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Plymouth V. Accrington
7:02am 27th September 2014
The Plymouth gaffer tells Pirate FM Accrington is a "tough place to go."
New signing Bobby Reid goes straight into the team making the trip up country for the Sky Bet League 2 match.
The 21 year old midfielder is on a one month loan from Bristol City
The away clash on Saturday comes off the back of two defeats in a row for Argyle.
But John Sheridan says it is not all bad: "I expect criticism when I'm not getting results, that's part and parcel of the football job.
"I won't change my mind, I will do what I think's right and hopefully I'll be successful.
"I've got a good group of players and the games we've lost - we've been in nearly every game this season so we're not far away."
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