Hellish run at an end for Stan­ley

Accrington Observer - - SPORT - SHELDAN KEAY

AC­CRING­TON Stan­ley man­ager John Cole­man be­lieves his side should be much higher in the League One ta­ble as re­sults have wrongly gone against them over the past month.

The Reds fi­nally ended their poor run of form on Satur­day after a com­fort­able 3-0 win at Ply­mouth Ar­gyle.

It was Ac­cring­ton’s first win for seven games, and ended a run of four straight de­feats.

While they may have lost those games, Cole­man thinks his side have been very un­lucky, and show have took some­thing from the ma­jor­ity of those fix­tures.

“It has been seven with­out a win so that is the thing that has been more an­noy­ing be­cause in them seven games we prob­a­bly should have won four of them,” he said.

“It has been frus­trat­ing, when you are mak­ing chances and not tak­ing them, it gets even more frus­trat­ing.

“But we have just got to go through it.

“I made a state­ment to the lads that if you are go­ing to go through hell you have got to keep go­ing and get through it.

“Hope­fully we are through it, we have got an­other cou­ple of big games in a short space of time so hope­fully we can get more points then.”

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