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Argyle V. Hereford

Argyle V. Hereford

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 7:01am 17th December 2011.

Can Plymouth Argyle stay off the bottom of the league?

The question as the Pilgrims welcome Hereford.

For the first time this season, they moved up a place last week after that 1-1 draw with Bradford.

Manager Carl Fletcher says these next few weeks are busy: "There's lots of games over Christmas so it's a chance for us to get lots of points on the board. We know it's going to be tough. The last couple of games have been really tough. Teams around us, that has a big impact on our season so we're looking to work hard every day to make sure we have the best chance of getting the performance and a result".

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