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Southampton Interviews Plymouth Fan AllwaysArgyle

Southampton Interviews Plymouth Fan AllwaysArgyle

Having chatted on both of our sites I asked AllwaysArgyle a few questions regarding his team and his hopes for this season and memories from the past.

Question One was asking how long he had been a Pilgrim's fan.
How long have you been an Argyle fan?
He replied, 14 years and brfore that I was a Chelsea Glory fan.

Next I asked if he could remember the first goal he saw.
Yes, Plymouth Argyle at Wembley in 1996. That is about it as the rest is a blur.

For question three I asked him what his most memorable moment was as an Argyle fan.

Umm!! A couple of years ago seeing Argyle score at the Emirates against Arsenal in the third round of the FA Cup. We took 9000 fans there that day which is still the record away crowd for the ground.


Question Four and I asked for the worst moment.
Seeing the Geordies celebrate on our pitch as we got relegated.

Back to a more cheerful question. I asked him to name his favourite current players.
Luke Summerfield, Joe Mason and Craig Noone.

Question six was asking him to name the player you wish hadn't moved on/retired.
Paul Wotton or Eubanks-Blake

Question seven - Which player do you think was the worst to ever put on the famous green and white hoops?
Vincent Pericard or Leon Clarke.

Question eight was again more positive.
What is the best goal you have seen Argyle score?
Luke Summerfield in a CCC match at Colchester.He chipped the ball up and smashed it home from 30 yards. Result Colchester 0 Argyle 1. Great day out.

Question nine asked What is the most memorable game you've seen?
2002 at Queens Park Rangers in the season we ended up as champions.

finally I asked.
Pick us your dream Argyle XI.
The reply was simple.
I love all of the players.

To close AllwaysArgyle added this snippet for us to chew over.
We will finish the season second to the Saints.

That will do us all very nicely I would suggest.

Thanks go to AllwaysArgyle for accepting a place in the firing line.





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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Thursday August 5 2010
Time: 9:06AM

Comments

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Thanks for the vote of confidence AllwaysArgyle.
stellarnw
05/08/2010 11:52:00
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Poor Plymouth - next we here is that their Board has sold the ground and run back to London with the profits.
Wswilly3
05/08/2010 17:23:00
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The people that buy clubs need shooting or hanging, sometimes.
VSrednwhite
05/08/2010 17:28:00
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