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LISTEN: Sheridan Says It's Time Plymouth's Luck Changed
8:01am 4th October 2014
The Plymouth boss admits the week has dragged after losing Accrington.
Argyle welcome Shrewsbury to Home Park on Saturday.
But John Sheridan admits he has been down after last Saturday's defeat - and he wants to turn that around.
He said: "It's about winning football matches. I'm not stupid. Everyone gets a lift out of winning. We've all been down - I've been down this week. When you're winning you're a much happier person. Everything seems to come to you a little bit easier and everything goes a little bit quicker as well.
"We've got to really try and win as much as we can at home. We've played alright away from home. We're just not getting the odd point or the luck of the green with the odd goal here or there. But we're doing the right things.
"Hopefully our luck will change."
You can listen to the full interview here...
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