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Plymouth V. Southend
7:03am 30th August 2014
The Plymouth gaffer says Argyle need to play for the full 90 minutes, as they welcome Southend.
The Pilgrims lost to Bury last weekend, despite clawing back a goal in the second half.
Earlier that week, they needed an injury time penalty to scrape a draw against Stevenage.
That said, the Greens have not lost a game at home in 2014.
John Sheridan is seeing the positives: "I've got to look at what we've done well at home so far this season. We're unbeaten in the three games we've played so, you know, we're doing something right. But away from home the challenge is we go and we grind results out sometimes away from home and we've got to do that better.
"We've just got to get this work ethic and this 'never say die' and get that in our game and we just want to be winners and if I can preach that into them. We're not a light switch. You just can't switch on and off; we've got to be on top of our game for each and every game."
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