Plymouth Argyle manager unhappy at Charlton’s opening goal and penalty award


Plymouth Argyle manager Derek Adams had complaints over Charlton’s opening goal and their penalty after today’s 2-1 defeat at The Valley.

Karlan Grant scored twice for the Addicks with Lyle Taylor missing a spot-kick.

Argyle had taken the lead through Graham Carey early on before Grant levelled things up.

Adams said: “They got a goal which we believe is a foul on Matt Macey off the ball – his hands were stopped getting to the ball by one of his players after that.

“The penalty kick was soft from my point of view. Matt Macey made a very good save.

“Their goal was a bit scrappy. We didn’t deal well with the ball into the box.”

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2 thoughts on “Plymouth Argyle manager unhappy at Charlton’s opening goal and penalty award

  • 22 September 2018 at 18:39

    Why can’t the clubs own website get K.Grants name right the player has said he wants to be known as Karlan Grant not Ahearn grant Sky sports gets his name right why not the club

  • 23 September 2018 at 09:24

    I don’t like this Adams guy; he’s full of it; same last season.
    You were completely outplayed, get over it pal!


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