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10 January 2015

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ARGYLE may have failed to win away to 10 man York City last weekend...

...but there was still one positive for the Green Army to take away from that game - their skipper is back in action.

Last week saw the return of Curtis Nelson, and the captain did his job in the defence to ensure that Argyle kept their 13th clean sheet this season.

Nelson was injured in the 3-2 victory at Northampton on December 13, dislocating his elbow in the closing stages. He also could see the silver lining from the 0-0 draw to York last Saturday.

He said: “Obviously it’s always frustrating if you’re not in the team. It doesn’t matter if you’re injured or on the bench, everyone just wants to play football, so it’s as frustrating for everyone else.

“Obviously we didn’t do well (at York) - and the gaffer has pointed that out well - but end of the day we got a point, and we kept a clean sheet.

“It’s a small positive we can take away from it. We want to be going and beating a 10-man side, but we’ve obviously got to learn from that and go from there.”

"As a group we’ve watched the videos and seen where we’ve gone wrong.

“We’ve looked at things that we can do differently next time, and things that we need to address in training. We know what we’ve done wrong, and we can move on from that.”

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