and we should be able to field a stronger side than v Yeovil even with making changes. Agree that we shouldn't risk anyone carrying a knock.

    Expect to see Hamon, Wilson, Troy a h, sparkes, Jay, Edwards, mcalinden all getting some game time. Possibly boateng also unless the plan is to start him for definate at Carlisle. Not sure if Simpson, brunt and Harley are close enough to play a part but would be good if they could? These and a few who started today, maybe Croll and Moxey who haven't had a lot of minutes?

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    Re: EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

    Quote Originally Posted by dontpassback View Post
    Nothing game,play the minimum amount of first team and avoid injuries at all costs!
    Sadly the minimum amount is still 6 who started today. I wouldn't go to this if it was free and played in my back yard.
    Agree on the injuries, didn't Croll pick up an injury against Yeovil?

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    Re: EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

    Quote Originally Posted by Exehausted View Post
    Hopefully a reserve team, we can't risk any injuries against the dirtiest team in the whole of the Football League.
    Didn't realise we were playing Wycombe?

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    Re: EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

    Quote Originally Posted by TOP_CITY_FAN View Post
    Didn't realise we were playing Wycombe?
    With five reds this season and even Argo fans saying that they were all justified, in my book that makes them the dirtiest team by a country mile.

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    Re: EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

    Incredible run of red cards for them. I think we should let them win this as it will give them at least one highlight in their relegation season.

    Pointless game. Hope we lose and don't get any injuries.

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    Re: EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

    Hope our reserves win ,pocket the prize money and don't get any injuries.

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    Re: EFL Trophy: Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City Tuesday 3rd October.

    Quote Originally Posted by Legohead View Post
    Incredible run of red cards for them. I think we should let them win this as it will give them at least one highlight in their relegation season.

    Pointless game. Hope we lose and don't get any injuries.
    Nah, just give em a good hiding with our second string while they are down, wouldn't want them to get any confidence back ! And any money they might win would only end up in Harry Potter's private pension fund !

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