Plymouth v Poshies

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Plymouth v Poshies

Post by Chompy » 21 Aug 2018, 22:58

9-5 Plymouth, 5-2 Draw, 13-8 Poshies.

We're favourites v a team who've won two and drawn two. They started slowly last season, including when unluckily losing at our place, and have again this time. Carey not hit top gear yet.

More of the same I guess. Wardy and Siriki give everything for an hour before MM and Cooper replace them.

Toney is due a start here in place of Godden. Not that Godden's done anything wrong but Toney is ideal for this sort of away game v a passing team. Hold the ball up, let Cummings do his thing.

The top teams, as in us, Barnsley, Sunderland and Pompey are already starting to look dominant.

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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by superposh80 » 21 Aug 2018, 23:24

I fancied us to win this more than I did tonight's game...

We owe them from the corresponding fixture last season.

Uncle Steve will see to it....

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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by bristleposh » 22 Aug 2018, 08:33

I have bad news for everyone, I shall be there and if we lose it'll no doubt be my fault, I can have a curse on the team I'm sure, although if this team is good enough that should change this season. I said to a friend towards the end of last week if we get 9 points from our next three matches I'll be elated, he said if we get five he'd be more than happy - we have six already.
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Solid start to the season...

Post by travellingman » 22 Aug 2018, 11:21

...and hope you continue to do well. Been a while since Posh have been in the Championship.

If you are taking the long trip to Plymouth on Saturday you might be interested in checking out interesting info about Argyle and the city of Plymouth on my website www.footballcities.co.uk This is a non profit site and raises money for charity, this year for a Hospice that helps terminally ill people.The money comes from sponsorship by firms not football fans.

It has amazed us as that in its short life the site has had regular visits of multi thousands from 70 countries/500+ cities around the world.

Anyway, if travelling enjoy the match and hopefully return home with 3 points.

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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by john316z » 22 Aug 2018, 17:47

bristleposh wrote:
22 Aug 2018, 08:33
I have bad news for everyone, I shall be there and if we lose it'll no doubt be my fault, I can have a curse on the team I'm sure, although if this team is good enough that should change this season. I said to a friend towards the end of last week if we get 9 points from our next three matches I'll be elated, he said if we get five he'd be more than happy - we have six already.
Please stay at home or in the pub!

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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by bristleposh » 22 Aug 2018, 18:49

john316z wrote:
22 Aug 2018, 17:47
bristleposh wrote:
22 Aug 2018, 08:33
I have bad news for everyone, I shall be there and if we lose it'll no doubt be my fault, I can have a curse on the team I'm sure, although if this team is good enough that should change this season. I said to a friend towards the end of last week if we get 9 points from our next three matches I'll be elated, he said if we get five he'd be more than happy - we have six already.
Please stay in the pub!
great idea
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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by ashman » 22 Aug 2018, 19:45

bristleposh wrote:
22 Aug 2018, 18:49
great idea
This one? See you there chaps and chapesses!

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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by Chompy » 23 Aug 2018, 00:18

Eight pints of the local recommended for me please.

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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by bristleposh » 23 Aug 2018, 08:35

Chompy wrote:
23 Aug 2018, 00:18
Eight pints of the local recommended for me please.
I'm quite open about my identity, I don't hide behind a pseudonym, my drinking habits have certainly eased since old age took a grip, I'd love to meet you but I imagine the nearest to Plymouth you'll get will be with a postcode starting with a P. If I'm wrong and you do go to Plymouth the above recommended pub do some splendid meals and lovely cups of tea and coffee.
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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by Steamy Nin » 23 Aug 2018, 15:35

bristleposh wrote:
23 Aug 2018, 08:35
Chompy wrote:
23 Aug 2018, 00:18
Eight pints of the local recommended for me please.
I'm quite open about my identity, I don't hide behind a pseudonym, my drinking habits have certainly eased since old age took a grip, I'd love to meet you but I imagine the nearest to Plymouth you'll get will be with a postcode starting with a P. If I'm wrong and you do go to Plymouth the above recommended pub do some splendid meals and lovely cups of tea and coffee.
Good for you, a couple of beers before and after the game is always good, it's part of football for most of us. Some people don't like it and some people can't handle it but its all part of the match day experience that most of us love and those that don't should respect those that do. Anyone who can't tell the difference between someone having a social experience and somebody who is getting of their face is simply out of touch.

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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by dunc » 23 Aug 2018, 23:14

I never knew Bristleposh had become a teetotaller!

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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by DaveLister » 24 Aug 2018, 01:00

dunc wrote:
23 Aug 2018, 23:14
I never knew Bristleposh had become a teetotaller!
Nah, Chompy has him judged as a total lightweight. Twelve pints of warm Chinese lager for Bristle. Obv he's an alcohol warrior :lol:
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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by bristleposh » 24 Aug 2018, 07:50

john316z wrote:
24 Aug 2018, 07:30
So other than bristle is going to the game what has all this pointless drivel got to do with Plymouth?
absolutely BA.

one interesting fact I read somewhere, probably the PET, is that at the start of a football season the longest winning streak in the league that Posh have started with is four, we have equalled it already can we go one better at Plymouth and create a new record.
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Re: Plymouth v Poshies

Post by john316z » 24 Aug 2018, 08:03

bristleposh wrote:
24 Aug 2018, 07:50
john316z wrote:
24 Aug 2018, 07:30
So other than bristle is going to the game what has all this pointless drivel got to do with Plymouth?
absolutely BA.

one interesting fact I read somewhere, probably the PET, is that at the start of a football season the longest winning streak in the league that Posh have started with is four, we have equalled it already can we go one better at Plymouth and create a new record.
Yes I saw that. Apparently we've never got promoted when we started off in a similar vein. Not sure if that bit is true. Even the much famed 60s side ( who were apparently world beaters) failed to win 5

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