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LISTEN: Another Defeat for Plymouth Argyle...
6:24am 26th November 2012
Plymouth Argyle now have a total of six defeats in their last seven games.
They went down one-nil to Chesterfield at Home Park on Saturday after failing to convert a string of chances.
Under pressure boss Carl Fletcher has told Pirate FM his team did everything right - but score.
Argyle created a torrent of scoring opportunities against opponents in a fixture that has a recent tradition of similar, but failed to take one.
The Spireites, alternatively, were not so prolific, but much more deadly, and Marc Richards’ goal midway through the second half inflicted defeat on a Pilgrims side that has now not won for eight matches.
They might have found a way back in to the match had not the officials missed a blatant and obvious late handball by Chesterfield defender Nathan Smith as they strove manfully for an equaliser which would have been the least of their deserts.
You can hear Carl Fletcher's thoughts after the latest defeat here...
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