Kevin Nolan knew the size of the task facing him at Notts County before their 0-0 League Two draw with Mansfield but, having overseen a rapid improvement within days of his arrival, will be optimistic of avoiding relegation
Published yesterday at 10:20 am on Guardian
Žan Benedičič arrived at Elland Road, for his first foray into English football, to a fanfare of high expectation; he left without making hardly a dent. The expectation came from his footballing pedigree, he was coming to Elland Road from the San Siro and AC Milan. He’d broken through into Milan’s Primavera or U-19 side, [...]
Published last Thursday at 08:35 pm on The 72
Over the last few years, many football supporters have begun to question the importance of the League Cup. Should it stay? Should it go? A recent article on The Telegraph allowed Accrington Stanley Owner Andy Holt to express his views. Stanley are a team with plenty of history. From being dissolved in 1966 to their ressurection and [...]
Published last Wednesday at 05:20 pm on The 72
In response to an article published by Telegraph Sport on Tuesday calling for the abolition of the League Cup, Accrington Stanley chairman Andy Holt has explained why the competition is so critical to clubs like his.
Published last Wednesday at 04:00 pm on Telegraph
A stunning curling shot from Accrington Stanley's Sean McConville is voted the best goal of the FA Cup third round by the BBC Sport audience.
Published last Tuesday at 05:05 pm on BBC Football
The Premier League’s ‘big six’ have all avoided each other in the fourth round of the FA Cup, with Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool all drawn at home.
Published last Monday at 08:50 pm on Telegraph
Town to face Brighton at home if progress made in FA Cup replay
Published last Monday at 08:46 pm on Ipswich Town FC
Manchester United have drawn Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup fourth round which sees former Old Trafford coach Warren Joyce return to his old club. Joyce left his position as co-manager of the Manchester United reserves team in November 2016 to join Wigan as head coach at the DW Stadium.
Published last Monday at 08:15 pm on The Independent
Holders Manchester United will continue the defence of their FA Cup with a fourth round tie at home to Wigan while Arsenal face a tricky trip to either Norwich or Southampton.
Published last Monday at 07:55 pm on SkySports
Some mildly interesting ties there;
Published last Monday at 07:40 pm on Telegraph
|Accrington Stanley's Results|
|Jan 14||Cheltenham Town||0 - 3||A|
|Jan 7||Luton Town||2 - 1||H|
|Jan 2||Hartlepool United||2 - 2||H|
|Accrington Stanley's Fixtures|
|Jan 21||Carlisle United||H|
|Feb 4||Notts County||H|
|League Two Table|