No more ugly football - Brent

Plymouth chairman James Brent has promised Argyle fans their side is likely to play a more attractive style of football next season.

Last Updated: 12/06/12 at 15:28

Brent: Style will change

Brent: Style will change

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Brent, who took the League Two club out of administration in October, admitted his only priority was to secure enough points to prevent the club from slipping out of the Football League and appreciates the quality of football suffered as a result.

"The team played an ugly type of football that I take total responsibility for," he told The Herald.

"The three main objectives were to keep us out of the Conference, keep us out of the Conference and keep us out of the Conference."

Brent added manager Carl Fletcher will now instil his own beliefs on how his side should play.

"I have no doubt we will be playing more attractive football next season," Brent said. "Carl likes watching attractive football and he likes playing attractive football. We will be starting with a full pre-season and Carl should be, with the help of that, providing enjoyable football."

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