DESPITE being in the early stages of his Argyle career, manager Ryan Lowe is already completely comfortable with the travel challenges that come with our location.
Tomorrow’s Devon derby at Exeter is obviously the shortest away trip of the Sky Bet League Two season but the gaffer dismissed it’s importance in the same way he dismissed any thoughts of Exeter being fatigued after their recent journeys to Cambridge and Scunthorpe.
“It doesn’t really matter [travel], it just means the lads can stay at home on a Friday with their families, rather than travelling to a hotel before the game,” he said.
“It won’t change for us, just a normal Saturday afternoon. We’re not going to change anything, just one change in the team, maybe two.
“People might look for excuses and say they’ve had two away games and the journeys have been horrendous, but it doesn’t really matter. Teams have to come to us as well and we won’t look for any excuses, and they [Exeter] won’t be giving any excuses.
“Whether you’re traveling 100 miles or 600 miles, you’re going to play a game of football and to take three points.”