I've heard, (not 100% confirmed by the club) from a steward that Argyle will not only keeping the family enclosure in place for the Exeter game (in past seasons they have sensibly decided to remove it for the game), but also only selling tickets for block G (lower mayflower nearest to the changing rooms / away fans) to families.
Why on earth would we do that, other clubs can host derby / high profile games with a couple of rows of stewards. There is ample room between the two sets of fans without using families as a human shield.
Can foresee several complaints if unbeknown families do sit in these areas - the language is likely to be quite fruity.
Not only that, but we should be ramping the atmosphere up, making it as hostile as possible for the away team. It seems we are rolling out the red carpet.
As I say, unconfirmed from the club - but wouldn't surprise me in the slightest