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LISTEN: Plymouth Bag Play Off Position
7:00am 19th March 2014
Plymouth Argyle have beaten the league leaders to grab a play-off position.
They overturned Chesterfield 2-1, with both goals coming from Reuben Reid.
Their eighth home win of the season moves them up to seventh in the League Two table.
It means, for the first time in years, the Pilgrims are pushing for promotion.
But boss John Sheridan is not getting carried away, after succesfully seeing off his old club: "Listen - we're in a position where we want to be so we've got to make sure we stay there. We'll enjoy this result - it's a good boost for us. We've gone into the top seven - but we've got there and we've got to stay there.
"I've got to praise the players. They're the ones who need praising more than anyone.
"Their work ethic and desire to try to win each game we're playing is really good at the moment."
You can hear the rest of his thoughts on the match - and what it means for the rest of the season here...
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