GPS row, then Jervis win­ner sees

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE ONE - By Ed Lang­ford

DEREK Adams might have ob­jected to Wy­combe’s use of GPS sys­tems dur­ing their en­counter at Adams Park but the Ply­mouth boss was a lot hap­pier with the only data that seem­ingly mat­ters – the fi­nal score.

First-half goals from Reuben Reid and Jake Jervis even­tu­ally gave Ply­mouth the win, help­ing their side leapfrog Wy­combe into sec­ond place and end the Chair­boys’ un­beaten league run.

Jason Ban­ton opened his Wy­combe ac­count with an ear­lier equaliser but that wasn’t enough to pre­vent the Pil­grims aveng­ing their play-off semi-fi­nal de­feat in Buck­ing­hamshire back in May.

But for Adams, who held up the start of the game for six minute af­ter ques­tion­ing Wy­combe’s use of tech­nol­ogy, it’s another im­por­tant away win for his side.

“To get off to a fly­ing start was de­light­ful. I thought we passed the ball well and con­tin­ued that to­wards the end of the first half and start of the sec­ond,” said Adams.

“We’ve come away from home this sea­son and won games and it’s im­por­tant that you can do that in this league.

“It was a dif­fi­cult place to come with the longer grass and nar­rower pitch so you have to get used to that.

“We started on the front foot. Reuben (Reid) was ter­rific as was the rest of the team. We’re quick on the counter and can de­fend too.

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