Sheridan: Pilgrims too quiet
John Sheridan wishes his Plymouth players would argue with him, just so he can see if they care.
The Argyle boss admitted his frustration that the dressing room was silent after their 2-1 loss to AFC Wimbledon and he has called on his squad to find their voice.
"We are so quiet, and I really do think that's the biggest problem we've got," he told the club's official website.
"I wish three or four of them would have an argument with me and show me they care. I ask them the question after the game and no-one says a word.
"I haven't got a problem with any of the players. They're a really good group of players but I would like four or five of them to have an argument with me after the game. We are so quiet as a group.
"I like people with an opinion and even if they're arguing with another player I respect that because it shows they care."