Wolves win the turning point - Luggy

28 April 2009 05:51
Paul Gallagher's opening minute winner at Wolves at the end of February ended a nine-match run without a league win for Sturrock's side.[LNB]The Argyle boss admitted: "I never thought I would taste the bad run we had, that spell was gut-wrenching, but in the end we went to Wolves and came out of it with a 1-0 result.[LNB]"From Wolves onwards we have been reasonably competitive.[LNB]"It's a difficult league. Quite a few sides have had bad spells and the nature of the league is that everybody seems capable of beating everyone else on their day."[LNB]Argyle have lost just once in their last five league matches ahead of Sunday's final game at home to Barnsley and Sturrock could not be happier.[LNB]He added: "Obviously I am delighted that we are in this league for another season.[LNB]"I think I pre-warned most people at the start of the season just how difficult this season was going to be.[LNB]"What I have found out is that moulding a team in this league is the most difficult thing to do."[LNB][LNB]

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