Local press reports and social media posts suggest several incidents of damage to the Vale Park stadium following the Checkatrade Trophy game against Stoke City U21.
Category: Season 2018-19
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says his side must get off to a good start in their Checkatrade Trophy clash on Tuesday evening.
Cristian Montano says that his brace against Yeovil Town will “do a world of good for my confidence.”
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin was delighted with the 3-0 win over Yeovil on Tuesday evening and said the team could have scored more.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin said the first-half display was “absolutely terrible” as they slipped to a 1-0 home defeat to Swindon Town.
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Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says he won’t be chopping and changing his side but his players will need to be more consistent.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has praised his side’s battling qualities but said on chances created, Mansfield deserved to win.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has welcomed competition in his squad ahead of the Mansfield game.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says that the decision not to award Vale a penalty against Sunderland has been a “recurring theme” this season.
Port Vale rookie Connell Rawlinson is looking forward to his “biggest game” of his career when the Valiants take on Sunderland in the FA Cup first round.
A Sunderland fan is looking forward to a visit to “historic” Burslem (honestly) and is happy as his club recover from its recent woes…
Ben Whitfield says the Valiants deserved at least a point from the 2-2 draw with Notts County.
Rob Morris provides this selection of images of Port Vale’s draw with Notts County at Vale Park…
Following the 2-2 draw at Vale Park, Port Vale manager Neil Aspin and Notts County boss Harry Kewell both claimed their side deserved a win.
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Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says “I can’t fault the players for their effort and commitment” after their recorded their fourth clean sheet in a row with a 1-0 win over Bury.