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Goodbye Mr Taylor!

Plymouth Argyle
1 - 0
Crystal Palace

Home Park

2/10/2007

Attendance: 10.541

Referee:

For me Peter Taylor's clock has stopped ticking, time is up, enough is enough, how are we supposed to cough up our hard own cash to pay and watch this drivel week in week out, don't get me wrong like most of you I'm a very passionate Palace fan, been there for our best times, and have also been there for our worst times too, and this Taylor era is fast becoming the worst, even worse than the Mullery era, and God that hurts me to say that.

So another 1-0 defeat, but so what if it is 1-0, a defeat is a defeat, how can you say were playing well, 'I'm pleased the way the lads have commited themselves, we have only lost by one goal, we could easily have drawn or in some cases won' say's Taylor again and again,the man has now idea.

Even Plymouth fans are saying that was one of their worst performances, so what does that say about us.

Well thank you Plymouth for just scoring the one, Peter Halmosi drove in a low shot from the edge of the area five minutes after the interval and that was enough for Plymouth to take all 3 points.

Peter Taylor should do the right thing and resign, we have had enough, he has run out of excuses, as he keeps repeating himself, come on Peter do the descent thing, RESIGN NOW!

Quotes:
from Sporting Life; A second-half strike from Peter Halmosi gave Plymouth their first home win of the season against a LACKLUSTER Crystal Palace at Home Park.


PALACE: Speroni, Butterfield (Green 62), Cort, Hudson, Craig,
Soares (Watson 62), Fletcher, Lawrence, Hughes, Dickov,
Idrizaj (Morrison 46).

Subs Not Used: Flinders, Fonte.

Booked: Idrizaj.



Plymouth: McCormick, Connolly, Timar, Seip, Hodges, Norris,
Gosling (Buzsaky 72), Nalis, Halmosi, Hayles
(Ebanks-Blake 64),Chadwick (Doumbe 84).

Subs Not Used: Fallon, Sawyer.

Booked: Norris.


Writer:Eagle1
Date:Thursday October 4 2007
Time: 4:42PM

Comments

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Hopful we can due you a favour and beat you and get Taylor the sack.
matty17x
04/10/2007 18:40:00
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so a fair result given the two teams starts this season i say
ozanne park rangers
25/01/2008 02:09:00
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