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Fans Urged to Get Behind Argyle
7:01am 5th November 2011
The Plymouth boss is calling on fans to support them, in their first match since escaping administration.
Argyle take on Morecambe at Home Park.
It is also Carl Fletcher's first game as full time manager.
He is hoping the crowd helps mark the moment:
“I think a lot of people stayed away because of the situation with the administrators. Hopefully they'll come and get their bums on the seats and get behind the lads because there's been a really good bond between the players and the fans in recent times and we want to keep that going"
“We understand it's our responsibility to give them something to shout about. Hopefully we can do that. But, if we're ever going to achieve anything here or do anything of note, it's got to be everyone all together"7:01am 5th November 2011
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