Cambridge United and Plymouth Argyle v Trevor Kettle

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With Plymouth bringing 2,300 with them, this will be close to a sell out game. I was looking forward to it until I heard that arrogant wanker Kettle is the referee.

I hope he doesn't kill a game for once.
 

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Yep he's an idiot alright.

Head says 2-0 to you with 2 goals from set pieces as Luke McCormick further displays his inability to deal with high balls and flaps around a crowded box. Yet this is the type of game we always go on to win and then undoubtedly screw up the 'easy one' next week(eg Daggers following victories at Pompey and Orient). Heart says we win 1-0 and Rovers, Accy and Oxford all lose, maybe in dreamland. Our away form has been a big positive this season so who knows.

Cambridge impressed me at Home Park and are on a decent run so should be a good game!
 

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With Plymouth bringing 2,300 with them, this will be close to a sell out game. I was looking forward to it until I heard that arrogant wanker Kettle is the referee.

I hope he doesn't kill a game for once.

He's clearly trying to compensate for something.


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Good news is that Leon Legge may well be fit to return - and he's due a set-piece goal. If poacher Willo had not stuck his oar in for the goal that was going in against Carlisle, this would be even more interesting and I'd be around £250 richer - I'd found £10.16 in a dormant Paddy Power account and stuck it on Leon to score first. :(

Surprise return to the bench for Barry Corr would be too much to hope for, so it'll be up to Willo or Sir Jimmy to score one each of arse, shin or elbow to give us a 3 - 2 win.

Should be a good game with a good atmosphere and near full house. Safe journey to the Green Army, near or far. It would be nice if you could be a little noisier and more positive than for our first match back in the Football League. I've thought you'd manage (or have) to go up through the play-offs since I saw your second choice options in December.
 

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The Abbey with 7000+ fans will be rocking.

I think Plymouth are like us in that they've got a reasonable amount of pace on the counter attack so it could be a great game.

I just hope we play with the shackles off like we have done in the last few games and don't just try to close the game down because the playoffs are suddenly just about on the horizon again.

If we can put out a front 4 of Williamson, Dunk, Berry and Ismail and they're all given the freedom to rotate and leave their positions we should ask Plymouth plenty of questions.

My prediction - draw, which won't matter in the grand scheme of things as the Wombles win anyway.
 

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We'll stuff the fuckers. 4-0.

I'm at my cousin's wedding this weekend in Surrey. "Pissed off" doesn't even come close. I mean, who gets married on the 2nd last Saturday of the football season?

Ho hum, I've missed 4 home games already this season and we've won them all. Fingers crossed it continues so I can enjoy Field Mill (if that isn't an oxymoron).
 

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We'll stuff the fuckers. 4-0.

I'm at my cousin's wedding this weekend in Surrey. "Pissed off" doesn't even come close. I mean, who gets married on the 2nd last Saturday of the football season?

Ho hum, I've missed 4 home games already this season and we've won them all. Fingers crossed it continues so I can enjoy Field Mill (if that isn't an oxymoron).

At least your cousin's wedding is in Surrey, I've got to go to bloody Wales on Saturday for mine. What is it with these people?
 

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I love that every team is starting to cotton on the idea that 'whistling' kettle is the worst ref there has ever been
 

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One of the best home matches of the season in front of the biggest crowd. 4 excellent goals. Good way to finish the season at the Abbey. Would it have been greedy to want to take it to the final saturday? Pity we're not quite there yet but I'm not complaining.

Kettle had his moments, quite a few actually, but we've probably had half a dozen worse referees this season. He's still a pompous twat.

Many fellow U's seem less than impressed with Argyle than me. Although there were mistakes, we were probably near the top of our game. I thought they defended solidly, even if they had to regularly resort to a foul to deal with our on-fire wingers, and they dealt with our set pieces better than most. They showed their resilience in scoring against the run of play and coming back after losing 2 goals in a minute. They were physically stronger and more up for the challenge than the team we turned over at Home Park and they had more of a threat up front and some ideas going forward - thankfully Leon was magnificent, as were the rest.

Green Army were a credit to the club, before during and after - although, as usual, they took a bit of stirring to make some noise.

Sean Derry's interview was also best of the season. https://soundcloud.com/bbccambssport
 

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"Many fellow U's seem less than impressed with Argyle than me. Although there were mistakes, we were probably near the top of our game. I thought they defended solidly, even if they had to regularly resort to a foul to deal with our on-fire wingers, and they dealt with our set pieces better than most. They showed their resilience in scoring against the run of play and coming back after losing 2 goals in a minute. They were physically stronger and more up for the challenge than the team we turned over at Home Park and they had more of a threat up front and some ideas going forward - thankfully Leon was magnificent, as were the rest."

Well said Alan. The points I've highlighted in bold are spot on. I find it a bit odd our fans are saying they clearly have no chance in the po's. It's not like they were held to a draw by a poor side, and then there's the fact that many sides would've simply given up after conceding twice in a minute. They didn't, even though results elsewhere weren't going their way.
 

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