Match Thread Plymouth Argyle vs. Coventry City Match Thread - Saturday 19th Jan

Discussion in 'Coventry City General Chat' started by Nick, Jan 14, 2019.

  1. oucho

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    Yeah think we'll edge this one.
     
  2. Nick

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    I think that was his party piece. He did that a few times (or tried to).
     
  3. covcity4life

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    same team, this time keep bright on for longer
     
  4. Nick

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    It depends if he is playing McCallum.

    If he is going to play McCallum again I'd drop Chaplin and put Bright there. Shipley on the Left who can then drop in when McCallum attacks and leave us less exposed.
     
  5. covcity4life

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    oh i forgot about mcallum. yeah bring mason or brown in please
     
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    Play Mason wherever possible. McCallum struggled last weekend but is only 17 so needs to be eased in to first team action. Mason looks the real deal at only 21 so I want to see him get as much game time as possible this season.
     
  7. covcity4life

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    Brown has got better with every game imo, think he gets unfair flack compared to mason who seems bullet proof with the fans
     
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    I think there's very little difference between the two but Brown is one of our highest earners and is trouble in the dressing room (from what I've heard). I'd happily save on Junior's wages and have Mason backed up by McCallum.
     
  9. covcity4life

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    could just be unfounded rumour to be fair

    robins signed both of them. should play them both for 1 season at least
     
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    Brown must have made at least 5 stupid challenge in the box. He's given away minumum 2 pens in a ccfc shirt. Lack of discipline?
     
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    yeah he scared me all time around box but i definitely noticed improvement all the way up to him getting dropped(or may have been injured)
     
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    For me, Bright has got to learn some positional responsibility. I think he showed in every position except goalkeeper.
    There was more than one occasion when a cross from the right went out of play on the left because he was out of position
     
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  13. Nick

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    That happens every week to be fair.
     
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    he still created excellent chance for hiwulla. more than shipley would have done

    he will learn by starting as many games as possible
     
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    I'm not disagreeing with you as he clearly has ability.
    Sterling's development should be a lesson to all of us doubters, but drifting around the field is something he has to correct as the rest of the team won't know how to play with him
     
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    Not looking forward to the long coach journey to this one.
     
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    Without knowing a lot about how Plymouth play, the last two games we've struggled for an outlet, so for that reason, I'd reinstate JCH for Hiwula. Hiwula missed 2, maybe 3 good chances (if we're being harsh) and think it'd be best to start with Chaplin and JCH. Had Hiwula stuck away one of the chances, I'd have dropped Chaplin. Otherwise, we should keep the team unchanged unless Mason is fit. I'm going for a win here by a goal margin.
     
  19. Liquid Gold

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    Looking forward to a shortish easy train away day.

    We've been allocated to beat them this season 1-0 or 2-1 City
     
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    Too far to travel up and down in one day! staying the night there, booked a family room in Travelodge for 30 quid 3 months ago! forward planning and looking forward to having a few drinks celebrating 3 points and play offs back on!
    4-2 City , will suit us them not sitting back and attacking us and we hit them on the break! can see it all unfolding.
     
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    If anyone is Cornwall based, is going by train and fancies meeting for a pint then PM me. Failing that is anybody planning on going to the Wetherspoons nearest to Plymouth station pre match?
     
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    Coming from Bristol but same plan of going to the pub between the station and the ground. My other half is taking her Cornish flag (where she's from) to wind up the locals.
     
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    My Granny would have scored that one and she died in the’80’s
     
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    Used to work with a woman from Plymouth in Cov and another woman who was of Cornish descent. They both had their respective flags on the desk (iirc Cornish is black with a white cross and Devon the Plymouth Argyle colours)
     
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    The result depends on which Coventry City side show up.
    Could be a win or loss or even a draw.
     
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    Yep that’s right, they also bloody hate one another.
     
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    Really looking forward to this due to work first game this season on the 9am train out of Penzance if any fellow SBA are travelling up by train be good to talk all things sky blue
     
  28. Nick

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    I'll watch on ifollow for a woman on the pitch brawling!
     
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    For a minute or so I thought you said bawling lol
     
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    I’m guessing you’ve studied this in some depth?
     
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    4 of us driving down on Friday afternoon, staying until Sunday. Might as well make a weekend of it.
     
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    You know it makes sense, I'm driving to Cornwall on Friday afternoon (hopefully won't get stuck at Bristol as usual) and staying until Monday.
     
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    Last time I stayed in Cornwall and drove to Plymouth it took two bastard hours to go 40 miles down a succession of dirt tracks!
     
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    you should stick to the main roads ;)
     
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    1,000 tickets sold so far, that's excellent for this time of year for a 6 hour+ round trip. Hopefully we can sell the remaining 200 in the next few days.
     

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