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“We’ve moved from 5-3-2 to a 4-3-3 which has seen us be more attacking, but lose the defensive solidity that kept us up last season.”
Despite not being one of the favourites to go up this season, Lincoln City currently sit second in the table.
Plymouth Argyle had quite the week, with goals, drama and a scandal involving Coronavirus and Leyton Orient.
Plymouth Argyle need to calm down. It is almost as if the team is doing shots of espresso before they take the pitch.
Plymouth Argyle have been contacted by Leyton Orient to inform them that “a number of first-team squad have tested positive for COVID-19”.
The analysis of such a high-scoring game may seem obvious: attack good, defence bad. But there are a few more intricacies we can delve into.
THAT was the performance Plymouth Argyle had been waiting for from the man some are now calling the Merseyside Messi.
“We don’t seem to be as direct as last season and have some technically gifted players going forward, which has been exciting so far.”
Much fancied sides Peterborough, Blackpool and Oxford all lost on the opening day, with Portsmouth and Sunderland also dropping points.