Plymouth Argyle face new battle to stay up
MANAGER Carl Fletcher has admitted Argyle are facing another fight against relegation as they enter 2013.
The 20th-placed Pilgrims have won only five of their 25 games in League Two this season.
The 1-0 defeat by Wycombe Wanderers at Home Park on Saturday was their 11th of the campaign.
It leaves them five points clear of the relegation zone, but Argyle have played a couple of more matches than the bottom two of Bristol Rovers and AFC Wimbledon.
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The Pilgrims narrowly avoided dropping out of the Football League last term and another struggle for survival is on the cards.
Asked whether Argyle were in a relegation battle, Fletcher (pictured top) replied: "Yes, definitely, as it stands.
"With our performances we shouldn't be anywhere near where we are, but you have to deal with the situation thrown at you.
"It's obviously disappointing not to get the result today because we have been on a good run. We will just get on with it."
Wycombe's winning goal came from striker Matt McClure as early as the 11th minute.
Fletcher said: "I think we dominated 90 per cent of the game. They (Wycombe) had one chance and scored."
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