“In the early going, but”Media respond to Darko Gyabi’s performance during the Plymouth victory
Following his second appearance for Plymouth Argyle, in which the Leeds United loanee assisted Ian Foster’s team in defeating Cardiff City 3-1, Darko Gyabi has received accolades.
At Home Park, Darko Gyabi began his career with a well-known face. In the week that followed his release from Norwich City, Adam Forshaw, a former colleague at Leeds, signed a contract with Plymouth.
As it turned out, the Pilgrims had a successful day. For the first time since mid-December, Argyle won in the league. And it appears that the 19-year-old had a really favorable effect on the match. After making his debut, Gyabi’s manager had already given him accolades.
After Plymouth’s victory, Darko Gyabi was praised.
After the match, Gyabi received one of the higher ratings from Plymouth Live; only Ryan Hardie scored higher than the midfielder’s eight out of ten. That certainly explains Hardie’s rating, as he set up the other goal and scored twice.
Furthermore, there seems to be hope that the adolescent player from Leeds would perform well while at Plymouth.
“Consolidated a strong debut in the 1-1 draw away to Huddersfield Town with a brilliant performance against Cardiff, combining his ability to break up play with deft ball handling and distribution. Although it’s early, the 19-year-old Leeds United midfielder who is on loan to Argyle appears to be a nice addition, they said.
Excellent action for the child
Regretfully for Gyabi, Plymouth’s next match is an FA Cup match against Leeds the following Saturday. Therefore, it seems likely that he will have to sit out the tie at Elland Road unless some kind of arrangement was struck.
However, it is encouraging to see how well he is doing at Plymouth. Given that Foster has already brought in several other interesting acquisitions, such Ashley Phillips and Alfie Devine, both of whom are leaving Tottenham, this seems to be a great loan move for the young player.
If he succeeds with a Championship competitor, it will undoubtedly help his prospects of succeeding at Leeds.
Leeds appears to be much more formidable in the middle of the pitch this season than they were in the Premier League the previous year. Therefore, Gyabi has a difficult challenge.
But after finding it difficult to make the last step at Leeds, he will probably benefit greatly by playing regularly at Home Park.