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Argyle in FA Cup Action
7:02am 12th November 2011
The Plymouth boss insists the FA Cup is not a distraction from their battle to escape relegation.
Argyle take on Stourbridge on Saturday afternoon.
Carl Fletcher played in the competition's final for West Ham back in 2006.
He says they want to win every match:
"Every game we play it's important that we prepare right and do thing the right way and I wouldn't expect us to treat this game any differently than any other game. So, we're looking forward to the game. It's the FA Cup. It's going to be tough. But, we've got to go out there and put in the performance"
"In terms of the game it's probably a no win situation for us. If we win, then everyone expects us to win. If we lose, we're all over the headlines. So, we have got to be prepared 100% in every aspect that we do"7:02am 12th November 2011
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