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Plymouth Back In Drop Zone After Defeat
5:50am 12th March 2012
(Updated 5:50am 12th March 2012)
Plymouth Argyle's manager is calling for improvements after they slumped to defeat against Rotherham.
The Pilgrims are back in the National League Two relegation zone, after a second half penalty.
The final scoreline was one - nil.
Gaffer Carl Fletcher sez it isn't good enough: "We were no good, and that's the be all and end all. I understand you're not going to play well in every game, but you've still got to do the basics right. You know, if you give it your best, and tried everything you can do and you still get beat, then you know, it's fair enough. We didn't give ourselves a chance because we didn't do the right things.
"Some days, you just have it like that. It could be a number of reasons, who knows? I think if we all knew that reason, then we'd do something about it. But we'll dust ourselves down and get ready to go again on Monday. We've still got ten games left, thirty points to play for, so we'll go again."5:50am 12th March 2012
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