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Plymouth Face Final Match of Season
7:02am 5th May 2012
The Plymouth boss admits it has been the toughest season he's ever been involved in.
They face Cheltenham later - having escaped both relegation and administration.
After the match, this year’s Player and Young Player of the Season will be presented with their trophies in front of the Home Park crowd.
Fletch is without Darren Purse (toe), Simon Walton (shoulder) and Nick Chadwick (knee), so may look to involve Matt Lecointe and Jared Sims, both of whom have recently signed their first professional contract.
He said, "In terms of the whole season and where we are I think it is a big release of pressure, especially after we knew we were safe. But where the club has come from and where we are now is a fantastic achievement."7:02am 5th May 2012
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