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Plymouth v Cambridge

Laker

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Struggling for any inspiration in the thread title this weekend for the second part of our Devon Double.
By all accounts we played ok at Exeter and it was disappointing to concede such a late equaliser - I must confess to shouting obscenities at my radio at around 9.30 on Tuesday when Exeter scored. Football does that to you sometimes. :)
The players have stayed down in Devon this week and I pity them all on Wednesday morning as I'm certain Dickie will have given them a real ear full at 6am!
I have a soft spot for Plymouth since playing them on the opening day of the season to mark our return to the league. They've also since proven how good that win was for us as they've been consistently around the play offs since.
Again, a draw would be a great result and would keep that points total ticking over. I suspect we might get dicked though.....
 

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Yeah fully expecting a defeat, couple of doubts for us in Elliot and morrisey, I'm hopeful one of them will come through ok, the latter preferably, along with dunk and Hughes it's a fair size injury list to our squad.

Just cross the ball in the box Plymouth, your bound to score as plenty of others have, we have been utter toilet all season at dealing with this, still safe journey to all that travel, up the u's.



KTF
 

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Struggling to get as engaged as I should about this one. I'd have liked to be there but in a football wind-down in prep for another trip to the wilds. Back for Stevenage at the Abbey - which also fails to stir the blood. 4 points from today, Pompey and Morecambe should be par and sufficient to ease us into the final throes of the season looking forward rather than over shoulders. I'd love a few clean sheets at this stage but another 2-2 would be my most optimistic forecast.
 

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Expected result but still disappointing, next Saturday is now became quite important.

safe journey home for those that travelled you poor feckers!!


KTF
 

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I've spent 38 hours on the road following them this week, and I felt insulted to be treated to that approach in the second half yesterday, it was completely needless and cost us a point. I've made my feelings clear at length on the messageboard so I won't bother repeating them, but we are in a battle now and we need to turn it around quickly before it turns from concerning to serious.
 

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