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10:20, 6 FEB 2013
Stanley fan give three-year ban from matches
An Accrington Stanley fan has vowed to appeal after becoming the first fan of the club to receive a football banning order.
Reds resign from Trophy
Stanley chief executive Rob Heys admitted the Reds had sympathy from various bodies but had no choice but to resign from the Johnstone’s Paint¿Trophy.
Plans for a community club ongoing
Ilyas Khan has explained his silence over the last few weeks over the plans for Accrington Stanley to be run as a community club.
Coleman signs on with Stanley until 2015
John Coleman insists that signing a new four-and-a-half year deal at Stanley was not a knee-jerk reaction to Lincoln City’s interest in him and he always knew the contract would be signed.
Stanley wait for FA hearing
Stanley's Johnstone’s Paint Trophy home clash with Stockport next Tuesday has been postponed while the Reds’ future in the competition is sorted out.
Farewell to a true king of the terraces
Accrington crematorium was a sea of red as hundreds paid their respects to terrace legend Antony Cox last Friday.
Stop the war of words says Heys
Chief executive Rob Heys has called for an end to the war of words raging behind the scenes at Accrington Stanley FC.
Ilyas Khan sets out vision for Stanley's future
More than 60 people attended the first meeting of the Accrington Stanley Community Ownership group, hosted by Ilyas Khan on Tuesday evening.
Football League Cup
Stanley fan who threw till roll escapes a ban
An 18-year-old escaped being banned from watching his beloved Accrington Stanley despite throwing a till roll on to the pitch during a match.
Tragic death of Stanley terrace legend
Accrington Stanley fans have paid tribute to a popular supporter who was killed on a railway line. Fans, players and staff at the club have led the tributes to Antony Cox from Oswaldtwistle, calling him a ‘terrace legend’.
Stanley pocket £200,000 from Sky big match
Stanley's big day proved to be a real money-spinner for the club.
Confusion over O’Neill's future on Stanley board
A war of words has broken out at Accrington Stanley Football Club following an ‘emotional’ board meeting last Saturday.
Accrington Stanley 3 Macclesfield Town 0
Sean McConville admitted at the start of this season that it was a huge campaign for him.
Ilyas Khan today confirmed that Managing Director Dave O'Neill had tendered his resignation from Accrington Stanley’s board - but Khan has asked him to reconsider.
Football League Cup
Reds in Mullin swoop
Accrington Stanley have made a bid to bring their record appearance holder Paul Mullin back to the club.
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.
Stanley set to start the season £1m in the red
Accrington Stanley bosses insist the club is in a far healthier financial state than last year, despite unveiling £1 million-plus debts.
Stanley pitch will be fit for new season
Rob Heys insists Stanley will be pitch perfect for the new season – both on and off the field.
Putterill and Parkinson agree deals
Stanley boss John Coleman has agreed deals with Ray Putterill and Andy Parkinson ahead of the League Two campaign.
Burnley game off
Accrington Stanley’s lucrative pre-season friendly with Championship side Burnley next Tuesday has been called off due to the Crown Ground pitch.
Reds in waiting game
Stanley plan to have their transfer embargo lifted next week so John Coleman can finally get players signed up for the new season.
Stanley start 2010/11 season at home
Stanley kick off their 2010/ 2011 campaign with a home game for only the second time in five years.
New rules over accounts will not affect us next year: Heys
Stanley chief executive Rob Heys has been to the League’s Annual General Meeting this week and promised that the Reds won’t suffer from one of the new rules voted in.
Two deals are start of many for Stanley
As John Coleman celebrates his 11th anniverary in charge of the Reds tomorrow, he has started putting plans together for League Two next season.