David Friio's mate wrote:Metal_Green_Mickey wrote: The guy needs good service. When Argyle are booting up pitch Hardie and Ennis can use their pace to get involved.
Jephcott isn’t like this. He needs decent balls into the box. That’s when he comes alive.
However, he need work on his game outside of the box and how to get involved more with Argyle build up play.
He needs to be criticised because his recent performances have been poor. However, we need to remember without his goals earlier in this campaign we would be in a relegation scrap.
He has had a decent season.
I don't want him spending all his time outside the box - I want him in there scoring goals. We've had enough strikers that "aren't there to score goals".
He is infinitely more valuable to Argyle as a player that has rubbish games but pops up on the end of a 3 yard tap in, than a balanced all rounder who lays off 20 perfect passes to fullbacks every game.
I agree with this. We need to play to our strengths. Jephcott in the box tapping them in, Hardie running behind the defence and nicking the ball off their defenders while Ennis can hold up the play and make late runs into the box.
Jephcott was unlucky against Blackpool. If he had played first half, we were creating the chances that he thrives on. The second half the play suited Hardie.