Sunday, 24 October 2010

Spark of Hope

Plymouth Argyle 2 - 0 Huddersfield Town

Well who would have thought that would happen? A six-time changed team by Reid beat a top half team; although Argyle have a habit of getting results against the hard teams and falling to the weaker ones, as well as being the only winning Westcountry side this weekend. (And I must admit now that I was in two minds cos I've got a big bet on with a mate that Huddersfield will be higher in the table than Southampton come Christmas Day. Guess who won as well yesterday.) Wright-Philips was the hero of the hour, netting twice after pairing up with Fallon who headed Button's long punts to his striker partner. Although Fallon was unlucky not to get on the score sheet himself when his goal was written off by ref Russell. Shame that Town had to reply almost straight from the restart of Wright-Phillip's first goal to equalise, although that is another Argyle speciality. However, it's a welcome shock to some of the Green Army, especially as the win came at home, and as always it's good to enjoy the win.

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