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Football: Argyle vs Wimbledon
8:01am 29th December 2013
8:01am 29th December 2013
Plymouth Argyle try to put together a run of wins, as they travel to Wimbledon.
It is after beating high-flying Oxford 3-2
Boss John Sheridan is warning his team they will only get goals if they work for them: "I think we fully deserved the victory. They put us under pressure the last ten minutes, putting balls into the box. But, on account, I think we looked very lively and if we could have kept the ball better and that's what I said at half time. I was very pleased with the way we played.
"I really do think it was a very good team performance. If you were looking at the team you would have thought that we were the team in the higher position, but I'm not getting carried away. I said I'd come and try and win the game. We've won the game, it's three points. We've just got to try and get a run going of winning games as quickly as we can."
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