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LISTEN: Sheridan Blames Himself For Argyle Defeat
5:59am 17th September 2014
A despondent John Sheridan says he is to blame for Plymouth's first home defeat of the season.
Argyle went down 1-0 to Wycombe.
One of the Pilgrims' attackers had to pull out just before kick off, after his other half gave birth to a baby boy.
But the gaffer reckons he picked the wrong team: "I told them Saturday, if you can get results in these next three games you could find yourself in the top four or five.
"If they really believed that, I don't know. All I can do is try to give them that confidence that we can get into the top four or five - but not the way we played tonight.
"It was a poor team performance but I picked the team, I'm the manager and I probably picked the wrong team.
"I thought we were going to win the game with the team I picked. I was fully confident, but no excuses."
You can hear the full interview with John Sheridan here...
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