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7:00am 15th December 2012
Plymouth Argyle prepare for their Devon derby with Exeter.
The Pilgrims are fresh from their first win in ten games.
Boss Carl Fletcher reckons grabbing that was pretty ironic:
“We didn’t pay as well as we have done in the previous 6 – 7 weeks so to get the win was great, to get the clean sheet as well. Just had a bit of the rub of the green where goals went in for us so we’re pleased to go back into it and confidence is obviously high so we’re working hard to go into the game.
“It’ll be hostile to say the least but we’re looking forward to it, it should be a good game to play in, it’s a derby game so lots of atmosphere, a big crowd in. For us it’s just about concentrating and making sure we do the right things, like we would in any game, but knowing the back of our minds that it is a derby and it means a lot to people in this area, so we’ve got to go out there and make sure we’re spot on.”7:00am 15th December 2012
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