The Reds' team included ex-Wigan player Peter Moore, Ray Shearwood, former Stockport defender Craig Flowers and ex-Everton trainee Scott Phelan but none of them will be offered deals at the Fraser Eagle Stadium.
"You have got to make decisions and you have got to give them every chance to impress," said the Reds’ boss.
"Peter Moore was unfortunate as he was the pick of the bunch. In another set of circumstances we would probably be offering him a contract but, as it stands, we are not in a position to do that. We need to get people in positions we need them in."
Goalkeeper Ian Dunbavin captained the side on Tuesday night with the only other Stanley players the ones who signed professional contracts last season - Jay Bell, Peter Murphy, Andy Smith and Chris Turner - alongside trialists.
And Dunbavin did well to dive low and keep out a Tony Evans penalty in the first half after Murphy had fouled the striker following a loose back pass by Bell.
The Conference North side made the better chances although Chris Coward, a former Stockport striker, wasted a couple of chances for the Reds.
But Stanley took the lead on 44 minutes when Frenchman Nick Gkioni fired low into the net from Mous Jahrow’s cross.
They couldn’t hold onto it after the break though when ex-Preston striker Allan Smart got the better of the young defence in Bell and Murphy and chipped the ball over Dunbavin for the equaliser on 60 minutes.
And a clever flick by Chris Amadi made it two on 80 minutes before Michael Grogan had a free header in injury time to give the Conference North side the win.
"Bavs was impressive although he will be disappointed with the third goal," added Coleman.
STANLEY: Dunbavin, Flowers, Shearwood, Murphy, Phelan, Oumara, Moore, Bell, Coward, Gkioni, Jahron. Subs: Turner, Smith