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A run of 5 wins in the last 9 games of the season led to a 20th-place finish and was enough to save the club from relegation in its first season back in the Football League. Highlights of that first season back included the club's first-ever Football League Cup match against former European Cup winners Nottingham Forest.
Accrington vs Carlisle Prediction & Betting Tips (5 September)AccringtonTuesday 5 September18:45England - EFL TrophyCarlisle Carlisle recent away form leaves a lot to be desired, with the team in claret and blue suffering nine defeats in 13 League One trips. Promotion-chasing Accrington seem to have come through what was a sticky period, winning two of their previous three matches at this level, including a win success during their past games.
Since losing home, Carlisle have been involved in 37 consecutive top-flight away games in which three goals or fewer have been netted. Although Accrington cannot compete with the consistency shown by their visitors, it is true that 16 of their last 20 matches at the top table of the EFL Trophy have also been of the under 3. 5 goals variety. One area in which Accrington have proven incredibly consistent recently is in their involvement in top-flight fixtures in which at least one of the two goalkeepers pitches a shutout, with this happening 13 times in 14 attempts. This has also been the case in seven of the last 11 matches involving Carlisle at this level, so more of the same is expected when the teams lock horns.
Stanley had taken £50, 000 from Blackpool in 1997, with the agreement that Blackpool would pay Accrington a quarter of what it might have received if it in turn transferred Ormerod to another team. The 2002–03 championship of the Northern Premier League followed quickly on Accrington getting the cash. Conference years (2003–2006) In May 2003, the club was promoted for the first time in history to the Football Conference, following its win of the Northern Premier League.
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Following a shaky start to the season the arrival of Bryan Hughes in October transformed the club's fortunes. A run of 6 wins in 7 games over the Christmas period saw the club briefly enter the play-offs. However, following the sale of club captain Andrew Procter to Preston North End in the January 2012 transfer window, the third-longest serving management team of John Coleman and Jimmy Bell departed for Rochdale. Former Burnley and club favourite Paul Cook was brought in as manager, along with the promotion of Leam Richardson from caretaker manager to full-time assistant. Only 3 wins in the final 17 games of the season was a pretty poor finish the season. However, this meant the club achieved a solid mid-table finish in 14th position.
They then spent 12 seasons mostly in the bottom half of the table in League Two, though did also lose two play-off semi-finals, before Coleman led them to promotion into League One as League Two champions in 2017–18. History Re-formation (1968–2003) Accrington had been without a football team following the collapse of the original Accrington Stanley in 1966.
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In terms of the domestic cups Stanley exited both the League Cup and FA Cup at the 1st round stages, losing to Scunthorpe United and Notts County respectively. The club reached the second round of the Football League Trophy, after knocking out holders Carlisle United, but lost to Tranmere Rovers in the 2nd round after an eventual replay. This was following a serious head injury to young defender Thomas Bender in the initial tie. Andy Holt's stewardship (2015–present) On 28 October 2015, the board of Accrington Stanley voted to approve local businessman Andy Holt's takeover of the club. Holt, whose company What More UK sponsored, and still sponsor, Stanley's Wham Stadium, attained a majority share of 75% in Accrington Stanley, in return for clearing the club's £1.
2m debt as well as providing the club with further funds of £600, 000. Stanley's chairman, Peter Marsden, remained as chairman whilst five new people joined the club's board.  At the time of the takeover, Stanley had been on the verge of folding due to crippling debts and its inability to fund day-to-day running costs, including wages and its suppliers.  Due to its precarious financial situation, the club had been accepting sponsorship deals at a value lower than what should have been demanded.
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