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Plymouth Boss "Disappointed" After Draw
7:44am 19th September 2012
(Updated 7:44am 19th September 2012)
Plymouth boss Carl Fletcher is warning his team they need to perform better, after drawing one-all with Bristol Rovers.
Conor Hourihane scored for Argyle ten minutes before half-time, striking the ball home from all of 25 yards.
But in the second-half, the Pirates rallied and levelled proceedings through centre-back Tom Parkes.
Despite the point, Fletcher was not pleased with the performance and will look for an improvement when the Piglrims meet Morecambe on Saturday.
He said: "After taking the lead it's disappointing not to get all three points but we wasn't where we needed to be tonight and it just didn't have that little bit of spark. Those kinds of games happen for whatever reason and we'll take what we've got from it and move on to Saturday."
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