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Cambridge away who have had a very positive start to the season. Got som nice form going and while we are still short of a nuimber of key players feel we are good enough for a point or even more.....
 

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Cambridge away who have had a very positive start to the season. Got som nice form going and while we are still short of a nuimber of key players feel we are good enough for a point or even more.....
What happens if Pilley is jailed? Brexit loving prick
 

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We had a good run out against Man City youth in the week given a bit more game time to those who have been on the bench. We do appear to look like we are starting to gel and definitely are more potent going forward. Only John, Taylor and Okenhibirie to come back now although they will strengthen us considerably. I doubt we will get anything out of the game tomorrow but expect us to make a game of it and Plymouth having to earn the points.
I think it will be a close game. You are in a false position and are a better side than your very early season position suggests. Be interesting to see if you try to press us and push our back three and Cooper into a mistake. Key for us will be if Camara and Broom can boss things in the midfield, this creates space for Jeffers and Hot Dog Hardie.

The really concerning thing for both sides is the unpredictability of Trevor Kettle in the middle.
 

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I think it will be a close game. You are in a false position and are a better side than your very early season position suggests. Be interesting to see if you try to press us and push our back three and Cooper into a mistake. Key for us will be if Camara and Broom can boss things in the midfield, this creates space for Jeffers and Hot Dog Hardie.

The really concerning thing for both sides is the unpredictability of Trevor Kettle in the middle.
The frightening thing for me is that given the standard of officiating I’ve seen so far this season it makes Trevor Kettle look competent, god what am I saying?
 

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The frightening thing for me is that given the standard of officiating I’ve seen so far this season it makes Trevor Kettle look competent, god what am I saying?
Someone worse that the Kettle Go was your mouth out with soap.
 

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We had a good run out against Man City youth in the week given a bit more game time to those who have been on the bench. We do appear to look like we are starting to gel and definitely are more potent going forward. Only John, Taylor and Okenhibirie to come back now although they will strengthen us considerably. I doubt we will get anything out of the game tomorrow but expect us to make a game of it and Plymouth having to earn the points.
Definitely will be a tough game. I can see it ending in a 1-1 draw, possibly us winning 2-1 towards the end.
 

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Routine loss coming at Rotherham today, No end product and conceding for fun. If we sort out the end product we might have half a chance of a draw.
 

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Dreading the result from Rotherham today. I've got a feeling we could be on the end of abit of a spanking today.
 

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Peacock Farrell drops it with the striker lurking behind him… you know the rest.

Why on earth do keepers not check behind them?!
 

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God knows how we got a point today. Absaloute robbery. Rotherham as predicted battered us. But good old Chris Porter never fails from the spot, I'd love to know his record from the spot, must be double figures he's scored for us now.
 

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Didn't go, but seemed comfortable for us until those final 10-15 minutes. We then just about hung on!
 

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That performance was absolutely pathetic. Baffled as to how Rotherham didn't score at least 5 today. Even more baffled that we haven't lost. Artell got almost all aspects of that game wrong today and deserves full criticism. A repeat of that on Tuesday and I fear awaydays will be a very futile experience for us all.
 

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Well we threw that game away with 2 really stupid pens given away, firstly knoyle slide tackles when no chance of getting the ball then Dahlberg drops a straight forward catch at Agard’s feet and rugby tackles him, Argyle didn’t look like scoring other than that
 

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Peacock Farrell drops it with the striker lurking behind him… you know the rest.

Why on earth do keepers not check behind them?!

Legit called it. That wouldn't happen at home.

Could have won it 4-1 on another day, also could have lost it 1-0.

We move on.
 

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Honours even today and I think that was probably fair to both sides. Keeps the unbeaten run going but you drop points and your right back in the thick of things -at the wrong end of the table
Sounds like our (very ) young winger Paddy Lane scored a cracker, he was instrumental in setting up Morton's goal last Saturday, more than promising and lets hope we can keep him for a few more years
 

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If Sass-Davies can play for Crewe then so can I. Yet he was one of our better players today. Abysmal made better by Chris Porter’s daylight robbery.
 
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Somewhat disappointed with a 1-1 draw today - how Rotherham managed to hold us I really don't know.
Anyway can't complain too much at a point away from home.
Onwards and upwards.⚽
 

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Well we threw that game away with 2 really stupid pens given away, firstly knoyle slide tackles when no chance of getting the ball then Dahlberg drops a straight forward catch at Agard’s feet and rugby tackles him, Argyle didn’t look like scoring other than that
Jephcott missed a big chance first half, but other than that a draw probably a fair result. You won’t be near the bottom for much longer.
 

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Slightly disappointed today - thought the U's were the better side for the majority of the game, and after a shocking start (again) produced the better chances.

Our two rookie centre halves (average age just 20) did OK against a pretty tough Fleetwood front line; we were excellent down the left side particularly, and strong in midfield.

Deeply amused to see Fleetwood's keeper - after taking thirty seconds over every goal kick when ahead, to the extent of being warned by the ref before 20 minutes was up - suddenly discovered he could take them almost instantly when they fell behind.

Thought it looked like a pretty solid pen for us in the 90th minute, Cod defender wrestling Sam Smith over when he spun him in the area, but the ref missed it, and then when it was obvious that SOME kind of foul must have been committed, he gave it to Fleetwood! Which I guess is what he has to do if he doesn't know what happened, but he really should have seen it...

I'd be very surprised if Fleetwood bothered either end of the table this season, and - based on our last three performances - neither will Cambridge.
 

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Sounds like we were completely outclassed yesterday.

Missing our best two players will mean that was likely.

Sunderland away on Tuesday...
 

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Well we threw that game away with 2 really stupid pens given away, firstly knoyle slide tackles when no chance of getting the ball then Dahlberg drops a straight forward catch at Agard’s feet and rugby tackles him, Argyle didn’t look like scoring other than that
Shame for Dahlberg- seems to do well generally but has the odd vital error in him .
 

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Shame for Dahlberg- seems to do well generally but has the odd vital error in him .
Excellent shot stopper. Broom curled one top left, with the ball virtually coming towards me. Looked a goal but he made a great save. Yet he was totally at fault for the second. Dropped a fairly regulation ball then put his arms around the legs of Agard. I am very impressed that his parents called him Pontus. Are they historians?
 

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Stupid penalty to give away by Harding, punished by a goal and a second yellow card.

We only have ourselves to blame, wasting chance after chance.
Crewe hung in, and while ever it's only 1 goal, you just know they'll create at least one good chance...............they did.

We might make top 6 but we are so wasteful we have no chance of an automatic place.
 

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Did we hang in, or did you hand us a point? The latter, for me.
 

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Shame for Dahlberg- seems to do well generally but has the odd vital error in him .
As Boletus stated he’s a great shot stopper and generally his positioning is excellent plus he normally commands his area but he just seems to have a brain fart moment in him in every game, thankfully he saves us more than Costa us. It was harder to take yesterday because it was the best performance we’ve put in so far and deserved a point but when you’re down at the bottom everything seems to go against you.
 

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Wheres Ken Richardson when you need him lol? I dont like Donny lol
 

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