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  1. Port Vale fans can watch the match highlights from Port Vale’s 2-1 Football League Trophy victory over Newcastle United. A much-changed Port Vale side won 2-1 on Tuesday night thanks to two goals from striker Mark Cullen. This clip is from the official Port Vale YouTube channel. Click play to watch. Continue reading Watch Mark Cullen’s double as Port Vale down Newcastle United at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  2. Fans have come to the defence of midfielder Ryan Lloyd – an ever-present in the team’s three Football League Trophy wins this season… While Mark Cullen and Jonny Maddison were seen as the best performers on the night as a much-changed Vale side defeated Newcastle 2-1, it was Lloyd, so often the target of unimaginative boo boys this season, who set up the winning goal. Here are the views of the OVF forum members. Continue reading Great pass from Lloyd – unsung midfielder praised after Trophy success over Newcastle Utd at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  3. I thought Brisley, Cullen and Maddison were the stand-outs last night but it's great we can give some of the squad players a run-out and still win. Could young Campbell-Gordon be the long-term LB solution as well? I liked his cameo.
  4. None of the players who started Vale’s 1-0 FA Cup win over Milton Keynes were named in the starting line-up for the Football League Trophy clash with Newcastle B. Port Vale manager John Askey made wholesale changes with goalkeeper Jonny Maddison and midfielder Dan Tricket-Smith both making their competitive full debuts for the club. Maddison joined the club in the summer while Trickett-Smith was signed in the January transfer window. Regulars Scott Brown, James Gibbons and Jake Taylor are on a strong Valiants bench. Continue reading TWO debutants and ELEVEN changes for Vale’s Football League Trophy clash with Newcastle Utd at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  5. You can discuss Port Vale’s next match on our dedicated forum thread – or read the thoughts of other fans… You need to be a registered user to post but you can register for FREE for our forum at any time. Continue reading Discuss Port Vale’s match against Newcastle Utd B at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  6. It may be pretty much a dead rubber so don’t expect a huge attendance at Vale Park for this fixture… Continue reading Match Preview: Port Vale v Newcastle United B, November 12th 2019 at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  7. We understand that getting to a midweek game at Vale Park is not always easy for many Port Vale fans Well done to those who can get there but you may have work, an illness or family commitments which prevent you attending. So, if you can’t make Tuesday’s game in person then you can follow the action live on the iFollow service whether you’re based in the UK or abroad. Continue reading Can’t get to the game? Port Vale’s game with Newcastle B will be streamed live at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  8. Port Vale will face either Swindon Town or Cheltenham Town, in this year’s Emirates FA Cup Second Round. The fixture for the second round of the FA Cup will be played at either Swindon’s County Ground or Cheltenham’s Jonny-Rocks Stadium. Draw: 1 Blackpool v Maidstone United 2 Harrogate Town or Portsmouth v Altrincham 3 Shrewsbury Town or Bradford City v Mansfield Town 4 Coventry City v Ipswich Town or Lincoln City 5 Kingstonian v AFC Fylde 6 Tranmere Rovers or Wycombe Wanderers v Chichester City 7 Walsall or Darlington v Oxford United 8 Cambridge United or Exeter City v Yeovil Town or Hartlepool 9 Stourbridge or Eastleigh v Crewe Alexandra 10 Forest Green Rovers v Carlisle United 11 Solihull Moors v Rotherham United 12 Sunderland or Gillingham v AFC Wimbledon or Doncaster Rovers 13 Wrexham or Rochdale v Boston United 14 Stevenage or Peterborough United v Dover Athletic 15 Oldham Athletic v Salford City or Burton Albion 16 Maldon & Tiptree v Grimsby Town or Newport County 17 Crawley Town v Fleetwood Town 18 Cheltenham Town or Swindon Town v Port Vale 19 Northampton Town v Notts County 20 Bristol Rovers or Bromley v Plymouth Argyle Continue reading Port Vale face trip to West Country in FA Cup second round at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  9. Newcastle U23 defender Lewis Cass says his side are expecting a “tough game” against Port Vale in the Football League Trophy on Tuesday night. The match has little significance for the Valiants who are already through to the next stage although a win will guarantee a home draw in the next round. Manager John Askey is expected to make changes for the final group game of the tournament. The introduction of higher division U23 or B sides to the Football League tournament has been hugely controversial and Vale will once again be expecting many fans to stay away. Continue reading Pass them off the park – Newcastle Utd youngster on tactics to beat “very physical” Port Vale at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  10. Barry Edge’s latest poem shows how a new era has brought a refreshing change and how it impacts fans around the world. Barry Edge writes… This beautiful story brings into sharp relief Amelia Earhart’s (1897-1939) famous quote “A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees.” Nick Cardall aka ClntonBoulton lives and works in Baku, Azerbaijan and he tells us that until the day he crosses over he will especially remember and cherish November 5, 2019. Continue reading A single act of kindness at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  11. Port Vale defender James Gibbons says the FA Cup victory over Milton Keynes was “a perfect away win.” The Valiants kept up their recent impressive away record with a deserved 1-0 win over their League One opponents. After the match, Gibbons told the official Port Vale website: “I think you can see the organisation in the squad, the fitness levels, we’re probably one of the fittest in the league. Continue reading A perfect away win – Port Vale defender comments on FA Cup victory at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  12. 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
