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Argyle Suffer Another Defeat

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 9:44am 11th August 2013

Plymouth Argyle have lost their first home league match of the season two-nil.

Two early goals from Fleetwood proved hard to claw back.

That makes it three defeats on the trot for the Pilgrims.

Gaffer John Sheridan admitted to Pirate FM things are not going to plan: "I'll take a bit of responsibility. I picked the team. They're my players so it's up to me now to try and lift them and try and get results, because for the first home game of the season I didn't expect that. We need to vastly improve, even at this early stage of the season because it's just not good enough.

"They've hit two goals against the run of play and I just think it knocked us back really badly. I just don't think we responded after the two goals and full credit to Fleetwood. We just weren't switched on and they kept causing us problems, but that was our own doing."




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