Lowe praise as Argyle get back on winning track

RYAN HARDIE courtesyPAFC Plymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe was delighted as the Pilgrims beat visitors MK Dons 1-0 to end a six-match losing League One run thanks to Scottish striker Ryan Hardie's winning strike.

Lowe beamed: “It’s a win and a clean sheet, and we can enjoy Christmas now!”



Hotshot Hardie scored the 68th minute winner, taking a touch before finishing off from 12 yards and an incisive pass from skipper Joe Edwards.

The win enables Argyle to leapfrog over MK Dons up 14th in the table.

Lowe said: “We set the game plan out for the boys and they nailed it to a T.

“We said we might have to change a little bit, and the fancy football might have to give up a little touch, although I thought we still managed to play some good football.

“We moved the ball from side to side, worked some good patterns and were on the front foot and right at it from the word go.

“There will always be a small minority of people who will be negative about what we do but we haven’t embedded ourselves in Plymouth Argyle for the short while we are on a journey. And the ones who are with us I want to thank because they spurred us on today, whether they were here or at home.

“It’s only three points so I am not getting carried away. We remain grounded but it’s three points against a good MK Dons side and let’s not forget we are still the new boys in this League and on a massive learning curve, and we are learning more every day. Today was another massive learning curve about what we will need sometimes in this division.

“I keep saying it ‘tough times don’t last but tough people do’ and we know we’ve got players who will run through brick walls for us. And sometimes that what you need.”

SWSN Stars everyone in Green. Merry Christmas!

Ryan Hardie image courtesy pafc.co.uk 

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