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Argyle V. Rochdale
1:04pm 24th August 2013
Plymouth Argyle will be trying for back-to-back wins as they welcome Rochdale to Home Park on Saturday.
It has not quite been the start to the season boss John Sheridan wanted, with three defeats and one win.
But the manager tells Pirate FM that is something for them to build on: "We've got to take the criticism when we get it and accept it and look forward and try and improve and that's what we'll do. We'll take the plaudits when we're winning but don't be frightened; when you lose a game things are going to be said and that's just football. Today, everyone's got an opinion and you're a good manager one week, you're a bad manager the next."
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