John Sheridan won't stand for red card behaviour at Plymouth Argyle
NEW manager John Sheridan is determined to make sure Argyle cut out the red cards they have been picking up.
The Pilgrims did not have anyone sent-off in their first 18 competitive matches this season.
However, Argyle have had five players dismissed in the last 14 games.
The most recent was striker Nick Chadwick, who was red-carded for violent conduct in the first half of the 4-0 defeat away to title-chasing Port Vale last Saturday.
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Sheridan admitted he was alarmed by Argyle's disciplinary problems.
He said: "That is a big concern and it won't be something I stand for.
"We need players on the pitch. It's not good enough. Until I looked at it (the red card record), I didn't realise it was as bad it was.
"We need every player available, especially where we are now in the league. It has got to be sorted out."