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10:23, 6 FEB 2013
Jacobson linked to Shrews
Stanley may lose left-back Joe Jacobson to League Two promotion rivals Shrewsbury. The Reds have offered the 24-year-old a new contract but it’s thought the Shrews have offered him a better deal Stanley would struggle to compete with which could see the defender at the Greenhous Stadium next season.
Stanley goalscoring legend dies, aged 84
One of Accrington Stanley’s greatest ever football players has died aged 84.
Stanley in double Macclesfield raid?
Stanley have been linked with a double Macclesfield raid for striker Tyrone Barnett and midfielder Hamza Bencherif.
Coleman in link to vacant Rochdale job
Stanley boss John Coleman has been linked with yet another job – this time the one at League One Rochdale.
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Regionalised football – a good or bad idea?
One of the criteria often used to determine the most dedicated football fan is: ‘how many miles have you travelled this season?’ Well for Stanley fans who have gone to all the League Two away games – including Stevenage twice – they have roughly covered 6,240 miles.
Battle to keep Stanley squad together
John Coleman is facing a battle to keep hold of his star players as he again looks to work wonders on one of the smallest budgets in League Two.
'On Stanley, On': Time to bring Accrington anthem back to the terraces for play-off crunch match
On Stanley, On, which was written by the two members of the Observer staff became a popular chant for supporters in the 1950s and early 1960s. And the Accrington Observer has tracked down a recording of the song which was made approximately 20 years ago by local band Red Dawn and the Stanley Choir - listen to it here.
Finances are up-to-date
Stanley chief executive Rob Heys has said the wages should be up-to-date by the time the Observer went to press.
Former Stanley favourites rooting for Reds in play-off bid
Three of Accrington’s former stars are confident the Reds can win promotion to League One.
It’s time to look ahead
Ilyas Khan says he wants the club and its supporters to only look forward after the long-running takeover saga at Accrington Stanley finally came to an end.
Still a stalemate
There are no new developments in the ownership issue at Stanley with the deal between former chairman Eric Whalley, managing director Dave O’Neill and current chairman Ilyas Khan still in the hands of solictors.
We’re running risk of losing star players: Heys
Stanley chief executive Rob Heys admits that they may struggle to keep hold of their star players the longer the ownership wrangle goes on.
High hopes for Stanley future
Stanley chief executive Rob Heys says the two-year battle over who owns the club is now close to an end.
Ilyas Khan: It's crunch time in Stanley ownership battle
Ilyas Khan is cautiously hopeful that a settlement will be reached over the Accrington Stanley ownership and that the club can then go forward.
Stanley’s ownership issue to come to a head
Stanley are hoping the ownership issue will come to a head in the next week after a board meeting on Saturday.
Somebody’s not playing ball as Stanley match is called off
Accrington Stanley's match at Crown Ground on Saturday was called off at the last minute, while an amateur game on a playing field a few hundred metres away went ahead.
Stanley directors' meeting is not a crisis meeting, says chief executive Heys
Reds’ directors Ilyas Khan, Peter Marsden, Peter Shaw and Heys will come together after the Wycombe game to talk about the current financial situation at the club and next season.
Reds have a pitch battle
Work has begun on the Accrington Stanley pitch this week after the latest postponement on Saturday.
The future must be sorted - now
Chief executive Rob Heys admits it is getting harder and harder to run Accrington Stanley as long as the ownership issue remains unresolved.
Question of Reds ownership remains, says Heys
Accrington Stanley chief executive Rob Heys admitted that there was "no answer" to the question of who owns the club at this week’s fans forum.
New deals for Reds' top men
Stanley chief executive Rob Heys says the club are determined to sign up their top players to new contracts to avoid a repeat of last year’s Michael Symes saga.
Back the play-off bid
Accrington Stanley are hoping their new campaign can reconnect them with fans and push them to the next level.
Craney’s fight to stay at Stanley
Stanley face a battle to keep Ian Craney at the Crown Ground after his loan spell was up on Monday.
We will survive cold snap: Heys
Stanley chief executive Rob Heys admits that the postponements of possibly three home games could cost the club £50,000 – but that the lack of finances won’t mean a repeat of 2009 when the club almost went bust.