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Plymouth Argyle V. Northampton
7:01am 1st September 2012
Plymouth Argyle look to bounce back from disappointment in the Cup.
The Pilgrims are hosting Northampton Town on Saturday.
Last time the League Two sides met at Home Park, our lads won 4 - 1.
It comes after they lost to Burnley on Tuesday when a two hour match ended in a penalty shoot out.
Manager Carl Fletcher is staying optimistic. He said: "Every game you play, you have to kind of win the battle first, almost earn the right to keep hold of the football. Sometimes that might take twenty minutes, sometimes it may take forty-five minutes, sometimes it might take eighty minutes, do you know what I mean? That's just the way football is, you know, look forward to the game, look forward to those different challenges that come around with every game.
"There's enough people out there that are willing to knock your confidence and kick you when you're down and when things aren't going well, because that's the easy thing to do. But the hard thing to do is to be strong enough to build yourself back up again and believe in what you're trying to do and who you are and why you're doing it."
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