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Port Vale keeper Scott Brown has explained the team’s “next challenge” as he stresses that the club have to concentrate on their League Two form.
It’s the old rivals as Port Vale hope to carry on their fine recent form with a League victory at Vale Park…
Port Vale will take on League Two rivals Salford City in the next round of the Football League Trophy.
Port Vale’s eagerly anticipted FA Cup third round trip to FA Cup holders Manchester City is not one of the six FA Cup third round TV picks.
Port Vale manager John Askey says the side were at fault for playing “tippy-tappy” football as their Football League Trophy game against Mansfield Town ended in a 2-2 draw on Tuesday evening.
If you’re one of the nearest guesses you can win top prizes in our totally free competition operated by OVF legend Barry Edge.
Port Vale owner Carol Shanahan has told BBC Radio Stoke that there will be a major development for the unfinished half of the Lorne Street stand during the summer.
It’s good news and more good news at the moment – Rob Fielding is in celebratory mood…
New owners Carol and John Shanahan have transformed Port Vale FC both on and off the pitch in recent months.
For good or bad, Port Vale veteran Tom Pope has a reputation as a prolific Twitter user.
After the excitement of the FA Cup third round draw, it’s back to the ‘other’ cup competition for the Valiants.
We understand that getting to a midweek game at Vale Park is not always easy for many Port Vale fans
Port Vale co-owner Carol Shanahan has assessed the impact of Vale’s money-spinning FA Cup third round tie against Manchester City.
Port Vale will earn a huge payday and the chance of a massive giantkilling after being drawn away against Premier League giants Manchester City.
Port Vale FA Cup hero Tom Pope says it was all about reaching the third round and not about personal achievements as Vale beat Cheltenham Town on Saturday afternoon.
Port Vale defeated Cheltenham Town 3-1 thanks to a dramatic Tom Pope hat-trick to set up a potentially lucrative third round FA Cup tie. Here are the views on the Vale fans on the OVF forum.
Lemmy made his way back to Port Vale in 1981 for the Holocaust festival, a Heavy Metal occasion in his native town. The event also starred bands such as Motorhead, Triumph, and Vardis. The festival could result in a possible temporary shift of the residents to pave the way for the festival. The showdown saw […]
Port Vale manager John Askey has given his verdict on the 3-1 FA Cup second round win over Cheltenham Town.
Striker Tom Pope’s treble in the FA Cup second round game against Cheltenham Town has taken him to 108 Port Vale goals.
A place in the FA Cup third round is the prize for the winner of this cup clash. We preview the action…
The future of Port Vale’s Vale Park stadium looks secure for the long-term after it was declared an “asset of community value status” by Stoke-on-Trent city council.
Port Vale’s most famous fan Robbie Williams is finally set to perform live at the Vale Park stadium.
Port Vale have lost an appeal against key player David Worrall serving a three match ban for violent conduct.
Port Vale and last weekend’s opponents Scunthorpe United have been charged with “failing to ensure that their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion” by the Football Association.
Youngster Alex Hurst was on target at the weekend – here is our review of how the club’s loaned out players performed.