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Plymouth's Play-Off Hopes Dashed
8:27am 22nd April 2014
The Plymouth gaffer says he's "really hurting inside" after a double defeat over Easter.
Argyle lost 2-1 at home to Wimbledon yesterday.
That came after that 4-0 drubbing against Bury on Good Friday.
John Sheridan says the game plan is still the same as the one that helped them into the play-off places: "I don't think it's the time now to get angry. I think I felt last week the season was more or less over. I can't explain the last eight or nine games why we've took our foot off the pedal or the results haven't happened for us.
"There's no change really to what we've been doing - what people were positive for why we got in the play-offs. Same personnel, same way we want to play and we've had some really good results during that time but the last eight or nine games - it's hard to understand; I'm really, really hurting inside."
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