Ian Holloway who? Plymouth's Halmosi goal makes light of change


Last updated at 22:01 24 November 2007

Plymouth showed there is life after Ian Holloway as Hungarian international Peter Halmosi ended Sheffield United's six-match unbeaten run.

Argyle, managerless after

Holloway's defection to

Leicester, outplayed Bryan

Robson's promotion favourites

to record their first win at

Bramall Lane for 69 years.

Assistant manager Tim

Breaker, in temporary charge

but not in the running for the

job, revealed he had received a

'good luck' message from

Holloway. He said: "We

thoroughly deserved it and it

was a fantastic day all round.

"Whoever takes over will get good people, not just the players

but everyone involved with the


United were caught napping

when Plymouth snatched a

24th-minute lead that proved

decisive. Sylvan Ebanks-Blake

threaded the ball to Halmosi,

who shrugged off Gary Cahill's

challenge to finish with a low

strike beyond the exposed Ian

Bennett as he raced off his line.

Just before half-time, Halmosi

saw a shot from the edge of the

area crash against the

woodwork with Bennett beaten.

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