Port Vale chair and co-owner Carol Shanahan says it has been “such an emotional build-up” as the club prepares to take on Mansfield Town in the League Two play-off final.
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A round-up of the latest news stories five days before the League Two play-off final game at Wembley stadium.
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Comments from manager Darrell Clarke appear to add strength to the argument that Port Vale could switch home ends from the Bycars stand to the Hamil Road End. Could the move happen?
A few crowd photos from Roy Thompson and Rob Fielding setting the scene for one of the most dramatic games in Port Vale’s recent history.
Taken the shine off – Port Vale owner says “small minority” of troublemakers “not welcome” at the club
Port Vale chair Carol Shanahan has said that the actions of a “small minority” of fans “has taken the shine off” a memorable game.
Since the departure of John Askey in January 2021 and the subsequent appointment of both Darrell Clarke as manager and David Flitcroft as director of football, Port Vale haven’t looked back.
A “very emotional” Darrell Clarke said he was “so pleased” as his Valiants side reached the League Two play-off final at Wembley stadium.
Not the brightest thing to say – Andy Crosby suggests Vale used Swindon captain’s comments as motivation
Port Vale assistant manager Andy Crosby said that Swindon captain Dion Conway’s pre-match comments were “not the brightest thing to say” and suggested the Valiants used them as motivation as they turned their play-off semi-final around on Thursday night.
Port Vale 1-0 Swindon Town (6-5 pens) – the Valiants’ promotion dreams are still alive after one of the most dramatic and nailbiting games at Vale Park in years.
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Port Vale manager Darrell Clarke says the team need to be “at it” in their play-off second-leg game, but the “big positive” from the first-leg is we’re “winning a home game away from Wembley.”
Port Vale v Swindon Town preview – there’s everything to play for as the sides meet for their second-leg of their play-off clash. Here’s our preview.
Port Vale forward Jamie Proctor says this team “have more than enough to produce on Thursday” ahead of their League One play-off semi-final second-leg showdown with Swindon Town.
For fans of Port Vale, the football season has been filled with progression, with former Bristol Rovers boss Darrell Clarke clearly going all out as he aims to get the side back into League One.
Swindon Town 2-1 Port Vale: James Wilson kept the Valiants in play-off contention with a late strike after a double from former Vale striker Harry McKirdy for the home side.
Swindon Town v Port Vale preview – there’s everything to play for as the sides meet for their first-leg of their play-off clash. Here’s our preview.
Port Vale manager Darrell Clarke says it’s “back to business” as the club prepare to take part in the League Two play-offs with a place in League One up for grabs for the eventual winners.
The English football pyramid is genuinely one of the most unpredictable yet passionately followed collections of leagues globally. Fans will travel up and down the country in all conditions to see their team battle for their position in the table, hoping to get promoted to a higher division.
Port Vale have confirmed more details of their Fan Zone screening of the play-off first-leg game against Swindon Town.
Port Vale FC have confirmed that the Railway Stand is now sold-out for the home play-off tie against Swindon Town.
With thanks to Roy Thompson here are a selection of images from Port Vale’s final regular League game of the season.