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Plymouth Take On Old Boss
7:02am 29th September 2012
Plymouth Argyle prepare to welcome a familiar face back to Home Park.
The Pilgrims are playing Southend United on Saturday. They are led by former Argyle manager Paul Sturrock.
It comes after Plymouth beat Bournemouth 3-2 last weekend.
Current manager Carl Fletcher says he is focussed on securing another victory: "I think we just have to go out there and try and compete and do well, and earn the right to play first and foremost you know, we know it's going to be a real tough game. So, we're looking forward to it and looking forward to hopefully a good day.
Carl insists, even though it was Paul Sturrock who brought him to Plymouth Argyle three years ago, he is not sure what to expect from the opposition: "You know, he's got a completely different team now, it's a different area of the country, it's a different club and I'm sure he would have changed in that time as well. So, you can't read too much into those kind of things, you just have to prepare like we do, for each different game and make sure we know what we have to do ourselves."
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