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    Re: Plymouth Argyle vs Exeter City matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by ECFC89 View Post
    They're genuinely celebrating on pasoti.
    Cute.
    Tinpot.
    What exactly are they celebrating ? Finishing a match with eleven players ?

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    Re: Plymouth Argyle vs Exeter City matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by manc grecian View Post
    Should never be let near a set piece of any description ever again. Good workout for everyone else.
    Agreed although he has played well so far this season do not rate him in any dead ball situation.

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    Re: Plymouth Argyle vs Exeter City matchday thread

    Att: 3800 inc 286 Grecians.

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    Re: Plymouth Argyle vs Exeter City matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Sexton Blake View Post
    That is exactly what I was saying the starting eleven was predominantly made up of second string players.
    fair enough,,,

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    Re: Plymouth Argyle vs Exeter City matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by ECFC89 View Post
    They're genuinely celebrating on pasoti.
    Cute.
    Tinpot.
    Hardly. I just had a quick look and most people recognise that effectively their first team managed to draw against a lower divisions second string. They also lost their best player to injury.

    From what I can see most of their fans are realistic about it.

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    Re: Plymouth Argyle vs Exeter City matchday thread

    Argyle put out a strong team and scraped a draw losing a key player through injury to Troy. City played a team of players with less than the average game time and several youth. We had the lead twice and they were chasing us. We came away injury free. We came away with game experience for fringe players. We came away having rested lots of key players. They were desperate for some sort of result tonight as they are seriously in trouble and need a big boost. Chatting to their fans in a Devonport pub they are not happy off the field, more unhappy than on, and on is bad, so that sums them up.
    FA cup soon. Proper Cup. Can't be having Tuesdays in this rust bucket trophy. Let them have their 30 seconds of glory. They've had their shot in the arm, their adrenalin rush will last a day or two, they are ill, they will be suffering again very soon. They shoot horses.
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    Re: Plymouth Argyle vs Exeter City matchday thread

    Sure Tis will be happy with that. Good run out for the squad.

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    Re: Plymouth Argyle vs Exeter City matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by denzel View Post
    We didn't though.

    Oh well. Who cares? Doesn't sound like any injuries which is the main thing.
    It seems like one hell of a lot of people paid their admission money to watch, who did care?!

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    Re: Plymouth Argyle vs Exeter City matchday thread

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteUSA View Post
    It seems like one hell of a lot of people paid their admission money to watch, who did care?!
    3800 isn't a lot for a derby. There were 14,000 last season and 8000 the last time we played them in the JPT.

    We could beat Chelsea youth in the next game and still go out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denzel View Post
    3800 isn't a lot for a derby. There were 14,000 last season and 8000 the last time we played them in the JPT.

    We could beat Chelsea youth in the next game and still go out.
    Same in that respect to the group stages of Champions League, Europa Cup, Euros and World Cup. It's what a group stage throws up. Never seen so much interest shown in a competition by "disinterested" fans. Time to move on?

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