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Argyle V. Southend
7:01am 4th February 2012
Paul Sturrock returns to Home Park.
Plymouth Argyle are facing their ex manager's new side, Southend.
Pilgrims boss Carl Fletcher was originally brought in by Luggy.
He says they will just be concentrating on trying to get all three points: "I'm focused on what we have to do. I don't have enough time in the day to think about other things. I don't have enough time to think about my own kids, let alone Paul Sturrock. But he had a very successful time down here Paul, you know, he is a living legend down here isn't he".
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