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About the author: A Port Vale fan since 1980, Rob Fielding created this website in 1996. Originally called "There's only one Vale fan in Bristol?" it became simply onevalefan or OVF for short. You can get updates on Twitter through the account @onevalefan

7 Comments

  1. Mike Rennie
    29th May 2022 @ 1:55 pm

    well said agree 100 percent .

  2. capercat
    29th May 2022 @ 2:21 pm

    Well said Rob, up the Vale!

  3. Ken Grocott
    29th May 2022 @ 5:25 pm

    Spot on Rob – we don’t have to bother about Swindon for a season or longer thankfully, but I thought Mansfield fans conducted themselves with a lot of dignity. As for our players and manager – colossal spirit, guts and determination. So proud of them, and it’s great to be aVale fan today.

  4. Barny
    29th May 2022 @ 7:34 pm

    Absolutely spot on and I would also add a big thumbs up for Tom Conlon. He has been there for the team, in the dressing and on the sideline still doing a captain’s job whilst injured.

  5. Ian
    30th May 2022 @ 3:08 pm

    A fantastic article, well written and 100% factual. Yes we lost 3-0 and we had a player sent off. Good luck to both PVFC and Mansfield next season.

  6. Garry tapp
    30th May 2022 @ 3:57 pm

    Swindon have always been to big a club in their own minds to be in the old 3rd & 4th division. But they will get used to it .

  7. Graeme Pate
    30th May 2022 @ 4:17 pm

    Really enjoyed the occasion but not the game understandably but thought the noise from both fans was something to remember. DC is a mansfield lad and we would always show respect and condolences to him but id like to think we would do it for any manager regardless of where they’re from…all the best for next season

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