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Injury Hit Argyle in Trophy Action

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3:48pm 9th October 2012

Injury worries for Plymouth Argyle as they face Aldershot in the Johnson's Paint Trophy.

 

The Pilgrims are down four players for Tuesday's home game.

 

The Pilgrims are hoping for a big crowd for the match.

 

Gaffer Carl Fletcher said:

 

“In a lot of the games there’s a lull and it’s hard to keep the atmosphere going and it’s down to the players to do that. But it’s another game and a game that we’ve got an opportunity to go out and put in a good performance”

 

“We’re down to bare bones really. It’s obviously the Johnson’s Paint and we’re taking it really seriously, so this couldn’t have come at a worse time for us.

3:48pm 9th October 2012

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