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13:48, 14 FEB 2013
Accrington Stanley 1 Blackburn Rovers 0
When you are trying to impress on trial, it’s always nice to get a helping hand. That’s just what former England keeper Paul Robinson gave Brian Smikle as the Rovers keeper fumbled the trialist’s header to give Stanley victory over the Championship side.
Accrington and Rossendale College
Cook hoping for a Liddle bit of luck
Accrington Stanley boss Paul Cook is hoping to bring Michael Liddle back to the club on a permanent basis.
Dean Winnard glad to be back in action
Dean Winnard is determined to be fit for the opening League Two fixture at Southend on August 18.
Clark signs up for Stanley but striker Ormerod opts for Wrexham
Paul Cook has added a fifth new signing to his Stanley squad in Luke Clark – but admitted he was disappointed to miss out on Brett Ormerod.
Football League Cup
Luke Joyce: Money doesn’t always bring success
Stanley’s Luke Joyce says it doesn’t matter that some League Two clubs are splashing the cash as it is no guarantee of success.
Big season for Hatfield as he signs new Stanley deal
Will Hatfield says it’s a massive season for him after signing a one-year deal with the Reds.
Reds set to fend off Rochdale for Dean Winnard
Accrington Stanley are poised for a battle to keep defender Dean Winnard over the summer – and have not ruled out a Brett Ormerod return.
New blood the aim for Stanley
Stanley's drive to bring in new blood for next season is continuing apace.
Decision time for Stanley stars
Stanley manager Paul Cook is off on a scouting mission to Ireland at the weekend – and expects to know who is staying at the Crown Ground on his return.
Accrington Stanley 0 Crawley 1
As celebrations go, Crawley’s was a good one – but Stanley fans still didn’t want to be witnessing it.
Trio sign up as Stanley look forward
Three more players have this week signed up to Accrington Stanley’s cause next season – and the Reds expect more in the next week.
Heys: Plans are in place for new campaign
Chief executive Rob Heys says it’s all go for next season as Paul Cook begins to puts his plans in place.
Cheltenham 4 Accrington Stanley 1
Paul Cook has promised entertaining football next season and he admits that means goals will go in at both ends.
Accrington Stanley FC
New deals on the table at Stanley
Stanley chief executive Rob Heys expects boss Paul Cook to offer new contracts to players within the next few weeks – and release those he doesn’t want at the Crown Ground for next season.
Accrington Stanley's Luke Joyce: Look how far we've come
Luke Joyce admitted things are changing at Accrington Stanley – and he expects to see the rewards next season.
Accrington Stanley 2 AFC Wimbledon 1
As Paul Cook looks towards next season, he has admitted that Will Hatfield will be a piece of his jigsaw in his first full season as Reds boss.
Accrington Stanley 0 Oxford United 2
If Saturday’s defeat at Dagenham left Paul Cook frustrated, Tuesday’s 2-0 loss at home to Oxford United at least went some way towards appeasing the Stanley boss.
Toto thanks Cook for the good life
Toto Nsiala admits life is good under Paul Cook who ‘makes you feel like you are the best player in the world.’
Accrington Stanley 2 Northampton 1
Craig Lindfield admitted he went from a massive low to a huge high in 24 hours over the weekend.
Accrington Stanley 2 Port Vale 2
Last-gasp hero Will Hatfield admitted the bench celebrated Stanley’s opening goal like they had won the World Cup – it meant that much.
Talk is way forward for new boss Leam
Leam Richardson admitted the transition from player to manager is a tricky one – but he doesn’t intend to be a ‘gaffer’ who dishes out the hairdryer treatment too often.
Stanley players: Give the job to Leam Richardson
The Accrington players are backing Leam Richardson as permanent Stanley manager.
Long out, Toto in for Stanley
Stanley look set to lose the services of Kevin Long and have moved swiftly to bring in another defender. Long, 21, has been a hit for the Reds this season but, with his loan spell up this week, he has returned to training with parent club Burnley with Eddie Howe keen to have a look at the centre half.
Keeping loan stars is key for Coleman
John Coleman is hoping he can keep his in-form team together. The Reds made it four league wins on the bounce with a 2-1 Boxing Day victory over local rivals Morecambe and have moved to within five points of the play-offs.