REDS boss John Coleman was frustrated after his side chalked up their first draw of the season at home to Woking.
Despite countless chances, Stanley couldn't convert one and had to settle for a disappointing point against a side who have had a mixed start to the season.
"It is just so frustrating. Some of our choices of passes are wrong and some of the positions we take up our wrong. Steve Jagielka was a shining light in the first half and a few lads should go home and have a look at that.
"We don't normally have a problem scoring goals and I don't think we have drawn many blanks at home. We were lack-lustre and that has given them confidence."
Stanley had a couple of good chances. Ged Brannan's diving header from a Jagielka free kick was well saved by the keeper while Jagielka had three long range efforts and one, a volley, whistled inches over the top of the bar.
Woking keeper Adriano Basso kept out Paul Mullin and Ian Craney while a Lee McEvilly cross rolled agonisingly across the goalline but the keeper managed to grab it before Rory Prendergast could force the ball over.
The Cards had their chances through Raphael Nade and defender Luke Oliver but Jon Kennedy kept them out as the Reds chalked up their third consecutive clean sheet.