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Berry Good

12 August 2013

JOHN Sheridan is not typically one for singling out his players for specific criticism or praise, but he bucked that trend after seeing Argyle fall to a third defeat of the season against Fleetwood.

Durrell Berry has played all 300 minutes of Argyle’s season, and the manager declared himself to be very pleased with his right-back’s contribution thus far.

“Durrell has started the season really well,” said John, after the 2-0- home defeat. “I’ll pick him out, which I don’t usually do, but he is the one that is playing at a level which I expect the other players to be doing.

“He’s on the front foot; he’s doing his job; and is in people’s faces. He’s played against their best player [Junior Brown] today and he’s kept him quiet. He’s done his job, and that’s what I expect. That’s what he has done in every game he has played.

“Even at Southend, where there weren’t many plusses, I think he was one of them. He’s giving me a seven or eight out of ten, and I need six of seven of them. If we do that, we’ll pick results up.”


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