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7:05am 6th September 2014

The Plymouth Argyle boss is teasing his team they are looking smarter than usual.

Their match away to Luton on Saturday afternoon is on the TV prompting suggestions some of the players may have had their hair cut in advance.

Boss John Sheridan joked: "Couple of spray tans as well by the looks of it.

"It's always nice when you're a player to play on telly. They're all looking forward to it and whatever team I pick, hopefully they'll go out and perform.

"There will be people watching who wouldn't normally be watching Plymouth so, hopefully, we'll go out and give a performance to justify being on telly."

They travel to Luton off the back of a bitter rivalry with the side, who they fought for promotion in 2001/2.

But John Sheridan insists some of the comments made at the time are no longer relevant now: "It's nothing to do with me. I'm just going to reflect and try to concentrate on the game in hand.

"We'll try and get three points - but whatever has gone on is purely between the people that were involved ten or twelve years ago. I don't really want to get involved with anything that has been said."

You can hear the full interview with the Plymouth boss here...

 

7:05am 6th September 2014

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