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FOOTBALL: Plymouth Argyle in FA Cup Action

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7:02am 9th November 2013


Plymouth Argyle launch their FA Cup campaign.

They travel to Lincoln on Saturday, who are thirteenth in the football conference.

Pilgrims boss John Sheridan does not think that matters: "They're a non-league team but I don't look at it like that. I expect a very tough game. When you're playing a non-league team, for some reason, they always 15-20 % raise their game and that's just the way the FA Cup is. There'll be a few upsets on Saturday and we've just got to make sure ours isn't one of them."

He laid out his FA Cup plan to Pirate FM: "I think the attraction of just trying to possibly get through the early rounds and financially get a bit of money and then being lucky enough to draw a big team at home and hopefully just try and make a bit of money. I think you've got to be realistic, I don't think we're going to win it but I think we just go as far as we can and see what happens."

7:02am 9th November 2013

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