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Argyle Manager News
3:02pm 30th April 2013
It looks like John Sheridan will stay on as Plymouth Argyle's manager.
The club says a deal has been agreed in principle and should be finalised within a few days.
The gaffer will start by looking at players and the squad.
Speaking after the Pilgrims escaped relegation by the skin of their teeth at the weekend, John Sheridan said he thinks the squad should be pushing for promotion next season: "Look, I've done what I've come to do and the chairman and whoever's given me the opportunity to come and manage. From day one they've been top draw so obviously now I've done what I've had to do and we know where we are; I can sit down and talk now.
"I'm happy here and if I stay and we get things sorted out, I think I can do really well here."
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