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FULL TIME: Exeter City 2 Accrington Stanley 0

TWO goals from substitute Jimmy Keohane consigned Accrington Stanley to defeat at Exeter City tonight.

Keohane opened the scoring in the 79th minute and then capitalised on keeper Paul Rachubka’s error to make it 2-0 three minutes later.

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10:15pm Fri 15 Feb 13

Two Hats says...

Bring back Coleman!
Bring back Coleman! Two Hats
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4:48pm Sat 16 Feb 13

accstan says...

What makes anyone think bringing Coley back would make any difference, he'd still have the same players & it's them who are on the pitch, not the manager - consistency is what we need, leave Leam alone & I'm confident he'll do all he can to keep us up.
What makes anyone think bringing Coley back would make any difference, he'd still have the same players & it's them who are on the pitch, not the manager - consistency is what we need, leave Leam alone & I'm confident he'll do all he can to keep us up. accstan
  • Score: 2

11:37am Sun 17 Feb 13

1066 hastings says...

Two Hats wrote:
Bring back Coleman!
spot on there...overall decline since he left...(the devil you know)
[quote][p][bold]Two Hats[/bold] wrote: Bring back Coleman![/p][/quote]spot on there...overall decline since he left...(the devil you know) 1066 hastings
  • Score: -2

4:26pm Sun 17 Feb 13

stanleyman1 says...

Sorry folks but I've watched Stanley every week for a LONG time and I don't want a return to Coleman's bump and rush football. Doesn't anybody remember the first few years in the league? We were just as bad then and it was much worse to watch.

Not to mention that the guy literally couldn't wait to get away, so I doubt he'd even want to come back. Coleman appeared to hold a grudge after we refused to let him talk to Bradford, he jumped at the chance to manage a Rochdale team who were pretty much relegated when we had a shot at the play offs. He's obviously lost his love for Stanley some time ago.

I support Leam as manager, the signings he's made have been good, as is the football they're playing. I do wish we were getting the results but I'm sure they'll come soon!
Sorry folks but I've watched Stanley every week for a LONG time and I don't want a return to Coleman's bump and rush football. Doesn't anybody remember the first few years in the league? We were just as bad then and it was much worse to watch. Not to mention that the guy literally couldn't wait to get away, so I doubt he'd even want to come back. Coleman appeared to hold a grudge after we refused to let him talk to Bradford, he jumped at the chance to manage a Rochdale team who were pretty much relegated when we had a shot at the play offs. He's obviously lost his love for Stanley some time ago. I support Leam as manager, the signings he's made have been good, as is the football they're playing. I do wish we were getting the results but I'm sure they'll come soon! stanleyman1
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