THIS TIME last week, most Stanley fans were wondering who would score the historic first goal for Stanley back in the Football League.
Now, no one cares as long as someone fires home soon.
Stanley have lost their opening two Football League games, got no points on the board and are desperate for that goal which will ease the pressure on the players, management and fans.
It doesn't matter if it goes in off someone's backside as long as it goes in as manager John Coleman said: "We just need that little bit of luck in front of goal. I would like us to get our first goal soon and get it out of the way because that is going to be more of a problem than getting our first points."
But he is not disheartened as the Reds may be finding League Two not quite to their liking as yet - but the two teams who have beaten them now sit proudly at the top of the fledgling League Two table.
And but for that bit of luck in front of goal, the Reds could have chalked up a major scalp by seeing off pre-season promotion favourites Darlington on Tuesday night.
Stanley rose to the challenge against the North East side who looked shell-shocked to land at the Fraser Eagle Stadium from their plush 25,000 all- seater-ground.
In fact Quakers manager Dave Hodgson admitted so.
"It is not particularly a nice place to come to," he said, as both sets of fans got soaked in the sudden downpour that started at kick-off. "The dressing rooms are not the best and I am sure a lot of teams will come here and be deflated - and I used that in my pre-match speech.
"There are two types of teams - ones who will go flat and lose here and another who will say 'it's not the nicest but let's win and get out of here' - and we were in that last group."
However, the Darlo boss must have feared the worst in the opening 30 minutes. Whatever Coleman had said to his side between Saturday and Tuesday certainly galvanised them as they were virtually unrecognisable as the side beaten by Chester.
Andy Todd was a menace on the right wing early on, Andy Procter never shirked a tackle while Gary Roberts made more of an impact as the Reds ran the show against the tall Quakers side who have a slick forward line.
Roberts and Ian Craney combined early on but the midfielder shot straight into Sam Russell's arms while Peter Cavanagh and Todd linked up on the right and the ball fizzed across goal but there was no one to put the ball home.
And visiting defender Joey Hutchinson had to throw his body in front of a Craney goalbound drive while Russell got the slightest of touches to a Gary Roberts 20-yard curler which he pushed around the post.
However, Darlo did start to show their prowess up front - after hammering four past Macclesfield on Saturday - and Leam Richardson made a goal-saving tackle after Swiss striker Gaetano Giallanza raced onto a loose ball.
Stanley fans then saw the best of new keeper Ian Dunbavin as he pulled off a superb save to keep out Martin Smith and Giallanza and then one-handedly pushed away a Barry Conlon effort.
All this and there was still on 30 minutes on the clock.
Then, though, disaster struck as Stanley conceded from a set-piece for the second game running. A Craig James corner skidded across the box, missed everyone and fell to Michael Cummins on the edge of the area who volleyed home his first goal for the club.
And No 2 could have soon followed for the midfielder but the Stanley keeper spectaculary tipped his free header around the post.
However a mistake shattered the Reds and gave Darlington some breathing space. Michael Welch's clearance out of defence hit team-mate Andy Procter on the chest and bounced nicely into the path of Martin Smith for a crisp finish from the ex-Sunderland hitman.
It was hard to know what Coleman could say at half-time as his players had given everything without reward.
And it continued to be end-to-end stuff. A Cummins 25-year strike was tipped onto the crossbar by Dunbavin while Coleman threw on Andy Mangan on the hour and he came the closest to breaking Stanley's duck. Roberts played in a great ball which gave the young striker a free header but he agonisingly headed over the bar.
Stanley became stretched as they looked to get back into it and Giallanza broke but Dunbavin dived at his feet before the ball ran loose for Smith. He fired towards the empty net but Robbie Williams was back to clear off the line.
And then it all ended badly when captain Clark Keltie tackled the hard-working Procter in midfield. Procter retaliated by raising his arm and he will now miss three matches.
Although Hodgson may not have been impressed with the facilities he had plenty of words of hope for Stanley. "They will wins games and score goals this season - I have no doubt about that."