York City v Accrington Stanley, 28 November 2015

Score5-1 to Accrington Stanley
RefereeAndy Madley
CompetitionLeague Two
VenueBootham Crescent, York
Attendance2,825
Kick-off: 3.00pm

Goals:

Bradley Fewster 75 G

Goals:

Matty Pearson 15 G
Billy Kee 33 G
Josh Windass penalty 61 P
Billy Kee 72 G
Shay McCartan 88 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Scott Flinders
Defender Femi Ilesanmi
Defender Stefan O'Connor
Defender/Midfielder Ben Godfrey
Defender/Midfielder Mark Kitching
Midfielder James Berrett
Midfielder Danny Galbraith
Midfielder Jordan Lussey
Midfielder Kenny McEvoy
Midfielder/Forward Michael Coulson
Forward Vadaine Oliver

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jason Mooney
Defender Séamus Conneely
Defender Tom Davies
Defender Matty Pearson
Defender Joe Wright
Defender/Midfielder Brad Halliday
Midfielder Matt Crooks
Midfielder Sean McConville
Midfielder Piero Mingoia
Midfielder Josh Windass
Forward Billy Kee

Substitutions:

Bradley Fewster for Ben Godfrey 57
Josh Carson for Danny Galbraith 68
George Swan for Jordan Lussey 68

Substitutions:

Shay McCartan for Josh Windass 66
Terry Gornell for Billy Kee 77

Cards:

Jordan Lussey 14 Y
James Berrett 70 Y

Cards:

Josh Windass 62 Y
Brad Halliday 74 Y
Shay McCartan 90 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Michael Ingham
Defender George Swan
Defender/Midfielder Anthony Straker
Midfielder Josh Carson
Midfielder Tom Platt
Midfielder Callum Rzonca
Forward Bradley Fewster

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Ross Etheridge
Defender Adam Buxton
Defender Liam Wakefield
Midfielder Anthony Barry
Midfielder Andy Procter
Forward Terry Gornell
Forward Shay McCartan

Comments:

League position: 23rd In a game when recently appointed manager Jackie McNamara handed debuts to six new players, York City had now equalled a club record of eight consecutive defeats in all competitions (also November 1963 to January 1964 and January to February in 1976). This was the Minstermen's heaviest home defeat since Stoke City's win by the same margin in the Worthington Cup on 22 August 2000. It was their biggest defeat at Bootham Crescent in the league since Walsall's 5-1 success in League Division Three on 22 November 1986.

Comments:

League position: 4th