Accrington boss James Beattie was reasonably pleased with the 1-1 draw at home to York after dealing with a keeper crisis.
Fulham recalled stopper Marcus Bettinelli on Christmas Day and so Beattie had to get straight on the phone to teenage keeper Andrew Dawber to say he was making his debut.
"It wasn't the Christmas present I expected when I got a call from Fulham," said Beattie, whose side are three points off the bottom two.
"We are sad to see Marcus go and we will be keeping in touch with Fulham but I rang Dawbs on Christmas Day and told him he was playing.
"He said it was the best Christmas present he could have asked for and all the lads were pleased for Dawbs.
"He is an excellent keeper, a true professional and he played really well. We obviously would have liked to have won the game but our defence was excellent and it was a gritty, honest display."