New Plymouth Argyle manager, John Sheridan, has taken his first training session with the players. The former Republic of Ireland international was appointed to the role on Sunday.
The 46 year old replaces Carl Fletcher who was sacked after defeat at Bristol Rovers on New Year's Day. Sheridan had been out of management since losing his job as Chesterfield boss in August 2012.
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