Stanley's most successful captain Peter Cavanagh now has two Conference-winning medals after helping Fleetwood clinch their place in the Football League.
Cavanagh, now 30, helped the Reds secure promotion in 2006 and says the Fleetwood campaign in the now named Blue Square Bet Premier mirrored his Stanley title win.
"There were so many similarities it was spooky," said Cavanagh. with Fleetwood securing their League status on Saturday.
"We didn’t start off too well and then went on a crazy winning run like we did at Accrington.
"It was weird as I remember winning at York with Accrington on the day Hereford, our nearest challengers, lost and that all but secured the title.
"This season, we won at York the day after Wrexham had lost and that went a long way to securing the title.
"Fleetwood’s team is also based around a group of Scousers with a good team spirit – so similar to the Accrington team of 2006."
Stanley’s title-winning season for Cavanagh was one of joy but also tragedy after his brother Anthony died after being punched on a night out in Liverpool in October 2005.
"Obviously that season sticks with me, the comradeship through testing times and it was the same at Fleetwood," said Cavanagh.
"There was a personal tragedy for one of the Fleetwood players when Richard Allen lost his eight-week old baby in January.
"Things like that bring you closer as a team and it did at both Accrington and Fleetwood."
Cavanagh and his Cod Army team-mates – including former Reds Andy Mangan, Anthony Barry and Kieran Charnock – also went to the Grand National last weekend as they waited for Wrexham’s result to come in, having played against Lincoln on Friday night.
"We did the same at Accrington, we all went to Aintree as a team and the two seasons are eerily alike – it was meant to be."
Fleetwood have another year’s option on Cavanagh who has moved from right-back to midfield and won the Blue Square Bet Player of the Month for March.
"I do like playing midfield. I am like Nicky Butt! I just sit in midfield and pass the ball around but I have actually got three goals this season too.
"I want to stay next season and I think the manager Micky Mellon will keep most of the squad together although it would be no surprise if our striker Jamie Vardy, who has got 34 goals this season, moves on.
"A seven-figure bid has already been turned down for him in January and Championship clubs are chasing him.
"We will miss his goals and he is a great player but you can’t deny him his chance.
"I still think we will have a strong squad and the infrastructure and ambition to do well in League Two."
He admits he is already anticipating a trip to the Crown Ground.
"That will be the first fixture I will look out for when they come out in June."
Cavanagh is still gutted at the way it ended atStanley. After helping the Reds from the UniBond Premier into the Football League and winning a number of trophies, he was caught up in the now infamous betting scandal.
While others had put thousands on a Bury win over Accrington, the Reds captain was found to have put on a £5 accumulator but was still fined and banned in 2009.
"That’s all in the past now. It was hard at the time but I am enjoying my football now.
"It’s funny as Jimmy Bell sent me a text on Tuesday this week to tell me he had my Accrington Conference-winning shirt and I am going to reunite it with my medal. I have no idea why he had it!
"The Fleetwood medal means a lot but, for me, the Accrington medal is special due to the personal circumstances. I will treasure them both."