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Cruel Equaliser Snatches Victory from Argyle
7:13am 29th February 2012
Plymouth Argyle have suffered final whistle heart-ache.
Macclesfield pulled out a lasp gasp equaliser on Tuesday night to end their match one-all.
Boss Carl Fletcher reckons the Pilgrims deserved all three points. He said, "We had some good chances and we got a goal I felt we deserved. I'm disappointed from our point of view. Football, I suppose, comes back and bites you on the bum but overall performance was really good.
"I'm disappointed we didn't get the win for the fans. I thought it was going to be a fourth clean sheet. We looked really comfortable towards the end and weren't really under a lot of pressure. It just wasn't to be."7:13am 29th February 2012
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