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Jamie Fullarton focuses on positives from Accrington game ahead of Plymouth trip

Joe Jones

Notts County manager Jamie Fullarton has decided to focus on the positives from his side’s game at Accrington Stanley as they travel to Plymouth Argyle at the weekend.

The Magpies were beaten 3-2 at the Crown Ground in midweek, though their performance was arguably better than the one that saw them lose at home to Leyton Orient last weekend.

Despite upheaval off the pitch, with Ray Trew stepping down as chairman and putting the club up for sale, the Scot will be attempting to ensure his squad's focus remains firmly on the football.

"I think you have got to have a combination of results with performance and we've got to strive to have both," said Fullarton.

"As you can tell I'm never happy not winning the game, but there is a token of positivity to come from the performance and particularly against a team that is in the top three in the league.

“Obviously [Accrington] are in the league position that they are because of what they've done over the course of the season.

"For us to go there and give ourselves an uphill task, being 2-0 down at half-time, I thought our reaction was a positive one and something that we'll take from the game.

"Obviously when we're 3-2 down and got momentum, and playing with that belief, we're looking to get something from a game, which we felt on the second half we should have."

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