ACCRINGTON Stanley are suffering their worst run of league losses since 1999.
The Reds have lost three league games on the spin and the last time that happened was seven years ago.
Then, in February, they lost to Gateshead, Spenny-moor and Bishop Auckland and the Reds finished bottom of the UniBond Premier Division before John Coleman became manager.
In League Two this season, they have suffered defeats to Walsall, Hereford and Peterborough in their last three league clashes - but Coleman has every confidence his side will turn it around and move up from their 15th place.
"That's no points from nine but there is no point sulking about it," he said.
"We were on a good run where we were probably the third best team in the league in the eight games before that but now we have got to start believing in ourselves again.
"We need to start getting some points on the board.
"If we analysed our form, playing-wise it isn't too bad and if we stop conceding silly goals we will win a lot of games."