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Sky Bet League 2

Accrington Stanley v Plymouth Argyle

Man in the middle Mark Heywood Games: 19 YELLOWS 59 REDS 3

Assisted by Darren Strain and Paul Thompson

Fourth Official Joseph Johnson

Argyle news

The trio of Peter Hartley, Carl McHugh and Oscar Threlkeld all have a chance of being fit for this away game against Accrington Stanley on Saturday, according to manager Derek Adams. Now with the new player Jordan Houghton the team for this weekend looks a little healthier and may be another.

Accrington Stanley news#

This follows media coverage after the game which suggested Rommy Boco was unable to be involved in the match. “Just to clarify the situation,” said Coleman. “There was an agreement in place for Rommy not to play against Portsmouth if he joined Accrington on loan or his contract was terminated to enable Accrington exclusively to sign him. As neither of these scenarios occurred then no agreement was in place.

“We can categorically state that no agreement with Rommy was in place prior to him leaving Fratton Park. Rommy had not asked to leave Portsmouth. The termination of his contract was done in the interests of Portsmouth and not Accrington Stanley.
Jimmy Bell admitted the Reds are still hurting from the Portsmouth loss – but he hopes they can take it out on Saturday’s opponents Plymouth.
Stanley lost 3-1 to fellow promotion-chasers Pompey on Tuesday and they need to bounce back against the third placed Pilgrims if they are going to continue their challenge for a top three spot.
And when you look back to our performance at Home Park earlier in the season, even though we lost, it was our best performance of the season by a country mile.

TEAM NEWS: Terry Gornell, Dean Winnard & Adam Buxton are all out injured/ill with Josh Windass another week away

2015/16 Admission Prices

Adults £20
Concessions (Over 65′s & Students*) £15
Under 18′s £10
Accompanied Under 12′s^ £5
*all students must show valid student ID at the turnstile or ticket office
^all under 12’s must be accompanied by an adult

Supporters can pay on the turnstiles for all Accrington Stanley home games unless otherwise stated in the News section of the official website.

From 1st January 2016
New Admission Prices

Adults £15
Over 65’s £10
Under 16’s £10
Accompanied under 12’s* FREE


*one free under 12 per paying adult. Additional under 12’s £5 each
Disabled Supporters

Disabled supporters will be admitted at normal ticket prices.

Where assistance is required in the form of a PA (Personal Assistant), the PA is admitted free or charge. Proof of disability is required in order to qualify for the complementary PA ticket.

To qualify a supporter must receive medium or higher level of DLA (Disability Living Allowance), and must produce evidence of this, together with photographic ID at the ticket office, or when requested to do so.

A total of 20 wheelchair bays are available for spectators in the Jack Barrett stand.

On match days these will be equally split between home and away fans that require a wheelchair bay.

As the wheelchair accommodation is located in the Jack Barrett Stand which is for home supporters, all supporters home and away must contact the club in advance to book a place

Stanley supporters do not expects more then 2,000 fans for this game.


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Now that the results of Tuesday night have painted a better picture of the top of L2, i plumping for a hard working 2-0 win for Argyle.
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Comforable 2-0 win to the team with no fans

BRENT OUT
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PostSubject: Re: Accrington Stanley v Plymouth Argyle match thread   Accrington Stanley v Plymouth Argyle match thread EmptyThu Mar 10, 2016 9:42 pm

That Portsmouth win certainly changes things. It now looks as if they and Rovers are the real threat, given momentum and other issues.
Another loss at Stanley, while those two win, will really stir things up. Argyle really really need a good confident performance and a result. Shorely, they can't all but lose such a points advantage in such a short time. I shall be pootling around the delightful third world West Penwith coastal path on Saturday, so a Sparks/Davey/Errington/Domnul Fasole free afternoon. I will have to log into here. Les is often on the mark.
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PostSubject: Re: Accrington Stanley v Plymouth Argyle match thread   Accrington Stanley v Plymouth Argyle match thread EmptyFri Mar 11, 2016 12:16 am

Freathy wrote:
Comforable 2-0 win to the team with no fans

BRENT OUT

1. I'm glad you weren't in the war (1, or the sequel)
2. I'm glad I wasn't in the war, next to you (especially version 1, in the trenches)
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Innocent Egbunike wrote:
Freathy wrote:
Comforable 2-0 win to the team with no fans

BRENT OUT

1. I'm glad you weren't in the war (1, or the sequel)
2. I'm glad I wasn't in the war, next to you (especially version 1, in the trenches)

Recent form points to a defeat.

Nothing irritates me more than baseless optimism and positivity. This team is not good enough. Anyone can see that.

Anyway, even a draw (unlikely) won't be good enough as Pompey and Bristol Rovers are certain to win.

Season is over.
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Ambitious owner Andy Holt has hailed a new era at Accrington Stanley after the club put forward plans for a multi-million redevelopment of the Wham Stadium.

Mr Holt has been in talks with Hyndburn Council since he took over the League Two club in October last year about securing a new lease on the ground.

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Freathy wrote:
Innocent Egbunike wrote:
Freathy wrote:
Comforable 2-0 win to the team with no fans

BRENT OUT

1. I'm glad you weren't in the war (1, or the sequel)
2. I'm glad I wasn't in the war, next to you (especially version 1, in the trenches)

Recent form points to a defeat.

Nothing irritates me more than baseless optimism and positivity.  This team is not good enough.  Anyone can see that.

Anyway, even a draw (unlikely) won't be good enough as Pompey and Bristol Rovers are certain to win.

Season is over.

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Accington last match Att for the Portsmouth game was 1841 which includes 584 pompey fans.

How many Away fans for tomorrow game? 600 +
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Tgwu wrote:
Ambitious owner Andy Holt has hailed a new era at Accrington Stanley after the club put forward plans for a multi-million redevelopment of the Wham Stadium.

Mr Holt has been in talks with Hyndburn Council since he took over the League Two club in October last year about securing a new lease on the ground.

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What i wouldnt give for one of them.
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"Ambitious owner",what's that?
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Angry wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
Ambitious owner Andy Holt has hailed a new era at Accrington Stanley after the club put forward plans for a multi-million redevelopment of the Wham Stadium.

Mr Holt has been in talks with Hyndburn Council since he took over the League Two club in October last year about securing a new lease on the ground.

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What i wouldnt give for one of them.

Pathetic, where's the feckin dentist?

That would be a unique feature Pig
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No root canal work= no stadium.
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PostSubject: Re: Accrington Stanley v Plymouth Argyle match thread   Accrington Stanley v Plymouth Argyle match thread EmptySat Mar 12, 2016 11:17 am

Good morning campers, are we all feeling positive about today's outcome ? jocolor bounce fishing
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No
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Absolutely full of confidence old boy.
IN DEREK WE TRUST IN BRENT WE DESPAIR
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Hes gonna struggle to build that !
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name the player who are at Accrington today

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Reuben looks right up for it.
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He looks like a pcso walking around Plymouth, desperate not to see any wrongdoing.
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7 subs cheers
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Looks like a decent lineup.
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With body language like that he shouldnt even be on the team bus ffs
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lets get 3 points and give us some breathing space from 4th.
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