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    Port Vale manager John Askey has praised the supporters as his side continued their fine recent form with a home win over Carlisle United. Vale made it four straight wins in league and cup with a 2-1 home victory on Saturday. Speaking after the match, Askey told the official Port Vale website: “It’s a big turnaround from last year as well, we said at the start of the season that home form is going to be vital. Continue reading “They can sense something is happening” – Port Vale manager says fans are behind team at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    Thanks to David Graham who kindly sent these vintage programmes to us. We will be featuring them on this website over the coming weeks. David has kindly sent us a selection of Port Vale home and away programmes dating from 1950 to 1964. They include away programmes from Workington, Shrewsbury Town, Norwich City and Crewe Alexandra; a selection of home programmes and the souvenir programme from Port Vale’s game against Czechoslavakia. Continue reading Coming soon on OVF – more vintage programmes at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    There are highlights of Port Vale’s first round victory over Milton Keynes on the FA’s official YouTube channel. Port Vale pulled off an excellent away win against their League One opponents on Saturday afternoon. Forward David Worrall was the matchwinner with his first-half header. Click play to watch the video. Continue reading Watch highlights as Port Vale beat Milton Keynes in the FA Cup first round at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    Striker Martin Paterson was always going to be a controversial signing – and true to form, that’s exactly what he turned out to be… About Port Vale Fail 8: Martin Paterson It’s fair to say that a fair number of controversial signings were made by Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro during the 2016-17 season. Perhaps the one which riled Vale fans the most was that of striker Martin Paterson. It was unusual signing to say the least. Continue reading Vale Fail 8: Martin Paterson at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    Stevenage manager Mark Sampson said Port Vale “are a real clever team when they play at home” as he welcomed the 1-1 draw at Vale Park on Saturday. Stevenage did enough to merit a point after a disappointing Vale performance and Sampson told the media: “The character of the team was outstanding. This is a difficult place to come, they are unbeaten at home for a reason. “To concede the first goal, it showed our resilience and character to come back in it. Continue reading Stevenage boss pays tribute to Port Vale after draw at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    In the second of a series of features where we ask OVF forum users for their views, it’s Biddulph_Vale who offers his insights on the season so far. Thanks to Biddulph_Vale for answering our questions. What are your thoughts on the season so far? Most people will disagree, but I feel slightly underwhelmed by the start. There was such a sense of optimism having finally shaken off Smurf, I’m disappointed we haven’t made more of it, particularly as Askey has put together, to my mind, a really strong squad. Continue reading Port Vale Fan Viewpoint: With a bit of fine tuning we could actually achieve something at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    Former England International and Port Vale winger Colin Grainger’s forthcoming autobiography includes his thoughts on playing alongside club legend Roy Sproson. Grainger has published his autobiography “The Singing Winger” containing his thoughts on his spells for Port Vale, Sheffield United, Sunderland, Leeds and England, for whom he won seven caps. Grainger’s views on Valiants legend Roy Sproson are illuminating as the former International immediately spots the team’s star man. Continue reading Like a larger-than-life actor who only performed in low-budget dramas: Port Vale team mate on Roy Sproson at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    Veteran striker Tom Pope says he doesn’t “expect to play every minute” but in his opinion he “knows how to play the lone striker” role better than anyone else. Pope has been in defiant mood since scoring twice against Morecambe, after which the striker tweeted about online detractors who had written him off. Continuing in a similar vein, the Port Vale captain, who has a hundred career Vale goals to his name, told the official Port Vale website that he still has much to offer the side. Continue reading “There’s nobody better who can play on his own upfront” says defiant Tom Pope at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    Port Vale have confirmed the signing of 29 year-old defender Shaun Brisley. He will replace Connell Rawlinson who left to join Notts County and compete with Leon Legge, Nathan Smith and Kieran Kennedy for a place in the defence. Brisley has signed a one year deal with manager John Askey commenting: “Shaun’s had past experience, he’s played in the Championship, the first division and this level as well. He’s got experience so somebody like Shaun could be ideal for us, because if we brought in another young defender the back four could end up being too young. Continue reading Port Vale sign centre-half Shaun Brisley at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    Users of the popular OVF app will be pleased to read that the new InVision forum is now working on the app. However, you will need to upgrade to the latest version of the app in order to see the forum. The app is only available to Android users due to excessive developer charges by the Apple store. Android users can upgrade by deleting the current app, searching for “OVF” in the Google Play store and installing the latest version. Continue reading New forum now showing on the OVF app at onevalefan.co.uk. More


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