Accrington Stanley news
Accrington striker James Gray has committed his future to the club by agreeing a contract extension for a further 12 months.
Defender Dean Winnard has committed his future to Accrington by signing a new one-year deal.
James Beattie is prepared to call time on his playing career in order to succeed as Accrington manager.
Laurence Wilson has penned a one-year contract with Accrington.
James Beattie pipped former boss John Coleman to the vacant manager's position at Accrington, Stanley managing director Rob Heys has revealed.
Former England striker James Beattie is targeting promotion after landing his first managerial appointment at Accrington.
James Beattie has been appointed as Accrington's first-team manager with immediate effect.
Accrington goalkeeper Ian Dunbavin has signed a new contract to keep him at the Store First Stadium until summer 2015.
Accrington player-coach James Beattie is thought to be interested in the vacant managerial position at the Crown Ground.
Accrington's George Miller has signed a one-year contract extension with the club.
Accrington have announced a quartet of players will leave the club when their contracts expire this summer.
Leam Richardson has explained the reasons behind his decision to quit as Accrington boss and become Chesterfield's assistant manager.
Accrington managing director Rob Heys has conceded the departure of manager Leam Richardson did not come completely out of the blue.
Lee Molyneux was rewarded for his impressive form this season with Accrington's players' player of the year award.
Accrington manager Leam Richardson has left the club to become Paul Cook's assistant at npower League Two counterparts Chesterfield.
Padraig Amond will wait to see what the future holds following a successful end to the season with Accrington.
Accrington have no new injury problems ahead of the visit of Oxford in the final game of the campaign.
Accrington chairman Peter Marsden is seeking new investors as he seeks to build on the club's escape from npower League Two relegation this season.
Accrington winger Lee Molyneux described his goal against Bristol Rovers as "the most important" of his career.
Lee Molyneux's superb second minute free kick guaranteed Accrington Football League survival - and cost manager Leam Richardson a suit.
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