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HolloWatch: Go green for Ollie

103895100_21 Plymouth boss Ian Holloway - Pies favourite football manager in the whole world, ever - is urging the nation to go green. No, Ollie's not jumped on the climate change bandwagon, he just wants everyone to wear green to support his side in the FA Cup this weekend.

Plymouth face Watford on Sunday, and you won't be surprised to find out that Ollie is up for the occasion. In his regular BBC column, he said: "It will be a momentous occasion for us. We're at home and we've sold out all our tickets, which is fantastic, and the town's gone absolutely mental. I'm asking everyone to wear something green on Sunday, whether it's their Argyle shirts, socks or even their underpants. Even those people who don't support Plymouth but are watching the game on TV and rooting for us should wear something green." [Via BBC Sport, Rob Parker]

March 9, 2007 in Funny old game, The Championship | Permalink


Sorry Ollie, against anyone else I'd break out my Green pants, but I'll stick with my Watford Shirt.

The Horns will have revenge for George Rieley's ear.

Posted by: Billyo | Mar 9, 2007 12:24:13 PM

Go Argyle!

Posted by: Ollie, Pies Ed. | Mar 9, 2007 12:43:42 PM

I'm keeping goal in a charity hockey match, so I'll stick on nice Green heineken shirt... Go Argyle!

Posted by: Joe | Mar 10, 2007 4:49:52 PM

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