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Plymouth Hit The Road Hoping For Points
4:57pm 21st August 2012
Plymouth Argyle are hoping to bounce back from a disappointing start to the season.
Argyle are travelling to Dagenham and Redbridge after losing to Aldershot in their first match.
It is the first of three away matches in a row for the Pilgrims.
Manager Carl Fletcher has admitted eight days on the road is tough. He said: "Yeah, it will do, it will do. We'll have a few videos of teams and stuff to watch. Yeah, a lot of long journeys but the players are all fully aware of what we need to do and what's going on, so it should be fine.
Carl added the Pilgrims are not dwelling on Saturday's defeat: "We were obviously disappointed, you know, first home game, we wanted to give a win to the fans. But, you know, it's just the way the football goes sometimes, but if we keep putting in performances like that, then we'll be alright."
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