From match previews to players ratings and the opposition view, this is the home of our matchday content about Plymouth Argyle Football Club.
It was a hard fought point at Bolton, which extends Argyle’s lead over third place to seven points. The home side probably had the better of the game but had very little in the way of clear cut chances, mostly due to great defending from the greens. A big game awaits...
On a chilly Friday evening in December, it was a frosty reception which greeted the full time whistle as the green’s slumped to their first league defeat at home, here’s how the players are rated: Michael Cooper – 6: Perhaps would be disappointed at the second goal...
Well, well, well. Another 5-1 defeat - hello darkness, my old friend. I was ‘lucky’ enough to be on the player ratings for that defeat to Charlton too and I can see some huge similarities; a strong starting 11, big hype (mainly from last season’s FA Cup run still...
In the absence of Finn Azaz, there’s a lot of pressure on Whittaker but he’s looking more than capable of dealing with that.
Bounced back from his relatively poor showing at Rovers to ensure a return to his cool, calm, collected manner in the middle alongside 9 lung-busting recoveries and 3 long-range pot shots from deep
It would be safe to say I’m thoroughly running out of superlatives to describe this side; every-single-man has stepped up, as a side we look un-stoppable right now. My last game on the Argyle Life ratings saw us crumble to a 5-1 defeat at the hands of Charlton...
Quite frankly, I don’t know what more I can say about Cooper that doesn’t descend into cliche. I could say he goes beyond superlatives but that itself is a cliche.
Cool as a cucumber on the ball and fierce as a terrier off it, this was the prototype performance from Argyle’s number 20 on birthday number 22.
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.
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.