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  2. Is Prince Andrew a dead cat? Very impressive if so.
  3. No, but from well-documented examples over many years! Check your facts wherever you like but it won't disprove copious examples of Corbyn's support of terrorist organisations and his Marxist leanings.
  4. Oh dear, I shall have trouble sleeping tonight now that I've "lost your respect". As always, you are entitled to your opinion. However, on the issue of Corbyn's fitness for office as PM and his long-standing and well-documented support for terrorist organisations, we shall forever disagree.
  5. As someone who lives local you get used to Stoke on Trent. Having daughters who went away to uni its when you travel to other places that the contrast hits you. Go to Manchester regularly for concerts, the amount of building and regeneration taking place there is an eye opener, a place heading forward. As the question is about Burslem it needs to find a niche. Seen the difference Artisan markets and the like have made in some towns.
  6. Ticket News Port Vale travel to The Jonny-Rocks Stadium on Saturday 30th November 2019 for our second round FA Cup tie against Cheltenham Town. View the full article
  7. Christ, can you imagine thinking up that response, believing it was worth sharing, typing it out and then pressing send? Tragic really.
  8. Just had a look and they also have Mark Harris who was on loan with us last year. It does explain a lot!
  9. Listened to the new talk of the vale podcast this morning with Joyce Worrall Bennett And Taylor. Some of really interesting comments from Joyce and Worral about the regime under askey v aspin.
  10. Ahhhh JJ Hooper and Rob Lainton ! - that explains why they are where they are. If you get the Goalkeeper AND the centre forward wrong then you will drop like a stone.
  11. Cheers, I knew there was a reason for their decline this year.
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  13. We take a leaf through the pages of a programme from Port Vale’s 1952-53 season and a visit to Workington. About this match Taking part on the 18th October 1952, this was a Third Division North match. It was also the first competitive match between the two sides. Coming after a 3-0 home win over Chesterfield, Vale managed a 1-1 away draw on the day thanks to a goal from Basil Hayward. Continue reading Vintage programme: read Workington vs Port Vale from 1952 at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  14. We take a leaf through the pages of a programme from Port Vale’s 1952-53 season and a visit to Workington. About this match Taking part on the 18th October 1952, this was a Third Division North match. It was also the first competitive match between the two sides. Coming after a 3-0 home win over Chesterfield, Vale managed a 1-1 away draw on the day thanks to a goal from Basil Hayward. Continue reading Vintage programme: read Workington vs Port Vale from 1952 at onevalefan.co.uk. View the full article
  15. I think with it being such a sort term deal that it could be with a view to a permanent deal in January. I think he was at Wrexham when we picked him up. He was on loan at Wrexham for the second half of last season, and turned down a contract offer in the summer from them to sign for Vale. So yeah, reckon you're right and he'll (finally) sign permanently with them in January.
  16. Or had him signing random players his managers didn’t want?
  17. That’s something that needs spelling out to some of Corbyn’s mob.
  18. Or the Mail, Express, Telegraph, etc. It would be a pretty empty bus if all the anti-Corbyn papers were banned.
  19. Rob lainton and JJ Hooper are at Wrexham mate [emoji16]
  20. Club News The Valiants will travel to Glanford Park to take on Scunthorpe United this Saturday as they look to extend their winning run to five games in all competitions and secure their fourth away win on the bounce. The match officials for the fixture have been confirmed and can be found below: View the full article
  21. I think with it being such a sort term deal that it could be with a view to a permanent deal in January. I think he was at Wrexham when we picked him up.
  22. Wonder if The Sun are allowed to travel on The Labour bus.
  23. I moved away 13 years ago for 4 years then moved back for a year, it was only then I realised how bad Stoke really is, never thought it was that bad when I had always loved there and nowhere else. I stayed for a year before moving to Cornwall before settling in WSM, my Mrs is from Wolverhampton and reluctantly moved down here with the intent of moving back to the Midlands, she now feels the same and reckons Wolverhampton is a <ovf censored> hole whenever we go back. All my best friends are from school in the potteries yet not one now lives in Stoke, Stone and Uttoxeter being the closest any one of them lives. Stoke had a bigger population in the 60s than it does now. For me, the biggest reason for Stoke On Trents decline or certainly not to have improved like the city’s of Liverpool, Cardiff, Glasgow and Leeds is it’s backwards approach by the council, local MPS and dare I say it, so many of the local population. I do think Stoke people are some of the most friendliest people in the country, far more pleasant than locals around here but so many are stuck in the past.
  24. I’ll get it right eventually
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