Date: 5th August 2008 at 7:28pm
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FORMER Wigan Athletic defender Peter Moore is one of four trialists that Accrington Stanley manager John Coleman won’t be persuing, and so they leave the club.

Coleman confirmed that he wouldn’t be offering contracts to any of the trialists who played against Burscough as he looks to build his squad after releasing 11 first team players in the summer.

The bunch of notable trialists included; Moore, Ray Shearwood, former Stockport defender Craig Flowers and ex-Everton trainee Scott Phelan, of which non of them shall be staying at the Fraser Eagle Stadium.

So far only two of Coleman’s countless numbers of trialists have been offered deals, with former Burnley striker John Mullin and ex-Liverpool youngster Jimmy Ryan penning contracts with the club.

‘You have got to make decisions and you have got to give them every chance to impress,’ said Coleman speaking to the Accrington Observer.

‘Peter Moore was unfortunate as he was the pick of the bunch. In another set of circumstances we would probably be offering him a contract but, as it stands, we are not in a position to do that. We need to get people in positions we need them in.’