Adams: If we sink Reds, it’ll top the lot
unbeaten in Scotland and being a First Division club in the Scottish Cup Final, beating the likes of Celtic and Hibernian.
“However, if we beat Liverpool, then it goes to the top.”
Having taken 35,000 supporters to Wembley for last season’s League Two playoff final against AFC Wimbledon, Argyle will have another 8,500 at Anfield to cheer them on, but Adams insists the pressure is off them for this one. He said: “It’s a different day because there is no pressure on us at Anfield. That will hopefully help us, but the fans will have a terrific day.
“It’s a tough game. We are playing against a team of multi-million pound players.
“We have to go and be capable on the ball, because we are going to get the ball at some point in the game.
“Off the ball we will have to close them down and be able to run because that’s what Liverpool do.” A TRIP to Anfield to take on Liverpool in the Emirates FA Cup will be one of the greatest days in Plymouth Argyle history, but manager Derek Adams insists it will only head his personal top five if the Pilgrims win!
The League Two high-flyers secured the money-spinning tie after Graham Carey’s extratime penalty saw off Newport County in a second-round replay.
It was the latest crucial goal for Liverpool fan Carey, who now boasts ten for the season for Argyle.
He will be a key figure for Adams as he sets up against the Reds, but the former Ross County boss insists only victory will see this encounter overtake his Scottish Cup run with the Staggies back in 2010.
He said: “This will be up there in the top five experiences of my managerial career to be stood on the sidelines at Anfield.
“It’s not quite the very top because that was going 40 games