Date: 1st April 2008 at 3:24pm
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THREE MEMBERS of Accrington Stanley’s staff are to face an F.A. charge of improper conduct, following reactions on the sidelines during two recent Stanley defeats.

Facing charges are manager John Coleman, assistant gaffer Jimmy Bell and first team physio Ian Liveredge are the men facing the charges following seperate incidents.

Coleman was sent to the stands for two weeks running, including the game at Chesterfield, which ended in a 4-2 defeat after Stanley were holding a two goal advantage early in the game.

Bell and Liversedge are charged for using foul language towards match officials during the 1-0 loss to Paul Ince’s Johnstone Paint Trophy winners, Milton Keynes Dons at the Fraser Eagle Stadium on Easter Monday. Gaffer Coleman has not been charged for his part in the touch line mix up.

All three have to reply to their charges before 11th April.