  13. Port Vale manager John Askey has praised the defensive display after the impressive FA Cup first round win over Mk Dons. Vale won 1-0 to progress to the second round. Askey told the official Port Vale website: “Now the players are used to playing together, it takes time the way that we play but at the moment its coming together, and if you keep clean sheets then you’ve always got a chance, that’s what we’ve done again today. Continue reading I couldn’t see us conceding today – John Askey on win over Milton Keynes at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  14. OVF would like to pay tribute to Port Vale players, officials, fans and all other men and women who gave their lives serving their country. Port Vale’s Valiant dead According to our research, Port Vale lost two players during World War One. One was inside-right Frank Cannon who was killed on the Western Front on 15th February 1916 and was buried in Potijze in Belgium. The other was John (Jack) Shelton who was conscripted in the summer of 1917 and died in September 1918. Continue reading In memoriam: our Valiant fallen at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  15. You can discuss Port Vale’s next match on our dedicated forum thread – or read the thoughts of other fans… You need to be a registered user to post but you can register for FREE for our forum at any time. Continue reading Discuss Port Vale’s match against Milton Keynes at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  16. Port Vale manager John Askey has praised Cristian Montano after his switch to left-back. Montano has moved into the defence to cover for an injury to regular left-back Adam Crookes. Askey told the media: “I knew he had played full back and done quite well previously. When we put the squad together that was one of the thoughts that, if Adam wasn’t playing particularly well or got injured, then Monty could slot in there. Continue reading Enjoy – Port Vale manager gives advice to stand-in full-back at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  17. Former Port Vale midfielder Christian Smith is in action for Dulwich Hamlet against Carlisle on BBC Two. Sadly, he's just skied a free-kick over the bar.
  18. Port Vale midfielder Scott Burgess says he is “delighted” to have been a regular start in the first-team in recent weeks. Burgess had a slow start to his Valiants career but came into the first-team reckoning after injuries to Tom Conlon and Manny Oyeleke. The former Bury man has impressed since beign made a first-team starter. He told the official Port Vale website: “Obviously you want to come here and play games but to finally get my chance and hopefully I’ve repaid the gaffer for the performances I’ve given and the team doing well is the main aim. Continue reading Delighted to be involved – Port Vale midfielder on first-team breakthrough at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  19. Port Vale manager John Askey has praised veteran midfielder Luke Joyce for his consistent performances this season. Joyce has been one of the first names on the team sheet and his experience has proved vital in the midfield engineroom. Askey told the official Port Vale website: “I think he , has played every game so he knows pretty much certain that he’s going to play so it gives him confidence, if he keeps doing what he’s doing he has every right to play as well. Continue reading He’s playing well – Port Vale manager on key midfielder at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  20. TBH I'm not surprised after the amount of times the wages haven't been paid: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/50332699
  21. Port Vale FC will pay their respects on Remembrance weekend ahead of their FA Cup clash with Milton Keynes. Vale will sport a poppy on their away kit and will take part in the pre-match service. Ahead of kick-off, both sets of players will enter the field of play amongst a guard of honour from local members of the armed forces. Local army cadets will then lay wreaths before the Last Post is played, signalling the start of a minute’s silence in honour of those servicemen and women who have given, and continue to give, so much to our country in the existence of two World Wars and many other conflicts through the years. Continue reading Port Vale to pay their respects on Saturday at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  22. It’s the biggest match of the season so far as Port Vale travel to local rivals and promotion chasers Crewe Alexandra on Saturday afternoon… Continue reading Match Preview: Milton Keynes vs Port Vale, November 9th 2019 at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  23. After two away wins in a row can Port Vale now push on and target a place in the League Two play-off places? The Valiants are currently sitting on the 10th place in the English League Two, but not far from the promotion play-offs zone. They are just two points behind Newport County. The Vale have been in decent form lately and they haven’t suffered a defeat in the last four matches. Continue reading Can Port Vale get involved in the play-off race? at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  24. Port Vale manager John Askey has praised midfielder Scott Burgess for seizing his opportunity at Vale Park. Burgess was not in the squad at the start of the season but after injuries to Tom Conlon and Manny Oyeleke he has impressed in the engineroom. Askey told the Sentinel newspaper: “I knew he had ability and he was perfect for the squad, and the budget as well. “He has come in and done really well. Continue reading Getting better with each game – Port Vale manager praises young midfielder at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  25. Connections between the two sides are something of a rarity but here is a selection of recent players to have played for both sides… David Amoo A regular in the Valiants line-up this season, the 28 year-old Port Vale forward could face one of his former clubs at the weekend. Amoo was a Liverpool player when he was sent on loan to Milton Keynes in 2011. He made three appearances including his professional debut. Continue reading Connections: Port Vale and Milton Keynes at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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