Coleman wants more from his players after
SKY BET LEAGUE TWO SHELDAN KEAY
ACCRINGTON Stanley saw their good run of form come to an end after they suffered a home defeat against Grimsby Town.
Goals from Sam Jones and Martyn Woolford either side of Kayden Jackson’s strike condemned John Coleman’s men to defeat at the Wham Stadium.
It means the Reds now find themselves in third place in the League Two table, six points off leaders Exeter City.
While Stanley boss John Coleman thought it was a decent effort from Grimsby, he felt his players should have produced more.
“You’ve got to give them credit, they came and worked hard and made it difficult for us,” he said.
“The game was a non-event in the first half. I was disappointed with their goal, and then the first time we had a shot was after half an hour, which is poor from us.
“The first time we played like we can, we scored to equalise, but then the game spins around in the space of a minute in the second half.
“We break with a great move and are clean through, but their goalkeeper makes a good save and then we miss a sitter from the corner.
“We huffed and puffed a bit after that but we only got going in the last 15 minutes.
“We caused them some problems and on another day they go in, but it wasn’t to be.
There is a fine line between winning and losing, and I don’t think either side could have complained to win, lose or draw.”
Both teams had half-chances in the early stages of the match, but