Sunday, 25 February 2007


Not me, in spite of 7 bottles of ale and several pints in the pub yesterday, but Argyle.

After the elation of the previous two wins verses Derby and Colchester, Argyle came to QPR with sore heads. In a less-than-enthusiastic performance Argyle had to settle for a draw after going 1-0 up in the first half; whether their goal should have been allowed is conjecture in itself, but even so the equaliser stood and Argyle didn't rise to the challenge. It got a bit boring though the referee should take some of the blame for the lack of flowing play. And Lillian had picked up Barry Hayles's 'skipper temperament' yesterday and was yellow carded twice for dissent.

Why is it that Argyle have such a mental block about turning over teams lower down the table. It's as if we are too respectful of their relegation-battling play and give them too much freedom on the field.

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