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Plymouth Argyle Relegation Fears Still Alive
8:52am 15th April 2012
Plymouth fail to stave off relegation fears, after losing to Swindon.
Argyle went down one nil to the top of the table side.
Manager Carl Fletcher says with three games left, there is still everything to play for:
"There's no cushion, so to speak. We've just got to keep working hard, keep focussed, keep our eyes where they need to be, keep doing the right things. I mean, we're very wary that if anyone drops off, in football it sort of comes back to bite you.
"Not really too fussed from their side of things, we only focus on us. You know what we need, we need more points and that's what we're going to do and like I said, we just focus on what we need to do."
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