Port Vale’s winless run stretched to eight games on Wednesday evening as Reading scored two late goals to earn all three points.
2023-24 Port Vale season
Cheltenham Town 3-2 Port Vale report – no dream start for Moore as Clarke secures double over Valiants
Former Port Vale manager Darrell Clarke got the better of new man Darren Moore as Cheltenham won a five goal thriller at Whaddon Road. It was a chastening defeat for the Valiants who were put to the sword in the second-half by a dominant home side.
New Port Vale manager Darren Moore takes on former Valiants boss Darrell Clarke as the two relegation threatened sides do battle. Here’s our preview…
Peterborough Utd v Port Vale preview – tough away task as managerless Valiants try to build on recent draw
The Valiants snatched a late point on Saturday and would love to go one better at Peterborough in midweek – but on paper it looks a tough task. Here’s our preview…
Port Vale 2-2 Stevenage report – Ojo strikes late against Stevenage once again as Vale claim a point
There was late drama at Vale Park as Funso Ojo scored a last-minute penalty to earn Port Vale a potentially precious point against Stevenage on Saturday afternoon.
There’s set to be a rookie on the bench and not the Director of Football – yet somehow Vale need to try and get at least a point against play-off chasing Stevenage. Here’s our preview…
No strikers. No manager. No coaches. No form. However, Vale still have a Director of Football in place even though he wasn’t to be seen trying to help the team out of their rut. In those circumstances, it was inevitable that, managed by rookies, Port Vale slipped to a home loss and increased their relegation […]
This was written before Port Vale parted company with Andy Crosby but nevertheless… here’s our match preview for the game against Leyton Orient…
Port Vale are poor at the back, have little squad depth and are lacking any goal threat. This was yet another awful performance by the Valiants saw them comfortably beaten by bottom side Fleetwood on Saturday afternoon.
Port Vale were second-best for much of this game but looked to be holding on for a point before a soft penalty gifted Portsmouth a late winner.
Fingers crossed that this one goes ahead. After pitch issues – of the invasion and frozen kind – Vale will desperate to get back to action and will include several new faces in their side. Here’s our preview…
After the truncated affair at Reading – will this game last the duration and can Port Vale impress during it. Here’s our preview…
It was a much better second-half display last Saturday so hopes are high that a repeat of the same could pay dividends in Berkshire. Here’s our preview…
A topsy turvy game saw Port Vale draw with Charlton thanks to a late equaliser from Gavin Massey. Poor defending overshadowed Vale’s performance but the plus points were a first goal from Uche Ikpeazu, a period of excellent play in the second-half and that Massey strike late on.
Poor defending saw Port Vale let slip a one goal lead as they lost to bottom of the table Carlisle United on New Year’s Day.
It’s a long journey to start the year off but Vale fans will be hoping it won’t be in vain if the club can carry over their good form from the Blackpool win. Here’s our match preview…
Port Vale 3-0 Blackpool match report – Garrity, Wilson and Smith goals ensure Vale end the year with a win
Goals from Ben Garrity, James Wilson and Nathan Smith helped Port Vale to a comfortable three points on Friday night. A Valiants side featuring youngsters Jack Shorrock and Ben Lomax therefore ended 2023 on a winning note.
After a classic game of two halves on Boxing Day, Vale fans will be hoping for more of the second-half display and none of the first as they take on Blackpool. Here’s our preview.
Port Vale 2-3 Barnsley report – Shorrock takes scoring record but insipid first-half display condemns Vale to defeat
A succession of first-half mistakes at the back allowed visitors Barnsley to take all three points at Vale Park despite an improved display after the break. However, one record was set with sixteen year-old Jack Shorrock becoming the club’s youngest-ever goalscorer.
It’s clearly a big ask following their recent form but can Vale raise their game on Boxing Day?
After the drama, or perhaps lack of it, of the cup, it’s back to League One action as the Valiants travel to Buckinghamshire. Here’s our preview…
There was no lucky ending for the Valiants as they were defeated in their thirteenth cup tie of the season. Vale made history by appearing in the quarter-finals of the League Cup for the first time although the night itself was to end in disappointment.
It’s perhaps not the glamour tie Vale wanted but this home tie against Championship opposition gives Vale a chance of progressing to the semi-final stages – here’s our preview.
The Valiants put their FA Cup loss behind them as Ethan Chislett scored a hat-trick in a highly entertaining home win over Wigan Athletic at Vale Park.
Will Port Vale bounce back from FA Cup heartache as they play their second, successive fixture at Vale Park this week? Here’s our preview.
Port Vale 3-3 (3-4 pens) Stevenage report – Garrity and Loft on target but their penalty misses see Vale lose shootout
Two goals from prolific midfielder Ben Garrity and another from the much criticised striker Ryan Loft were not enough to win the game in 120 minutes as Stevenage won a penalty shootout contest to progress to the third round. Ironically, it was the goalscorers who missed in the shootout to give the visitors the win.
Any game against a Steve Evans team is going to be a tough ask but can the Valiants build on their long-awaited League win at Exeter City on Tuesday evening? Here’s our preview…