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Accrington,

town (1991 pop. 36,459), Lancashire, NW England. The principal industry is cotton weaving. Textile printing and dyeing and the manufacture of machinery and bricks are also important.
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Rochdale's lead did not last long however as Accrington had the ball in the net within a minute, Cavanagh curling a free-kick into the top corner after a foul by Rory McArdle on Robert Grant.
And midfielder Boco, 22, could miss up to four League Two games for Accrington while he is away with his country.
The Conference club have signed former Hereford United captain and central defender Andy Tretton, while ex-Bulls striker Dave Brown was already with Accrington.
Bookies have slashed Cook's odds once again with the 44-year-old Scouser now 1/10 favourite for the Accrington job from 1/8.
Dale revealed yesterday that Accrington had granted them permission to open talks with a view to Liverpool-born Coleman ending his 13-year association with Stanley and becoming Steve Eyre's successor at Spotland.
Accrington and Putterill have until September 13 to respond to the charge.
The case against Accrington skipper Peter Cavanagh, who was also charged, will be heard next month.
Accrington went ahead when Procter was pushed in the area by James Hunt and the midfielder took the penalty, sending goalkeeper Phil Barnes the wrong way.
With seven games left, starting with Accrington at Bescot Stadium, the Saddlers are well-placed for automatic promotion.
Matters got even worse for Hereford seven minutes into the second half when Accrington skipper Peter Cavanagh cracked home a free-kick from the edge of the area.
Accrington, managed by John Coleman, reached the third round of the FA Cup two years ago after beating Bournemouth and Huddersfield.
O'Driscoll said: "No team in England would have fancied themselves against the Accrington defence.