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Safe Argyle Play Without Pressure
7:01am 28th April 2012
The pressure is off for Plymouth Argyle.
The side travel to Morecamble knowing they have already escaped relegation.
Boss Carl Fletch is set to give Cornish goalkeeper Ollie Chenoweth his debut at the mid-table Shrimpers – his first senior appearance since signing for the Pilgrims as a 13 year old.
Argyle secured their Football league status with a 1-1 draw with Oxford last Saturday and Fletch believes that the lack of pressure will allow his side to go and play without fear.
Regular captain Simon Walton is the only injury doubt as he recovers from a dislocated shoulder.
Fletch told Pirate FM, "We just take each game as it comes really. It's about who turns up on the day. We'll prepare and make sure we're right mentally and physically. It'd be nice to play without that pressure of the situation we were in holding us back a bit. It'll be good for the players to be able to play and express themselves while still doing their jobs and being fully committed."7:01am 28th April 2012
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