How has John Sheridan done at Plymouth Argyle so far - your views online
WHY ask this when less than a dozen games in? Make the judgement at the end of the season. If we stay up, good job; if we go down, bad job. Simple.
WON two, drawn two, including two clean sheets. Brought in some good players who are already starting to gel. Where's the debate?
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HE'S doing a fantastic job so far. Eight points in the bag and unbeaten, which given the situation they're in is paramount. Keep it up!
EIGHT points from a possible 12, excellent so far. The players are now starting to gel as a team.
AS LONG as we can keep getting the three points we are heading in the right direction. Keep it up lads, we are behind you all the way. COYG!
WHAT kind of question is that? Ridiculous. The last 13 games under Carl Fletcher got us seven points and so far under Sheridan we have got eight points out of 12, brought in new quality players, kept two clean sheets and got an away win on Saturday. Why not try a harder question? Like, who would you prefer up front – Chadwick or Banton!
THE manager doesn't need this extra pressure. Let's just get behind him and give him our 100 per cent support.
SO FAR, so good. There are 15 games remaining and, especially after this month, very few look easy so it is vital we pick up points against teams around us. I think it is too early to say whether Argyle will survive in League Two but the initial signs of Sheridan's reign are good. The team was crying out for a bit of pace up front and a commanding midfielder, and he has brought in recruits to fill those positions.
THE signings he has made are signings in positions that needed strengthening. The defence has looked very solid, although Sheridan himself has been the first to admit we haven't played that well under him yet and could be more threatening going forward.
STRANGE question. Obviously the vast majority of Argyle fans will be delighted with eight points from 12. Would we have been asked had it been none from 12? Nothing against Sheridan here but I'd be more interested to know why Fletch had to shop in the LoW (League of Wales) and the Conference South for players last summer whereas Shezza has been able to sign players of professional League standard. It was hinted Fletch couldn't even afford to play some of his loanees, hence they remained on the bench. It would appear extra money has been found despite supposed losses this season. We know Purse was probably the highest paid, but he must've been on an absolute fortune.
IT'S better to be lucky than good! And that has to be said of John Sheridan's reign so far. Two wins, two draws, two clean sheets, all very positive for a team in a relegation scrap, but on the other hand we still seem remarkably lightweight up front and it is still a worry about where the goals will come from. I would like to see him bring in a proven goalscorer at this level before he has to fall back on Chadwick and Feeney, who have proved conclusively they don't score at this level. I don't think the football is any more attractive but we look more solid, and at this stage frankly, who cares? We just need enough points to stay up and then he can rip it up and start again next season – if he stays. Sheridan wasn't my choice for the job but he's delivered the goods so far so good luck to him.
AT THE moment John Sheridan is getting the desired results and long may that continue, and whether he was your choice or not does not really matter as I assume all on here want to see the Greens survive and progress next season. Let's encourage all supporters to get firmly behind the manager and the team.