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ANOTHER FINE MESS AGAINST STANLEY: York City defenders Stefan O'Connor (left) and Femi Ilesanmi cut forlorn figures as Shay McCartan celebrates the final goal in a 5-1 win for Accrington Stanley. Picture: Gordon Clayton

York City equal heaviest league defeat at home since 1957 after 5-1 Accrington humbling

MANY HAPPY RETURNS: Ex-York City right-back Brad Halliday gets to grips with home debutant Danny Galbraith as his Accrington Stanley team take the points at Bootham Crescent. Picture: Gordon Clayton

Crisis club York City equal club record after 5-1 home thumping by Accrington

TOP OF THE PILE: Scott Flinders

Scott Flinders leads The Press Player of the Month for November contest

TAKING A GAMBLE: York City Jackie McNamara has defended his decision to give youth a chance at Bootham Crescent

'Signing youngsters is a gamble worth taking,' insists York City boss Jackie McNamara

ON HIS WAY: Keith Lowe will not be considered for first-team action by York City boss Jackie McNamara

Out-of-favour quintet told they have no future at York City

GONE: David Tutonda has returned to Cardiff City after having his loan stay at York City cut short

Loan quartet David Tutonda, Rhys Turner, Bryn Morris and Michael Collins leave York City

York City sign winger Danny Galbraith

York City sign winger Danny Galbraith

GOB-SMACKED: York City goalkeeper Scott Flinders admitted that Tuesday's second-half mauling at Portsmouth was the busiest of his career. Picture: Simon Davies

Gob-smacked Scott Flinders admits team owe York City fans a performance after Pompey debacle

NATIONAL POWER: York City's new loan signing Bradley Fewster celebrates scoring a hat-trick for England under 18s against Belgium

York City sign Middlesbrough pair Bradley Fewster and Mark Kitching on loan

YOUNG GUN: Arsenal's Stefan O'Connor has signed on loan for York City

York City sign Arsenal defender Stefan O'Connor

NEW ARRIVAL: Former Liverpool youth-captain Jordan Lussey has joined York City on loan from Bolton

Former Liverpool youth captain Jordan Lussey joins York City on loan from Bolton

York City sign Kenny McEvoy on loan from Tottenham Hotspur

UPDATED: York City sign Kenny McEvoy on loan from Tottenham Hotspur

CRASHING TO DEFEAT: York City goalkeeper Scott Flinders is beaten again as Portsmouth's Marc McNulty celebrates one of his three goals in a 6-0 thumping. Picture: Simon Davies

Jackie McNamara left seething after York City's 'embarrassing' 6-0 defeat at Portsmouth

RED MIST: Jonathan Greening is sent off after flattening Portsmouth captain Michael Doyle in an aerial challenge. Picture: Simon Davies

Ten-man York City thrashed 6-0 by Portsmouth after Jonathan Greening red card

CROCKED: Matt Tubbs, pictured right in action for old club Crawley against former York City defender James Meredith, has been ruled out of Portsmouth's home match with the Bootham Crescent outfit tonight

Portsmouth without Matt Tubbs and Gary Roberts for York City clash

BRYN AND GONE?: On-loan Middlesbrough midfielder Bryn Morris, pictured in action for York City at Crawley, does not know whether he will still be at Bootham Crescent next week. Picture: Simon Davies

England under-20 international Bryn Morris unsure if he will still be at York City next week

TRANSFER-LISTED: York City right-back Marvin McCoy

Marvin McCoy back on York City's transfer list

HEADING FOR ANOTHER DEFEAT: Vadaine Oliver's second goal at Leyton Orient could not prevent his side from losing 3-2. Pictures: Max Flego

Leyton Orient mete out capital punishment against York City

OUT-OF-FAVOUR: Keith Lowe could leave York City before Wednesday's loan deadline

Keith Lowe, John McCombe and Marvin McCoy could be first to leave in York City cull

ON TARGET: Vadaine Oliver bagged a brace at Leyton Orient

York City suffer sixth straight defeat after going down 3-2 at Leyton Orient

LOSING STREAK: A young Andy McMillan was part of Bobby Saxton's 1987/88 side that lost seven successive games, which is two more than the current team have endured

York City hoping to avoid equalling worst run of defeats since Bobby Saxton era

COULO IN HOT FORM: Michael Coulson receives The Press Player of the Month prize for October from Georgia Benson (left) and Mollie Ovenden (right). Picture: Gordon Clayton

Michael Coulson targeting back-to-back Player of the Month awards

BOYLE'S IN THE BAG: York City's new loan defender William Boyle, pictured in action left for Huddersfield Town under 21s against Coventry City, has agreed terms at Bootham Crescent until January

William Boyle hoping for a case of third time lucky at York City

FLYING RETURN: Alex Cisak, pictured in action for York City at Plymouth during his loan spell last season, will be back in goal for Leyton Orient tomorrow after being a member of the Australia squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Krygyzstan and Bang

Leyton Orient's players forced to stay in hotel as punishment before York City clash

POINTING THE WAY: York City's new boss Jackie McNamara is ready to trim his over-sized squad at Bootham Crescent

York City to offload defenders before loan deadline

York City's Ben Godfrey fires home against Plymouth Argyle in last Saturday's League Two clash at Bootham Crescent. Picture: Gordon Clayton

