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Pieface goes viral for confronting Cheltenham fan in Plymouth win

Pieface goes viral after recorded footage of him confronting a Cheltenham Town fan following Plymouth’s 2-0 away win on Boxing Day.

The well known supporter, real name Jack McDermott, could be seen having a go at a member of the home support with a video taken of the moment that has had many laughing.

The Cheltenham lad could be heard saying “Look at this guy” then added “Calm down” as Pieface got closer and says “if you’ve got something to say, say it to my face!”

By the end of the clip, both part ways before anything else flares up, with the Argyle faithful making sure Jack gets himself home before he does something he regrets later.

 
 
 
 
 
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It wasn’t just the video that had people talking on Boxing Day, as a photo of him in the stands at Cheltenham did the rounds on social media.

Nik Robshaw @NikPAFC uploaded a photo which was captioned: “Cheltenham are so quiet @the_pieface is having a nap.”

It went on to get nearly 3,000 likes within 24 hours, as many users said they weren’t surprise that he looked so tired, considering he streams on Twitch in nights.

Jack McDermott has been in the public eye mostly since being contestant for Big Brother 2015, but also for supporting at Plymouth home and away games, has his on YouTube account and boasts a large following online, over 200,000 followers on Twitter alone.

So it’s no wonder he stands out as possibly an easy target for opposition supporters wanting to taunt, Bolton Wanderers fan Thogden another example of that.

As mentioned, Pieface goes viral for confronting a Cheltenham fan after the Plymouth win…

wi.ll.31: Pies on it tbf can’t knock the guy

jamie_irishman: Pie would deck them easy

j_west0121: Up the fuckin pie

miroreidd: Pie would destroy him like lacroix my whole attack

adam_yorke72: Boys started on him then shat it 😂

jacobconley.jc: Uppa pie face what a goat

max_walt: There’s just no need, pie would just chin him

ben._heath: Pie had him shook

seagall1967: Pie would fucking melt him

sloulas01: Didn’t think pie was that tall, he’s an absolute giant

_noah_sole_: Pie would of smashed him

ash._.80: The guy filming is posh, not being funny but I highly doubt his gonna knock out pie is he

aidan_culkin: Fella behind the camera flapped it badly there

louissharpe03: Someone from Cheltenham piping up 😭 don’t know what a scrap is they’re so posh

noahworthy1: Light work for a man of his calibre

olivercasella_: Pie would batter him tbf

marcus.mfc: Up the pie

mxtt.x15: Classic pie. What a bloke 👏

zaklawrencee: Cheltenham support is shit anyways

non.league.awaydays: Cheltenham fan absolutely shit himself 🤣🤣

isaacdunn_07: Guy with the phone was proper shitting bricks

nathan.johnsonnn: Pie should’ve just fuckin hit him

matt_deane_: It’s the stone island top. Pie on the smoke 💨

harrison_avfc23: Pie would have him

rose_m91: jake paul has found his next worthy opponent

MATCH REPORT:

Panutche Camara and Jordon Garrick made sure their side was coming away with the three points, getting on the scoresheet to help Plymouth maintain their League One promotion push with a 2-0 win at Cheltenham.

Camara broke the deadlock three minutes before the break after finishing off a fine flowing move which involved Joe Edwards, after Dan Scarr headed clear a Cheltenham corner.

Chris Hussey had already cleared off the line after Edwards got on the end of a deep cross from Macaulay Gillesphey in the 16th minute, before Danny Mayor saw his effort go wide from 25 yards out.

Cheltenham barely threatened in the game, however one moment saw Scarr block well to deny Alfie May after Jordan Houghton was dispossessed by Callum Wright who tried to play from the back.

Matty Blair also saw his chance saved by Michael Cooper in the 64th minute as Cheltenham looked for a leveller in front of their highest crowd since November 2019.

Garrick soon ended the Robins’ hopes of a comeback, beating Owen Evans after sub Niall Ennis found Camara and he provided the assist in the 75th minute.

Cheltenham now find themselves winless in five, while Argyle’s travelling support help guide their club to a second win in a row as they moved up to fourth.

Plymouth boss Steven Schumacher said after the game: “Cheltenham had a couple of spells of pressure and we had to stand firm, especially in the first half and then 15-20 minutes in the second half, which you know you are going to get when you come here. It’s never an easy game.

“I thought we competed really well. We fought for every first and second ball and showed two real glimpses of quality for our goals. I’m really pleased with the win.

“Credit to the players, they have limited Cheltenham to very few clear chances. Michael (Cooper) had maybe one decent save that he made.

“They still had areas of the game where they are putting set plays in your box and you have got to defend them properly. Our first goal came from us defending a set play really well.

“Dan (Scarr) got first contact on the ball and then we counter attack. Even though they were limited to their opportunities it was still a tough game. The lads still had to work really hard to come away with the win.”

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