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LISTEN: Plymouth Boss Says Inconsistency 'Doing Head In'

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7:01am 26th March 2014

The Plymouth boss admits the push for promotion has just got harder.

It is after Argyle let Exeter come from behind to beat them 2-1 on Tuesday night.

Reuben Reid put the Pilgrims ahead from the spot, as half time loomed.

But their Devon rivals regrouped after the break and fought back, leading to frustration from Argyle manager John Sheridan.

The result leaves them three points off the play off places, with seven games to go.

Sheridan has given a frank interview about promotion expectations. He told Pirate FM: "I'm sick of it. People going on about the play-offs, we're going to do this, we're going to do that. You've got to be very careful at this level once you get carried away and everybody gets jolly, jolly. I think it's only me that doesn't do that. I'm not saying the players do that. We haven't done anything - we've still got lots of games to go and there are plenty of teams in this division that can beat you.

"I don't understand the second half performance. Even the Accrington game from Saturday, that's still doing my head in. There's a chance of winning both games one-nil - which we should do. You should just see the game professionally - see the game through. I'm seeing people doing the opposite of what they should do. It ends up costing you."

Listen to the full interview here...

 

7:01am 26th March 2014

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