Accrington


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Accrington

(ˈækrɪŋtən)
n
(Placename) a town in NW England, in SE Lancashire. Pop: 35 203 (2001)
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Adam Le Fondre's penalty, coupled with goals from Will Buckley and Kallum Higginbotham, gave the home side the points despite Peter Cavanagh's strike for Accrington.
ROMUALD BOCO is set to miss a month of Accrington Stanley's season - to play for Benin in the African Nations Cup.
Paul Parry will meet up with two former team-mates when Cardiff City open their pre-season fixtures at Accrington Stanley on Saturday.
PAUL COOK will leave for Accrington Stanley with his players' blessing - even though it leaves their title challenge in turmoil.
ACCRINGTON boss John Coleman has moved a step closer to becoming Rochdale's new manager after agreeing personal terms with the npower League One club.
ACCRINGTON STANLEY, the side that knocked Tranmere Rovers out of the Johnstone's Paints Trophy, could be in danger of being thrown out of the competition for a breach of cup rules.
Three of the players bet thousands that their side Accrington Stanley would lose the home League Two fixture against Bury in May 2008 - which they did 2-0.
PAUL MULLIN and Andy Procter both scored twice as Accrington Stanley celebrated their first home win of the season and moved off the bottom of the table.
AS Walsall embark on a six-week period that will define the club's immediate future, captain Michael Dobson insisted that occupying their thoughts today is one matter alone - Accrington Stanley tomorrow.
FORMER Bulls striker David Brown's goal sent Hereford on the way to a fourth successive League Two defeat as Accrington picked up three priceless points in their survival bid.
Cardiff City's first pre-season friendly for 2005-2006 will be at Accrington Stanley.