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Plymouth Argyle Suffer Fresh Defeat
7:01am 21st November 2012
The Plymouth boss is facing fresh pressure after their seventh game in a row without a win.
Argyle went down one-nil away to Bradford City on Tuesday night.
Gary Jones’ first-half strike condemned the Pilgrims.
The Bantams’ midfielder fired his side ahead inside the opening 25 minutes after Bradford had enjoyed a dominant opening period.
But from that moment on, the tide changed and Argyle started to get themselves back in the match.
The attacking duo of Nick Chadwick and Alex MacDonald combined well to create opening after opening but nothing seemed to fall for the hapless Pilgrims.
The introduction of teen striker Tyler Harvey seemed to inject further fight but in the end, that elusive equaliser was not to be.
Boss Carl Fletcher said: "That's football at the end of the day. All anyone looks at is the score. The lads have been working really hard. They've been trying to do the right things. They've been working their socks off for one another, putting their head in where it hurts, sticking to the tasks, being organised and doing their jobs."
You can hear his full thoughts on the match here...
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