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Worthington remains cautious

Worthington remains cautious

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There is absolutely no chance of manager Nigel Worthington going overboard following yesterday's emphatic 4-0 victory at ten-man Plymouth Argyle.

"It's important to go on a run because we could soon find ourselves sitting in the bottom five or six otherwise" - Nigel Worthington
Hit-man Wes Fletcher scored his thirteenth goal of the season from the spot and defender John McCombe added a brace before a late Josh Carson screamer.

That was sufficient to hoist the Minstermen into eleventh place in the table - but the always diligent Worthington stressed there must be no complacency.

"It's a tight league," he warned The Press. "Thirty-nine points is good but there's a wealth of teams below us who have played two or three games less than we have done, so it's important to go on a run because we could soon find ourselves sitting in the bottom five or six otherwise and we have got to pick up where we've left off now against Southend on Saturday.

"I think we are a decent team but that`s as far as I am willing to go because it's important that feet stay on the ground and our work ethic remains the same."

Video Link: Plymouth Argyle 0 York City 4

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CITY'S LEADING HIT-MEN: WES FLETCHER 13, RYAN JARVIS 9, RYAN BOWMAN 6, JOSH CARSON 4, RYAN BROBBEL 3

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Writer:Vital York
Date:Sunday February 16 2014
Time: 1:30PM

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