McCarthy won't take Argyle lightly

26 February 2009 02:16
The leaders, struggling themselves of late, will come up against a Pilgrims side who have not won for 10 games and lie just two places and three points above the drop zone.[LNB]But McCarthy insists is he not expecting an easy ride from Paul Sturrock's men.[LNB]"Don't even suggest Plymouth is an easy game," he told the club's official website. "Look at it this way. There's a greyhound going through a field and he sees a rabbit. The rabbit starts running. The greyhound fancies a bit of snap but the rabbit fancies his life. Who runs the hardest? The rabbit, absolutely. That's been my view on life.[LNB]"If you're fighting to survive, like Plymouth are in this league, and they're on about sacking the manager, changing players around - it's supposedly desperation stakes there.[LNB]"People fighting for survival are not easy to play against. We're going to have to play equally as well as we did on Sunday and it might be a harder game than Cardiff, just like Norwich was, or Doncaster."[LNB][LNB]

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