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Plymouth V. Scunthorpe
11:12am 21st September 2013
The Plymouth Argyle boss has told his team that there can be no excuses as they take on Scunthorpe.
The Pilgrims want to make amends for their 3-0 defeat to Wycombe Wanderers at Home Park last weekend.
John Sheridan says they need to find some consistency and fast: "It's always a long week, for some reason when you're losing it seems to feel longer than when you're winning, obviously but you've just got to brush it aside. Now it's gone there's nothing you can do about it but we have to perform a lot better.
"I think they are still blending but you'll find I try not to make excuses if I can help it and I don't make that as an excuse. We've worked all summer and no-one ever says they don't look as though they've played together when we're winning games."
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