Argyle (Away) 31st October

Grecian in Guzz

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Living in that $hithole is like living in the Dark Ages so I guess it's all that they know poor dears ! :p
Sadly as a Grecian living in the "$hithole" I have to admit there are bright areas to explore especially when sailing away from land !
Sadly football "Morons" exist in most clubs including ECFC - my only hope is that the police do a far better job in separating them on 31 Oct 22 than they did in 2010 - https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-devon-11724388

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Sadly as a Grecian living in the "$hithole" I have to admit there are bright areas to explore especially when sailing away from land !
Sadly football "Morons" exist in most clubs including ECFC - my only hope is that the police do a far better job in separating them on 31 Oct 22 than they did in 2010 - https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-devon-11724388

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I remember it well, but I find that report sadly lacking. For instance the steward was injured by Scum fans.
 

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I remember it well, but I find that report sadly lacking. For instance the steward was injured by Scum fans.
Hopefully the Scum continue to attack their own but not stone defenselessly Grecians (including kids) on the way to their coaches.
D&C Police have been made aware of the "stone mountain" made by recent developments at Barn Park end but have yet to address potential risk.
Suggest Grecians bring your own torch as it is dark at Barn Park end.
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We’re heading home today after 2 very nice nights staying in Looe.
Yesterday we made a brief incursion into enemy territory via the Torpoint Ferry.
We later retreated successfully over the Tamar Bridge back to our b&b accommodation and celebrated our safe return with fish, chips and mushy pies and glass of wine on our balcony overlooking Looe.
When we were behind the lines my wife bought a greatly reduced Ted Baker dress in the Barbican.
I know he’s fallen a little out of favour in recent times but I’m not sure whether it’s a bigger come down for him for his stuff to be on sale in a charity shop or on sale in Plymouth at all.
 

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There hasn't really been any large scale disorder whatsoever since 2010 in any home or away games. We hadn't played eachother for a long time and the lack of police/stewards was pathetic. Now days I should think as long as you don't go looking for trouble, you'll be absolutely fine. We might not receive a warm welcome but I'd take a trip to Argyle for a derby game any day over a boring away day like Stevenage or FGR where atmosphere doesn't exist.
 

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It will be my first time going down by train.

Do the majority of fans get the same train or is it spread out?
 
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