We take a look at the videos on the onevalefan YouTube channel and this brief clip shows a Vale striker scoring on International duty…
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We take a look at the videos on the onevalefan YouTube channel and this game has two memorable Port Vale goals in it.
You can watch highlights of Port Vale’s goalless draw with Cheltenham Town on YouTube.
You can watch free highlights of Port Vale’s 2-2 home draw with Scunthorpe United on YouTube.
It was a false dawn but Bruno Ribeiro’s side turned on the style in 2016 to put three goals past Scunthorpe United. The star of the show was loan striker Alex Jones.
Caretaker manager Michael Brown says that loan signing Tyler Walker is “very hungry to succeed” and has “great pedigree.”
Port Vale midfielder Sam Kelly says he can “influence the game more” in a central position but he doesn’t mind where he plays for the side.
Which of these goals should win Port Vale’s goal of the month award for November?
I hope you forgive the self-indulgence but I thought my son Fred worked really hard on this video diary so it deserved a wider audience.
With Port Vale due to travel to the Valley for the first time in fifteen years, here’s another chance to recall one of our more memorable visits.
By coincidence Rob Fielding’s son, Fred, was recording a video diary of his trip to Vale Park and captured the Anthony Grant incident. Here is his video.
Port Vale’s experienced winger Jerome Thomas says that Vale must stick to their “gameplan and tactics” against Gillingham.
After a great start to the season, OVF takes a look at a collection of Vale’s most important (and best) goals from the season so far.
Debutant Nathan Smith said that the draw against Bradford City was a “positive not a negative”