The Liverpudlian felt Stanley "cheated" their fans in the 1-0 defeat at Saltergate with a lack of effort.
The League Two side were unable to provide an immediate response, as Tuesday night's Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie against Shrewsbury was postponed.
But Coleman has been pleased with their attitude in training ahead of the home clash with Cheltenham on Saturday.
He said: "We obviously would have liked to have played in midweek, but there was nothing we could do about that.
"The players have been good in training, it is an important game
(against Cheltenham) and every game will be vital now."