Stanley romp to victory
9:43am 3rd October 2010
Accrington Stanley and Gillingham shared eleven goals at the Crown Ground yesterday in an incredible League Two game.
The Reds ran out 7-4 winners after a non-stop 90 minutes, with McConville, Parkinson, Barnett, Edwards, Gornell and Ryan all on target.
Boss John Coleman has understandably mixed feelings about the result:
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