It makes for more fiery encounters, and means that Plymouth home and away are always among the first fixtures I look for in the summer.
The meaning of a team’s “bogey team”: it’s defined as “a team that either always beats them or against which they habitually enjoy bad luck.”
Lonwijk proved to have a capable weaker foot when needed, and used his cultured right one to good use throughout.
Plymouth Argyle have strung plenty of wins together, conceded a stoppage time equaliser in a 2-2 draw at Portsmouth, and have the chance to go top of the league as Ipswich Town come to Home Park
It’s as clear an example as I can remember of a sub changing the game for the better. It would be a disappointment not to see him in the starting line-up against Ipswich.
There may be a few holes Argyle can look to exploit, but Portsmouth don’t have many. Indeed, I would argue that Portsmouth away is probably the hardest fixture Argyle could have faced at this stage of the season