Date: 13th September 2008 at 11:58pm
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Plymouth boss Paul Sturrock admitted after he’d made a mistake in his team selection after the Canaries outplayed his Pilgrims side at Home Park on Saturday.

Speaking to the BBC, Sturrock said: ‘At the end of the day sometimes you make mistakes with selections and in hindsight it is easy to see that I did that today. I hold my hand up.

‘I am seeking honesty from my players and some of them are not giving me that and they have been told that in there. I called all the players in and told them that – and that, out there today, was not good enough.

‘You are hopeful that their character and their attitude and will match your own, and your desire to win, but I have got two or three who I don’t believe are equal to that task.’

It’s all a big change from the same fixture last season when it was Glenn Roeder reading the riot act to his players.