- 14 Dec 2017
to be fair , its a relatively 'close' away game for them.... only Exeter, the two Brizzles & Scum are closer to them with FGR, Pompey, ( and higher up the pyramid- S'oton , Bournemouth) similarish distance to travel as Oxford ..,, besides Plymouths green army have always tended to travel in big numbers
Not sure what allocation Plymouth received for Saturday’s HUGE match but they only have a handful left to sell.
Yes a couple of thousand of the ones who turned up for the Man City game would help.Be good to see a good turnout of U's fans too when the team really does need as much backing as possible.
You mean there’s actually a chance Ryan Taylor might be fit..? You’re right though, a definite must win game. No other outcome should even be contemplated.This is I feel a must win otherwise we face being cut adrift with all games coming up looking ever difficult. Luke Mc Cormack and Ryan Taylor will no doubt love this game if they are playing
Their form really dipped when Taylor got injured at the tail end of last season. No offence to him but that’s really cheered me up knowing he’s out again on Saturday.Thanks for clarification. That must have been recently. One less problem for us hopefully. We usually do well against them at home
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