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Plymouth Argyle Running Out of Time
7:02am 13th March 2013
Plymouth Argyle are still in the drop zone after grinding out a goalless draw with Bradford City.
It means they have not scored at home in four out of five of their last games.
So, a point won or two lost?
Time will tell, of course, but, in the immediate term the result does relatively little harm to their current position, parlous as it is.
They lost ground on only one of their relegation rivals – Wimbledon – and took themselves off the bottom of League 2, but failed to make any significant gain and remain in the bottom two.
Jason Banton was again the Pilgrims’ most potent weapon, clattering the post just after the interval, but Bradford also hit the woodwork, and Argyle’s Jake Cole was by far the busier of the two goalkeepers.
Hear the thoughts of Pilgrims boss John Sheridan here...
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