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10 days later and how the mood has changed. Losses to Truro and Torquay have led some fans to question Ryan Lowe and his tactical ideas.
We’ve not even got close to seeing something that resembles Plymouth Argyle’s best team. Cooper, Aimson, McFadzean, Mayor and Telford have barely played.
After Truro beat Argyle a week ago via a fortunate winner, Torquay battered Argyle’s defence repeatedly and a further goal would not have been unfair.
One of the most exciting aspects of McFadzean arrival is the relationship he was able to strike up with Danny Mayor to create chances for Bury last season.
Argyle’s last competitive game at Plainmoor was almost six years ago. Your challenge is to name the Argyle lineup from the last three of those occasions.
After losing to Truro we saw an improved performance from Plymouth Argyle against Parkway, with Adam Randell stealing the show.
Telford has averaged a goal every 183 minutes, just over one every other game. This is despite the fact that 60% of his appearnces have come from the bench.
Ryan Lowe has so much goodwill from the fans at this point that there’s no need to risk the expectations that come with over-egging the pudding.
Ryan Lowe’s first game in charge of Plymouth Argyle ended in a 1-0 defeat, and few emerged with positive words to say about them.