West Brom, Hull City and Cardiff City running the rule over York City starlet Ben Godfrey

Huddersfield U21s captain William Boyle, who has joined York City on loan

York City sign Huddersfield youth captain - and 'leader' - William Boyle on loan

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Godfrey learning the ropes from veteran Greening

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Good news for Winfield – but Orient clash will come too soon

CLUB RECORD: Jackie McNamara, pictured expressing his frustration during the first half of a 2-1 home defeat to Plymouth, has become the first York City manager to begin his reign with three straight defeats. Picture: Gordon Clayton

Jackie McNamara becomes first York City manager to lose opening three games in charge

EASTERN PROMISE: Jonathan Greening could feature from the start at Leyton Orient in East London next weekend after impressing for York City as a substitute against Plymouth 18 months since his last professional outing. Picture: Gordon Clayton

Jonathan Greening could start York City's next game following substitute outing

WING AND A PRAYER: Femi Ilesanmi embarks on a left-wing raid for York City during a difficult first half against Plymouth

York City suffer fifth straight defeat against table-topping Plymouth

FLYING HIGH: Former York City youth-team winger Jamie Hopcutt celebrates the goal that secured top-flight football at Swedish clubs Ostersunds FK for the first-ever time

Former York City youth-team winger Jamie Hopcutt fires Ostersunds into Swedish Premier League

ON THE COMEBACK TRAIL: York City's Jake Hyde Picture: Gordon Clayton

"Every extra minute on the pitch will help me get sharper and match fit and then everything will fall into place." - Jake Hyde aims to enjoy explosive York City impact

PLAYING COMEBACK York City academy coach Jonathan Greening has re-registered as a player

Jonathan Greening set to make second York City debut against Plymouth

ILLNESS: Reece Thompson looks likely to be a long-term absentee at York City

York City striker Reece Thompson's absence explained as a "long-term illness"

DROPPED: Keith Lowe

Axed defensive trio can still have a future at York City

BARN-STORMER: George Swan, pictured on his professional debut during Tuesday's 2-1 Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat at Barnsley, wants to build on a first senior performance that impressed York City's new boss Jackie McNamara. Picture: Gordon Clayton

Former Manchester City youth-team captain George Swan wants to make up for lost time at York City

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HIP, HIP HOORAY: York City will be boosted by the news that Plymouth striker Reuben Reid, pictured in purple against Wycombe earlier this season, is ruled out of tomorrow's game due to a hip injury

THUMBS UP: George Swan has been given the responsibility to lead York City's defence by new manager Jackie McNamara. Picture: Gordon Clayton

"George Swan can be our leader," says York City boss Jackie McNamara

FITNESS DRIVE: Jackie McNamara wants his York City players to improve their stamina levels

"We need to get fitter," says York City boss Jackie McNamara

FIVE STAR: Michael Coulson (left) celebrates his fifth goal of the season at Barnsley with team-mate Michael Collins. Picture: Gordon Clayton

Bogey side Barnsley knock York City out of JPT after 2-1 defeat

York City's Dave Winfield and Accrington Stanley's Billy Kee get involved in some pushing and shoving during Saturday's FA Cup tie

Jackie McNamara: York City full-backs must focus on defending before attacking

Boss Jackie McNamara, centre, flanked by chairman Jason McGill, left, and assistant-manager Simon Donnelly. Picture: Frank Dwyer

No clause for concern as York City won't become a selling club, says chairman Jason McGill

DROUGHT: Barnsley striker Sam Winnall, seen here battling with Everton's Steven Naismith during their Capital One Cup tie, is the Tykes' joint top scorer this season with four goals, but he hasn't scored in eight matches

Barnsley on course for longest run of defeats for 56 years - unless they get a result against York City

MAKING A SPLASH: Former York City right-back Brad Halliday impressed for Accrington Stanley against his old club in the FA Cup and is shown competing for possession with Rhys Turner on a wet Crown Ground surface. Picture: Gordon Clayton

York City's new boss Jackie McNamara must iron out defensive deficiencies with his steely determination

CUP BLOW: York City's new manager Jackie McNamara watches his side lose 3-2 at Accrington in the FA Cup. Picture: Gordon Clayton

New boss Jackie McNamara laments "poor" and "silly" goals conceded by York City in FA Cup defeat to Accrington

SIXTH SENSE: Vadaine Oliver beats Jason Mooney for his sixth goal of the season at Accrington Stanley. Picture: Gordon Clayton

Jackie McNamara's York City reign begins with 3-2 FA Cup exit at Accrington

KEEPING THINGS CORDIAL: Ex-York City shot-stopper Jason Mooney, pictured left with former Bootham Crescent goalkeeping coach Andy Collett, has refused to criticise his old club and managers prior to today's FA Cup meeting with his new side Accrington Stan

"Accrington are up for the Cup," promises former York City keeper Jason Mooney

IN SAFE HANDS: York City keeper Scott Flinders, pictured in action against Bradford City this season, reckons new manager Jackie McNamara will bring a steely determination to Bootham Crescent having played with the former Scotland international at Falkirk

York City goalkeeper Scott Flinders reckons former team-mate Jackie McNamara will bring a steely determination to new job

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