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League Two Accrington Stanley condemned Middlesbrough to their second defeat in four days as they beat last year’s quarter finalists 2-1 at The Riverside.
Lukas Jutkiewicz’s ninth minute strike was cancelled out by Marcus Carver just before half time.
Piero Mingoia sealed the cupset in the 79th minute. But Boro will be frustrated by the amount of chances they wasted as they were the only side who looked like winning for the first 80 minutes.
The Teessiders were playing their first home game in the League Cup since they beat Yeovil 5-1 back in 2008. A run that has seen them clock up in excess of 3,500 midweek miles.
Their opponents Stanley were looking to avoid going out in the 1st round for the second year running.
It was the first time these two teams had met in any fixture and it was Stanley who came out on top in a very one sided game. »
- Rob Munro
Network Ten has appointed Matt McGrath in the newly created role of Chief Brand Officer. McGrath, previously the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Chairman of Y&R Brands Australia and New Zealand, will be responsible for brand communications, marketing and promotions for the network. Network Ten Chief Executive Officer, Hamish McLennan, said: .I have known Matt for many years and he is without doubt one of the best creative and strategic minds in the Australian media and marketing sector. .I am delighted he has agreed to join Network Ten to work on our external and internal marketing, including our messaging around our core programs. .Matt will create a consistent view of our brand, on and off air, and bring innovative thinking to howwe communicate with consumers and advertisers.. »
- Inside Film Correspondent
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