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  1. #1
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    Matchday Thread:: Port Vale v Milton Keynes

    The glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel faded somewhat last night, having to rely just on home points is making the task more difficult. Apart from the mounting injuries and an international absence, fitness is becoming critical too. Most of all is for the team to show they are up for the grinding out of a result, passion on the pitch and in the stands build on each other. This is another must win, lets hope we have enough players to do it.

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    Mk Dons rearranged Sat 25th March

    Well after last nights performance or whatever it was meant to be we find ourselves at home again in the first of two must win games .
    Team well its patch them up and send them out and hope luck is with them and the fans r as superb as what they have being v Swindon and Shrewsbury.
    I for one have enjoyed the home performances under Brown bar the initial first few .
    Team well as i didnt go last night ill let the 516 who did go give u the teamwho should wear the shirt hopefully with the pride it deserves this sat.

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    We are due the rub of the green, and frankly who cares how we achieve the results we need? More to the point, what on earth is the point of this ecstasy-to- despair cycle that some people seem to go on?

    We beat Swindon - optimism reigned.
    We lost at Northampton - we're confirmed as down.
    We beat Shrews - we're staying up.
    We lose at Cov - we're doomed!

    Things are and never were going to be straightforward in the run-in...but they won't be for Bury, Oldham, Shrews or Gills.

    There's absolutely NO point in bellyaching about last night, it's gone.

    If we give it maximum vocals on Saturday and we come up short then so be it. We KNOW how much the crowd have helped in the last two home games...we've got to do it again and hope we can pinch it.

    While we're in control of our destiny, there's plenty of hope.


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    Quote Originally Posted by smithie View Post
    We are due the rub of the green, and frankly who cares how we achieve the results we need? More to the point, what on earth is the point of this ecstasy-to- despair cycle that some people seem to go on?

    We beat Swindon - optimism reigned.
    We lost at Northampton - we're confirmed as down.
    We beat Shrews - we're staying up.
    We lose at Cov - we're doomed!

    Things are and never were going to be straightforward in the run-in...but they won't be for Bury, Oldham, Shrews or Gills.

    There's absolutely NO point in bellyaching about last night, it's gone.

    If we give it maximum vocals on Saturday and we come up short then so be it. We KNOW how much the crowd have helped in the last two home games...we've got to do it again and hope we can pinch it.

    While we're in control of our destiny, there's plenty of hope.
    Yes, Tuesday night's game is gone, but there's no getting away from the fact that Vale are a very bad side right now,
    and if we stay up , we'll be very lucky indeed. I'm sorry , but it is going to be very difficult on Saturday to get a win.
    We're running out of games , and the run-in will be very hard to get any points. I'm an optimist by nature, but
    Tuesday was atrocious to listen to, and by the time it was over I was depressed no end. Maybe us Vale fans should seek therapy during the summer, because this season has been very hard on the nerves. Port Vale Forever though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smithie View Post
    We are due the rub of the green, and frankly who cares how we achieve the results we need? More to the point, what on earth is the point of this ecstasy-to- despair cycle that some people seem to go on?

    We beat Swindon - optimism reigned.
    We lost at Northampton - we're confirmed as down.
    We beat Shrews - we're staying up.
    We lose at Cov - we're doomed!

    Things are and never were going to be straightforward in the run-in...but they won't be for Bury, Oldham, Shrews or Gills.

    There's absolutely NO point in bellyaching about last night, it's gone.

    If we give it maximum vocals on Saturday and we come up short then so be it. We KNOW how much the crowd have helped in the last two home games...we've got to do it again and hope we can pinch it.

    While we're in control of our destiny, there's plenty of hope.
    I'd agree with that, apart from being due the rub of the green.
    I'd say we used up 15 points or more of luck under Bruno, when fans were walking out of the ground wondering how the hell we have picked up a win or a draw!

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    Was really looking forward to this one. Now dreading it.

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    I was optimistic before Tuesday, but now if we only have reggie and Turner as fit strikers it makes our task a lot more difficult.

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    Despite Tuesdays dissapointing result the MK Dons game represents a massive chance to get out of the bottom 4..... Shrewsbury v Bolton & Oldham v Sheff Utd are hopefully away bankers......

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    a bit of the PNE 2-2 draw with 10 men spirit wouldn't go amiss this saturday.
    Was it Duffy sent off early doors against a team 2nd in the League, i came away feeling proud to be Vale fan that night, they gave their all ( Duffy excepted ) and defied the odds.
    Have this lot got it in them ?

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