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Discussion in 'Plymouth' started by Plymborn, Sep 23, 2019.
FA CUP....ROUND 2.
Bristol R or Bromley...v...Argyle.
Last ball out,
Cardiff have parted company with Neil Warnock.
And you so hope it's Bromley plym. To be fair so do I.
Who will you be supporting that day if it happens Plym
Probably Sainsburys down the shopping centre.................
There would be no way of getting a ticket....I doubt if Argyle would get anymore than 500 tickets ?...and local tickets would be impossible seeing I haven't been down there since the 1950's/60's.
Artificial 3G pitch.....Max Att....5150.
January transfer rumours already starting.....a few clubs are already being linked... including Argyle with 22 year old Olufela Olomola a Scunthorpe striker at present on loan with Carlisle.
Don't get that. If Scunthorpe don't want him and they are way down the league then why would we. Not only that we would have to buy him and that is not our usual way.
Why would Ryan Lowe be interested in a striker....does he think that he cannot keep his present bunch injury free ?
1 x short term contract and another on loan till January. That's two who he may not have.
WOW....Carl Fletcher sacked after 29 DAYS by Leyton Orient....they won 4-0 after he signed his contract... but before he took over... and lost everything since....that will do his confidence a power of good.
Jose Baxter and PAFC have mutually agreed to end his short contract early.....his contract would have finished in January but because of a recurring calf injury it has been decided in the interest of both parties.... so that they can both plan for the future to end it now.
Macclesfield (non payment of wages) and Sheffield Wednesday (non compliance with financial fair play regulations) have been charged by the EFL.
Charging is one thing.... what will the outcome be?
Bristol R have a Saturday off because of International weekend, Bromley have a hard game against Harrogate.
With Cameron Sangster and Jose Baxter leaving the payroll this last week and also Ryan Lowe stating that other might be moving in January as well.... he also says that he has agents offering him players for the transfer window in January.....he does state that he will need new players if Argyle are going to make any progress with a promotion push in the new year.
Rovers win 1-0 at Bromley....so they are our 2nd round Cup opponents away..
Sounds as if Bromley were a little unlucky....had 60% of the possession......my son and grandson went to the game.
Always said it and keep saying it plym, if you don't score you don't win and football is that simple. Doesn't matter how much of the game you have, shots on or off target and corners it's just the goals stat that matters.
Watched the match video and Bromley clearly scored to equalize....the linesman got the off side so wrong....when the pass forward was kicked the Bromley player who scored was certainly not off-side.....later on they got the ball again into the net direct from a throw in....how the ball didn't touch a mass of players in front of goal is quite unbelievable.....Rovers looked quite beatable by Argyle when we meet them in the second round.
It's all go behind the scenes at Home Park. Not only will the Morecombe game be the first league game with bums on seats in the Grandtand, Simon Hallett has injected another £1.5m into the club by purchasing new shares, taking his holding up to 97.19%. The cash is to finish the Grandstand project and to subsidise the operational budget. Good news is that we have an owner willing and able to put money in without recourse and the bad news is that the club still needs it.
Also, Argyle have appointed Trevor East to the board, He now lives in Cornwall but has at various times been Deputy MD of Sky Sports and Head of Sport at ITV, responsible for the production of a wide portfolio that included four football World Cups, two Rugby World Cups and two Olympic Games and later for TV rights acquisitions and relationships with the world’s leading sports bodies. What an appointment that is.............
All seems to be going the right way the future looks bright at long last