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    We take a leaf through the pages of a programme from Port Vale’s 1991-92 season as they take a trip to St James Park. About this match Taking place in the 1991-92 season this ended in an entertaining 2-2 draw with the Vale goalscorers being defenders Darren Hughes and Dean Glover (a penalty). It was played in front of a crowd of 18,386. However, the result was part of a club record seventeen game run without a win for the Valiants as John Rudge’s side struggled in Division Two. Continue reading Vintage programme: read Newcastle United vs Port Vale from 1991 at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    In this series we take a look at particularly memorable images from our OVF photo archives – this is a vintage snap of winger Steve Fox showing his skills. Continue reading Photo Essay: Port Vale’s Steve Fox leaves a Wigan defender helpless in 1983 at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    In this series we take a look at particularly memorable images from our OVF photo archives – this is a vintage snap of striker Andy Jones celebrating after a match Continue reading Photo Essay: Andy Jones celebrates scoring four times in a game at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    He’s a Port vale legend – so here’s what the great and the good have to say about John Rudge…   Continue reading Five of the best quotes about Port Vale legend John Rudge at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    In this series we take a look at particularly memorable images from our OVF photo archives – this is a vintage snap of keeper Ken Hancock. Continue reading Photo Essay: Ken Hancock and the Port Vale coach at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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    As world sport is rocked and largely shut down by the coronavirus, Rob Fielding says there was still a glimmer of good news coming from Vale Park. Rob Fielding writes… One remarkable factor of English football’s three week lockdown was the speed of the change. Even on Thursday evening, it looked likely that the weekend fixtures could still go ahead – but by mid morning on Friday all that had changed. Continue reading “Port Vale could not have better people in charge to guide us through this crisis” at onevalefan.co.uk. More


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