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Argyle Draw Against Stevenage
7:43am 20th August 2014
Plymouth have just managed to scrape a point at home to Stevenage.
The match on Tuesday night finished 1-1 after Argyle grabbed a penalty in injury time.
Gaffer John Sheridan tells Pirate FM it was a tough game to watch, especially after that victory over Exeter at the weekend: "Yeah I didn't enjoy the game. We didn't play well. I thought it was a really stop-start, really scrappy game. In the end, I think we were quite fortunate to get a point out of the game.
"Tonight we just weren't there.
"I said to the players it'll be a totally different game. Exeter allow you to pass and they play infront of you a lot and Stevenage don't do that. They get in your face, they play off the front early and they did a job on us."
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