JOHN Sheridan was at one with the Green Army.......when Neal Trotman’s injury-time header gave Argyle a 1-0 victory at Mansfield, their first win in eight Sky Bet League 2 matches.
Neal headed home skipper Conor Hourihane’s free-kick in front of Argyle’s travelling fans and John said: “I feel like the supporters did at the end.
“I would have been a bit down [if we had not scored] because it was 0-0 again and we hadn’t scored, but you could just see how supporters reacted, which I am well chuffed for. They have come a long way this season – every game is a long way – so to score in the last minute, the adrenalin in everyone...we haven’t had many breaks this season.
“It was a good ball from Conor. It was a set-play and Neal was in the right place at the right time, so everyone’s gone home with a little bit of a smile on their face.”
John admitted his captain had been on the receiving end of some sharp advice moments before the goal.
“He’s got a good delivery,” said John. “I was shouting at him five minutes earlier for giving a simple five-yard ball away, but I know he has got great delivery and it was a good ball.
“Neal is a threat. He could have had four or five goals this season, and I know he could do that. It’s a break for us and, believe me, I’ll take it with both hands and grab it.”