Date: 11th August 2008 at 1:14pm
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ACCRINGTON Stanley boss John Coleman has told of how he is still on the look out for another striker and feels that he may need to bring in another front man to get the goals.

It comes off the back of a 1-0 defeat at home to newly promoted Aldershot Town on the opening day of the season at the Fraser Eagle Stadium, as Scott Donnelly’s free kick minutes before half time clenched the points.

Coleman made a last ditch effort to add fire power to his squad qith the aquisition of Folawiyo Onbuje, who made his debut as a late striker against the Shots on the opening day but Coley still wants more attacking reinforcements.

‘We have had problems scoring goals and I might have to go out and get someone in who can,’ said Coleman speaking to Sky Sports.

‘We have got to be more ruthless.

‘I think we won the first half on points, but were 1-0 down and, if you tackle people on the edge of the area, then you run the risk of conceding from a free-kick.

‘We are disappointed as we created enough chances to win two games, but our finishing was diabolical.’