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LISTEN: Argyle Boss Admits He Is Feeling Pressure

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 7:01am 23rd October 2013.

The Plymouth Argyle boss admits his job could be on the line if he can not start winning games.

The Pilgrims ground out a goalless draw against Newport last night.

But it means eight matches without a win.

Argyle’s first meeting with Newport County in 28 years ended honours even in a dour 0-0 draw at Home Park..

In the end, a point each was a fair result with neither side able to muster enough to win the match.

Argyle best chance fell to the recalled Lewis Alessandra who was unlucky to see his first-half effort well saved by Exiles’ ‘keeper Lenny Pidgeley.

Meanwhile, former Pilgrim Chris Zebroski came closest to scoring for Newport, but hopelessly mis-fired with the goal at his mercy.

Boss John Sheridan said: "We're just finding it very hard to score a goal.

"People are getting sick of me now, because I'm saying the same old thing. I'm repeating myself. I'm getting tired of saying the same old thing.

"We need to sort it out - and sort it out quickly."

You can hear the gaffer's full thoughts here...

 

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