We did enough to win - Sturrock

27 April 2009 10:57
Plymouth Argyle manager Paul Sturrock was left rueing a string of missed opportunities after his side drew 0-0 away at QPR on Saturday.The result means Plymouth are still not assured of a place in the Championship next season with one game left to play. [LNB]"We're all gutted because we created seven or eight decent chances today and not taken any of them," he told BBC Radio Devon. [LNB]"Our goalies not had a save really and we played very competently." [LNB]Plymouth now face Barnsley at home in the final game of the season where a win or draw would guarantee them Championship survival. [LNB]But Sturrock knows the Pilgrims home form has been lacklustre this season.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] emp_load.getEmpEmbeddedParams("emp_8020485");"Away from home this season we've been excellent but we've got to go and do the business at Home Park now. [LNB]"It's such a disappointment to me how we've played at home, it's really put us in this area of the league," he added. [LNB]"Had we had mediocre home form this year we would have been sitting pretty."

Source: BBC_Sport