Date: 20th June 2007 at 9:42am
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ACCRINGTON Stanley boss John Coleman has expressed his delight at securing the services of AFC Wimbledon striker Roscoe Dsane.

A number of Conference clubs were reported to be interested in Dsane’s services, before the 21 goal hitman signed a 12 month deal at the Fraser Eagle Stadium.

Dsane was playing his first season following a serious knee injury last season, and has shown just what he can do.

Before playing with AFC Wimbledon, Dsane was a real goal scoring hero with Aldershot, as he again fired in 21 goals to elevate his team in to the Play-Off Final, where they lost out.

‘Roscoe played against us a couple of years ago for Aldershot. But he’s been injured and was out of the game for a bit.’ Said the Stanley gaffer speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph.

‘He’s proved himself since at AFC Wimbeldon and now he’s looking to make a real go of it.

‘If he carries on where he left off at Aldershot, I’m sure he’ll be a good player for us.

‘He doesn’t have any Football League experience, but a lot of our players didn’t have that before we came up and they learned quickly. Hopefully, he will do the same.’

D’Sane will be faced with stiff competition though, with last season top scorer Paul Mullin along with Leighton McGivern, David Brown and fellow new boy John Miles, who signed from Macclesfield.

‘He’s nippy, got a good eye for goal and his movement around the box is very good.’ Coleman continued.