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Lee Molyneux's second minute free kick guaranteed Accrington Football League survival - and cost manager Leam Richardson a suit.

Last Updated: 20/04/13 at 20:56

Leam Richardson: Needed a change of clothing

Leam Richardson: Needed a change of clothing

The visiting boss arrived soaking wet for his posty-match press conference after celebrating with his players in the dressing room.

"The lads have ruined my suit and made me stink like a brewery," he smiled. "But I guess I can put up with that because all of them have given everything for me.

"We have a budget that is less than a lot of Conference clubs, yet every year we battle and hang onto our League status.

"That's because we have players who will run through brick walls for the club. We know it will be tough again next season, but with the same attitude we will be okay.

"My first thought at the final whistle was that my little boy is two tomorrow and he will now be able to enjoy his birthday party because I will be there and smiling."

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