The Stanley fans are like the team – they’re enthusiastic, optimistic and make their presence known.
A minibus full made the long trek to Wycombe, its passengers probably, and thankfully, unaware there was a 1pm pitch inspection.
But with game on, they sang, shouted and banged the drum the entire match.
And, like the team, they deserve better than what is going on off the pitch.
Boss John Coleman often pays tribute to their noise and commitment through the many good times and few low ones of his 12-year reign.
And they did the same again at Adams Park, outnumbered hugely by the home fans but never wavering in the belief in their team.
That’s why they deserved the three points just as much as the players on Saturday.
Joe Jacobson and a late Phil Edwards header sealed the much-needed win for a club in turmoil, with an ongoing ownership wrangle and news of more debts off the field.
Coleman admits he can only focus on matters on the pitch and, with a directors’ meeting taking place after the Wycombe pitch, he played his part by sending the fans home happy as he can’t have any bearing on the board situation.
He admitted: "I just get on with my job to be honest.
"Mine is the football side and not the mechanics behind the scenes and not the logistics of running the football club.
"My job is to turn out the best players I can with the funds I am provided with and we have a decent side here.
"We haven’t won as many games as we should, we still have to iron out a few things, but we are getting there."
Coleman said his side needed 10 wins out of their 19 league games left ahead of Saturday’s clash to make the play-off push – and now he can chalk one off the board.
"That’s nine from 18 and we have a lot of home games and that’s what we have to focus on," sad the Reds boss.
But what a boost this was.
The Wycombe fans were waiting for their side to respond after back-to-back defeats and needing the points for their promotion push.
The Reds, though, have a decent record at Adams Park with one win, one draw and one loss in their previous three visits and Coleman admitted he fancied his side, who last won on 15 January.
And he had two defenders to thank for the goals with the usually reliable Edwards making up for a mistake which gifted Wanderers the equaliser with his late header.
This was Edwards’ first goal from open play this season and his eighth goal of what has been a prolific campaign by his standards.
The 25-year-old admitted: "Obviously I made the mistake and I was just so determined to try and get us back in the game even if it was by a ball forward but for me to score the winning goal is even better.
"It was a bad mistake but I’m glad I came back from it and got us the win."
The winner – eight minutes from time – came from a Charlie Barnett free kick. The roving midfielder had two assists on the day.
"It was a great ball in from Charlie and I just got across my man and just helped it on, flicked it, and luckily for me it has gone in the top corner," said Edwards.
"The lads showed good character to come back after they had equalised. As soon as they scored we went back on the attack and we created a lot of chances. It could have been more than two even though they created chances too.
"It was a very pleasing display because not many people will come here and win so it’s a great result for us."
Coleman was pleased with his unlikely goal hero: "It was an unbelievable finish and what better way to make up for his mistake than to score a header like that.
"I don’t think you’ll see a better header today.
"Phil perhaps had a bit of a ropey spell earlier on in the season but the last three or four months he has been back to his best."
The defence – with Alex Cisak replacing Ian Dunbavin in goal – held firm as Wycombe looked in a menacing mood in the first half hour and had a Scott Rendell goal ruled out for a foul – which Coleman admitted the Reds were lucky with.
Midfielder Scott Donnelly scored a number of goals against the Reds in his Aldershot days and was an early threat, as was veteran winger Gareth Ainsworth who caused problems on the right flank.
However, the Reds took their first chance two minutes before the break – something Coleman had been banging the drum about after missing chances in previous games.
Barnett’s corner was dummied by Sean Hessey and it came out to Jacobson who, after scoring one in three years in January, made it two for a year by February.
When came Edward’s mistake seven minutes after the re-start when he failed to clear the ball and it bounced kindly for Chairboys top scorer Rendell who finished well.
Rather than the Reds’ heads dipping though, this seemed to spur them on and Luke Joyce was unlucky not to have his first of the season with Nikki Bull somehow keeping out his header.
Defender Marvin McCoy was on the line to clear a Jimmy Ryan blast with a delicate part of his anatomy while Terry Gornell was unmarked in the area but fired wide.
Then came the winner when Edwards climbed above everyone to loop the ball into the net and race away, delighted he had rectified his earlier error. Gornell could have sewn it up when clean through but Bull denied him.
Coleman admitted: "In our previous two away wins we have led, been pegged back and then scored again so I was hoping that would happen again for us and it did."
And those fans also had their belief rewarded.
With it going well on the pitch, let’s hope it’s sorted off the pitch as soon as possible.