Pilgrims earn Luggy backing

05 October 2008 04:21
Plymouth Argyle boss Paul Sturrock was full of praise for his side after they swept Sheffield Wednesday aside 4-0 at Home Park. An own goal and strikes from Paul Gallagher, Jamie Mackie and Marcel Seip gave Argyle a comfortable victory and made it 13 points from a possible 15 from their last five games. Sturrock told the club's official website: "I am delighted. Players take a lot of criticism over the piece, but this time they should get a lot of praise. "Our discipline, work ethic and fantastic attitude all showed what you can achieve with those ingredients in your team. "I have only had one personnel change over the last five games, which shows how the players have responded. "I pre-warned the players that results would keep them their jersey and they responded properly, and were appreciative of the opportunity. "They realise now that if they can keep winning football games, they keep their jerseys."

Source: ESA