5 Comments

  1. Keith Dawson
    24th February 2021 @ 5:09 pm

    Well that display demonstrated where we are at, granted the conditions weren’t the best but Vale struggled to play any type of controlled football. The back 3 all had a decent game, Monty and Gibbo gave it a shot but that was about it, worryingly Joyce had to go off which left us exposed in the middle of the park. Up top we were awful, Swan demonstrated his pace but thats where it stops, Rodney was hopeless and let’s be honest apart from an effort from Burgess we never troubled their keeper. So it’s getting interesting, we have 3 difficult fixtures to follow and with Grimsby and Barrow both winning it could be squeaky bum time. Keep the faith Valiants.

  2. Maurice
    25th February 2021 @ 6:36 am

    Back to normal same old same old boring uneventful football .With out Wozza the team are uneventful lack lust and drab terrible

  3. Bob Norbury.
    25th February 2021 @ 3:01 pm

    We just don’t score enough goals. Our strikers most of the time seem second rate and put very little pressure on the opposition’s defence so that the ball is soon back in or around Vale’s penalty area — no wonder Leggy himself often feels under pressure.
    I am still not convinced that the Vale squad is fully fit as it was obvious against Stevenage that quite a few Vale players were fading and looking jaded after 60/70 mins play.
    We have got to buck up — we have several difficult games in the next few weeks and we need to show that we are a half decent squad.

  4. Dave Shaw
    25th February 2021 @ 9:22 pm

    I worry that RF talks so assuredly about next season. It’s by no means a given that we will still be in L2. Those below us are gaining points and confidence, the opposite of the Vale at the minute.
    I think we could be in for a very close finish to the end of the season. So come on Vale, a couple of wins are much needed!

  5. The Knapster
    25th February 2021 @ 11:33 pm

    Compare these lower division players to Simon Mills, Guppy, Ainsworth, Porter, Foyle and 10s of others over the good Rudgey years and you despair about recruitment and management. None of today’s players can control and distribute without 2 or 3 touches… the pitch is 6 yards narrower now so that they aren’t given space be cause they cant use it… its a sad state to be in… so called bright futured players just look ordinary… Popey is a legend and a benchmark… we need 10 outfield players with his guile strength and natural ability

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