Peninsula Preview - Argyle v Porthleven
PORTHLEVEN are the visitors to Seale Hayne this weekend and while we extend our Green hospitality to every away team, the only priority is three points for Argyle.The 3-1 defeat to leaders Mousehole last Saturday has seen the gap at the top grow even larger but there were plenty of positives in the Pilgrim performance, although we must contend with some injury concerns in the squad.
“It’s important we get back to winning ways and if we perform like we did for the majority of the game at Mousehole last Saturday, we won’t be too far away,” said Head Coach Kevin Nancekivell.
“We’ve got quite a few injuries in the apprentice ranks at the minute, with five or six unavailable. We also have a Youth Alliance game at Leyton Orient, so that stretches the squad.
“It generally means we dip into the under-16s and some of the Football Education lads. Some of the under-16s have played a lot football with us this season and proven they are more than capable of holding their own.
“The first-team staff are in regular contact with us, keeping close tabs on how the Peninsula side is getting on. The main aim for the club is to see the first-team earn promotion to League 1 and it will be fantastic if we can follow suit.”