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    Matchday Thread: Crawley Town v Port Vale

    Please share your thoughts before, during and after the match as a new season opens. Always a mixture of hope and anxiety, half full and half empty glasses. Still short of a few players but a few weeks left, hopefully injuries will not be so severe this season. So all the best, Up the Vale.

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    Judge them by what happens in this game and later, not on frankly meaningless friendly results. Pity it's not in the league above, but **** happens.

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    Aint been to any friendlies and aint going to this game .
    Good luck to the team and i hope 3 new signings r on there way before this game.
    Team is looking like this .
    Lainton
    Kay Smith Gunning
    Wilson New player
    Harness Pugh Defreitas New player
    Pyke or Pope
    Id go with Pope first half then stretch the opposition with Pyke second half .
    Id go 5 at the back as been very solid is required ,think Pugh will get the nod in midfield so he will need Defrietases or Reeves legs to help him .
    2NEW PLAYERS R required minimum this week who they r and what they can offer could be very pivotol and be very telling to what can be achieved if owt .

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    I'm a glass half full kind of guy and always will be when it comes to the vale. I'll plumb for a 2-0 Vale win.

    My team would be,

    Lainton

    New left back (failing this G. Kelly, please god not Gunning)
    Smith
    Kay
    Wilson

    Montano (failing that, de Freitas)
    De Freitas (if he's out wide, new signing or Reeves)
    Pugh
    Harness

    Pope
    Pyke

    The bench will probably pick itself, I'm not against Adam Yates coming on at left back if whoever is there is getting slaughtered, at least he offers some limited experience there.

    With there being a friendly in between though, I'd expect a couple of signings and maybe a fresh injury so who knows.

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    I'll be going, my team.

    Lainton

    New left back
    Smith
    Kay
    Wilson

    Montano (failing that and he may be injured new winger)
    De Freitas (or new CM Not Reeves too lighweight)
    New CM
    Harness

    Pope
    Pyke

    Need another striker for the bench at least until one of the others is fit.

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    This 1st match should be there for our taking as Crawley are allegedly one of the weaker outfits. Vale need to get off to good start. Brown must have had enough time to work out where we need fresh faces as it's perilously close to the campaigns start. Any newbies have to integrate into his methods and thinking so surely he has players lined up? Going to be interesting to see if West Brom workout gives us a view of these required bodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jermaine Holwynn View Post
    I'm a glass half full kind of guy and always will be when it comes to the vale. I'll plumb for a 2-0 Vale win.

    My team would be,

    Lainton

    New left back (failing this G. Kelly, please god not Gunning)
    Smith
    Kay
    Wilson

    Montano (failing that, de Freitas)
    De Freitas (if he's out wide, new signing or Reeves)
    Pugh
    Harness

    Pope
    Pyke

    The bench will probably pick itself, I'm not against Adam Yates coming on at left back if whoever is there is getting slaughtered, at least he offers some limited experience there.

    With there being a friendly in between though, I'd expect a couple of signings and maybe a fresh injury so who knows.
    IF fit Yates wold be better at LB than Gunning.


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    Has Kelly played in pre season? I've not really followed it much. Will be there Saturday though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheshirevaliant View Post
    Has Kelly played in pre season? I've not really followed it much. Will be there Saturday though.
    Kelly played at Kidsgrove and Newcastle.

    Tickets for the match now available from the Vale Ticket Office.

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    Crawley v Vale predictions

    We have only played at Crawley 3 times in the league, in each of those meetings there has been at least 3 goals in each game. In fact every time we have played them there has been 3 or more goals. Are we expecting the usual high scoring game here even with it being the first game of the season?

    I am going for Crawley 2 Vale 3.

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    I'll be very pleasantly surprised if we score 3 in an away game this season.

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    Vale to win 2-1

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