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While defending is a major concern, scoring is also emerging as an area where Plymouth Argyle are underperforming, and it’s starting to make a big impact.
Another away outing leaving the Green Army unsatisfied, Plymouth Argyle returned from the County Ground with a point, which on the balance of things, may have been more than we deserved.
Wellens has made it quite clear that he thinks the EFL Trophy is an unwanted distraction so it was no surprise to see Town get a walloping in midweek.
Focusing this quiz around Argyle’s previous meetings with Swindon was a no brainer. See how much you can remember, and let us know how you get on.
Summed up in six words: header lost; goal conceded; points dropped. Same again for Argyle and questions are now being asked of the manager and the players.
Unless the defensive issues are cut out, Argyle won’t win the points they perhaps deserve. If that’s the case, a long season of frustration may beckon.
Another disappointing day at the office for Plymouth Argyle with a stoppage-time equaliser ending the hopes of a first home win since August.
You don’t often hear of players having a ‘wand of a right foot’, but Mayor’s might just be good enough to force a change to that unofficial style guide.
Last week, Plymouth Argyle released income and expendature figures that are more detailed than those provided by virtually every other EFL club.