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Plymouth Argyle vs. Aldershot
7:01am 31st December 2011
Plymouth Argyle try to extend their five game unbeaten run.
They take on Aldershot later before facing Torquay on Monday.
Boss Carl Fletcher admits it is a busy time:
"We've got to make sure that we concentrate on Aldershot first and know what we got to do and prepare properly for that one. Obviously we've only got the one day between that and Torquay. We've got to make sure that the lads are rested right and they're physically and mentally ready to go again in a day’s time"
“We like to prepare well for every team we play and never like to look past the game so to speak. The most important one is the next one. So, it's going to be quite tough from our point of view as the staff, trying to get everything ready"
Fletcher is hinting he could bring in some new talent during the January transfer window.
But he says he could not wish for a better team:
"There's a long way to go in the season and a lot of hard work and a lot of ups and downs along the way. But we're trying not to get too down with the defeats and too over the top with the victories. The lads are working really hard and deserve a lot of credit, they're putting in the time and the effort and the work rate"
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