Saturday, 17 March 2007

Back on Track

Plymouth Argyle 1 (Sinclair 48 ) - 0 Crystal Palace

After the upset of the last two games, Argyle were back on track for their third sucessive game in a week when Sinclair scored a cracking goal in the second half. Admittedly the match itself was fairly dull even though Holloway's scaving review of the squad's recent performance resulted in selection changes.

Although Argyle were still not on form they played much better than on Wednesday, more shape and urgency. Luke was back on form and made some great saves, decisions and kicks - he was barking orders from his line too. But why had Pulis-style hoofball come back to Home Park? Is it a survival tactic? Certainly not exciting, and the balls are too easily lost because our forwards are too short. And corners have still not been perfected - seeing as we are awarded the most corners in the league, converting at least some of them would be helpful.

It's good to feel what it's like to win again.

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