YORK CITY ........1

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO -


WE AB­SO­LUTELY, com­pletely, un­doubt­edly de­served noth­ing from the game against York, yet took away an equal share of the points. How­ever at this stage of the sea­son, with the po­si­tion that we are in, we’ll take any­thing we can lay our grubby mits on. York played the game al­most per­fectly. They be­gan with a high tempo and at­tacked for the en­tire game, hold­ing us to the slimmest of chances. The stats will show how much York dom­i­nated, yet with typ­i­cal Ac­cring­ton cheek we nicked a point at the death.

This sea­son has been our tough­est test since earn­ing pro­mo­tion to the Foot­ball League in 2006. Our squad was ille­quipped to com­pete at the be­gin­ning of the sea­son and it has now be­come clear that Paul Cook’s aban­don­ment of Stan­ley was a bless­ing in dis­guise.

Leam Richard­son has added the ex­pe­ri­ence and in­stilled the men­tal­ity nec­es­sary to sur­vive. And we will.

PIC­TURES: Tony Green­wood

MUS­CLE MAN: Peter MurphY, right, cel­e­brates his all-im­por­tant equaliser

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