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14:30, 12 FEB 2013
Port Vale 3 Stanley 0
Boss Leam Richardson knew his side had a mountain to climb when he saw the ref flourish an early red card
No fear for us: Joyce
Luke Joyce says that League Two title chasers Port Vale hold no fear for the Reds. Stanley face a torrid month against the top teams with, after second-placed Vale on Saturday, Southend, Exeter and Cheltenham next up.
Leam: Seven wins for safety for Stanley
Stanley boss Leam Richardson has targeted seven wins for League Two safety – starting with tomorrow’s cut-price six pointer against AFC Wimbledon.
Accrington Stanley 0 Wycombe 2
Leam Richardson said he is not a ranter and raver – but it was no more ‘Mr Nice Guy’ after Saturday’s lacklustre loss to Wycombe.
Striker pays tribute to ‘classy’ Reds
Billy Kee said he thought Stanley showed plenty of class – but felt his Burton side deserved their win on Sunday.
Accrington Stanley FC
Burton Albion 1 Accrington Stanley 0
The overriding feeling as the Reds fans left the Pirelli Stadium on Sunday was frustration.
Reds want a bit of FA Cup magic
Stanley boss Leam Richardson knows how important £27,000 could be to a club like Accrington.
Accrington Stanley 1 Gillingham 1
Padraig Amond said it’s all about being patient and seizing your chance – and he did just that against the league leaders on Saturday.
Competition for places hots up as Stanley take on league leaders
Leam Richardson knows it could get shirty at Accrington – and he doesn’t mind one bit.
Fleetwood 1 Accrington Stanley 3
James Beattie said he had let his football do the talking on Tuesday night – and few could argue with that.
Accrington Stanley 1 Bristol Rovers 0
Rommy Boco admitted the Reds needed that win on Saturday – no matter what happens in the future.
Mission incomplete: Paul Cook leaving Stanley job half-finished by opting for Chesterfield
Paul Cook would have wanted to sign off his short Stanley managerial career in style on Tuesday but a former trialist returned to haunt the Reds.
We must learn from defeat says Stanley skipper
Accrington Stanley captain Luke Joyce is urging his team-mates to put their defeat at Torquay behind them as they prepare for a busy week in League Two.
Rochdale boss John Coleman says it's 'strange' to be returning to Accrington Stanley
John Coleman admitted it will be ‘strange’ coming back to Accrington Stanley.
AFC Wimbledon 1 Accrington Stanley 2
Peter Murphy’s decisive goal was worth the entrance fee alone for the 117 Stanley fans who made the long trip to Kingsmeadow.
Accrington Stanley 1 Aldershot 0
Stanley assistant manager Leam Richardson believes what goes around, comes around and he felt the Reds got their just desserts on Saturday.
Cheltenham 0 Accrington Stanley 3
While others were doubting the Reds in pre-season, Mark Yates tipped Stanley as a team to watch out for.
Accrington Stanley 3 Exeter 0
Exeter boss Paul Tisdale insists Stanley will surprise a few teams at the Crown Ground – but Reds manager Paul Cook had no complaints as they suffered their first League Two loss of the campaign.
Football League Cup
Southend 0 Accrington Stanley 1
Karl Sheppard said he isn’t too hot on goal celebrations – but he won’t work on it as it’s only the goals that are important.
Accrington Stanley 2 Port Vale 0
There was tough competition but James Gray was the happiest man in the Crown Ground on Tuesday night.
Football League Cup
Carlisle 1 Accrington Stanley 0
One assessment from a Carlisle fan at half-time – ‘Stanley look a capable team but lack a cutting edge.’
‘Veteran’ Amond is happy at Accy
Padraig Amond is a bit dismayed he is one of the ‘old men’ of the Stanley team – but is predicting success for the Reds’ young squad.
New-look Reds have plenty of promise
Luke Joyce says the current Accrington Stanley team hold ‘plenty of promise’ with the season opener just eight days away.
Taste of what’s to come from Miller
George Miller offered a taste of what hopefully is to come with a wonder goal against Scottish Premier League side St Mirren.