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10:21, 6 FEB 2013
Semi spot for Accross
The Accrington & Rossendale College (Accross) Boys Football Academy are into the last four of the ESFA Cup – the FA Cup for colleges and schools – for the first time.
Review: Coleman continues to help Reds move on up
As 2010 began, the mood around Accrington Stanley was one of optimism.
Joe aims to kick start his career
Stanley's on-loan full-back Joe Jacobson could be forgiven for thinking he’d upset a higher authority in the last 18 months.
Port Vale 1 Accrington Stanley 0
Stanley should have been celebrating a last gasp goal to keep them in the FA Cup, another bite at the cherry in a replay, a chance of £27,000 in prize money and a local derby in round three against Burnley.
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Deals in the pipeline for Stanley trio
Stanley are closing in on deals to keep Jimmy Ryan, Ray Putterill and Andy Parkinson at the Crown Ground.
It's a Long story for Kevin
Accrington's on-loan defender Kevin Long has put his Reds first-day from Hell behind him, after agreeing to stay with the club for a further three weeks.
Accrington Stanley 3 Oldham Athletic 2
John Coleman will be implementing more sessions in the lashing down rain after it helped Stanley to their FA Cup win over League One Oldham on Saturday.
FA Cup is a welcome break
Terry Gornell is out to score a goal that will mean something tomorrow as Stanley kick off their FA¿Cup campaign against League One side Oldham.
FA Cup home tie is all we could ask for: Procter
Accrington Stanley captain Andy Procter has welcomed a home draw in the FA¿Cup and knows League One Oldham are beatable.
Stanley prepare for biggest match ever
Cup fever is the talk of Accring-toon, with Stanley’s Carling Cup clash with Premier League Newcastle United just five days away.
Stanley's plum Newcastle tie set to be live on Sky
Accrington Stanley's Carling Cup second round clash with Newcastle has been pencilled in for Wednesday 25 August, live on Sky.
Surreal ecstasy for Brett Ormerod
Brett Ormerod can sum up the day he won his team promotion to the Premier League in one word: surreal.
‘Pool striker Brett’s factoring in a win
Despite having an FA¿Cup final appearance on his CV, former Accrington Stanley star Brett Ormerod says he is facing the biggest game of his career tomorrow.
Fans’ views of the Premiership season
Our columnists on Blackburn Rovers' and Burnley's Premiership fortunes ...
Accrington Stanley 0 Burton Albion 2
"I hate losing – especially to Burton," said one Stanley fan as he dejectedly trooped off in the driving rain on Tuesday night.
Sorry says Coley
Accrington manager John Coleman issued an apology to the Stanley supporters who witnessed his side play ‘like a shadow of themselves’ in the heavy defeat at Northampton on Tuesday night.
Brown’s FA Cup dream
Former Accrington Girls and Ladies goalkeeper Rachel Brown was hoping to lead Everton to the Women's Premier League Cup final at Rochdale last night.
Shrewsbury Town 0 Accrington Stanley 1
DARRAN Kempson will be the first to admit that his sending off against Fulham was one of the low points in his career. So the defender had to bounce back - and what better way than to beat your former club and make sure their star striker is in your pocket to bury the FA Cup ghost and boost Stanley’s play-off charge.
Stanley don't get shirty
WHEN Premiership star Erik Nevland offered to swap shirts with Stanley player Phil Edwards, the Fulham frontman had to leave the pitch bare chested.
A ticket to survival, but will David slay Goliath?
CUP fever has been overflowing this week ahead of what's been dubbed the biggest football match in Accrington's history.
Let's have a Ful house
STANLEY boss John Coleman says Premier League money bags Fulham hold no fear for his League Two side as Accrington looks set to go FA Cup crazy tomorrow.
Cash can bring more good times
STANLEY manager John Coleman is hoping for a spot of deja vu.
Miles strike brings Stanley smiles
JOHN Miles’ winning goal against Gillingham might have been worth £100,000 to Accrington Stanley but to the winger it was priceless.