Stanley players "must learn"
3:00pm 30th September 2010
(Updated 3:01pm 30th September 2010)
Accrington Stanley manager John Coleman believes his players must learn from recent mistakes if they're to succeed in League Two.
The Reds were beaten at Port Vale last weekend and drew at Stockport having led 2-0 in midweek.
The boss admits that he's had better weeks,
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