Tomorrow's FA cup match verses Peterborough is more than just a chance of a cup run, instead Argyle's pride is at stake. Recently getting into the fourth round of any cup is considered a 'run'; and now we've drawn Peterborough in the FA Cup third round - a club two leagues below us - and knowing Argyle's history this could be a big banana skin.
With bearly a squad to field due to injuries, our substitute captain out due to a booking and our keepers' current form, we shall be relying on our younger inexperienced members to deliver against a team who are bound to be out for all they can get. A loss will do nothing to help Argyle's profile during this transfer window and amongst its supporters.
Some say 'concentrate on the league', but why is it that everytime cup matches come round that concentrating on the league has to be a priority?