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Plymouth Argyle
1 - 1
Queens Park Rangers

Coca Cola Championship

Home Park

13/12/08 @ 3.00pm

Attendance: 10747

Referee: Mr K Friend

Plymouth ArgyleQueens Park Rangers
MacLean (83)Helguson (16)
Romain Larrieu     Radek Cerny    
Chris Clark     Damien Delaney    
Krisztian Timar     Damion Stewart    
Marcel Seip     Gavin Mahon    
Chris Barker     Mikele Leigertwood    
Jamie Mackie     78 Patrick Agyemang     77
Luke Summerfield     Kaspars Gorkss    
Simon Walton     Martin Rowlands    
James Paterson     69 Peter Ramage     81
Paul Gallagher     77 Lee Cook     68
Rory Fallon     Heigar Helguson    
Substitutes
Craig Cathcart     Jake Cole    
Yoann Folly     Fitz Hall     81
Nicolas Marin     78 Dexter Blackstock     77
Craig Noone     69 Damiano Tommasi    
Steven MacLean     77 Hogan Ephraim     68
       
       
Game Statistics
19
Goal Attempts
9
8
On Target
5
7
Corners
2
2
Offside
2
12
Fouls
13
1
Yellow Cards
2
49
%
51

Writer:sandydl
Date:Saturday December 13 2008
Time: 5:23PM

Comments

0
Not bad stats for the away side in fairness! Their nineteen shots include Walton spooning about fiv over the stand.
Boxer
13/12/2008 19:57:00
0
19 shots is all well & fine but it's the 8 on target that's more important! And I'm sure one of those is their claim for a goal in the first couple of minutes plus the goal itself - taking it down to 6!! (I'm good at making stats say wot I want them to, hey?!!)
sandydl
13/12/2008 23:23:00
0
the only stat i read was 1 goal which (sadly) does actually make me happy
LeeCookFan
14/12/2008 02:40:00
0
You can have stats to prove anything!!! Seriously our ratio of shots to on target has been pleasing lately, with a little more luck we could have taken that game - Nice to see Mr Friend living up to his homer reputation.
Boxer
14/12/2008 08:49:00
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