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  1. 3 points behind 3rd place Cheltenham thus lots to play for. In contrast the Robins have only played Morecambe, who they lost to, in the current top 12. Whereas our games have been 5 against the current top 8. Hopefully we came through the Oldham win without injuries. So, carry on with our attacking style and improvement making sure we take our chances in the first half and wrap the game up. Approach the game with confidence and pick up 3 points.
  2. A short trip to Oldham, with manager Kewell in quarantine, home form 3 defeats with a single point gained last night against Carlisle. Based on our tempo in the first half at Cambridge we should be hopeful of our second away win assuming we can take our chances. Positive news on the injury front would be welcome. Try for a 2 goal margin?
  3. A trip to the leaders Cambridge, scored 15 conceded 3, compared to our 5 and 2. Tight defences but they have twice banged 5 away to boost their stats. Formidable, but our spirits are up with the improved performance, and points, against the big spenders Salford. Robbo to keep his place and an attacking game in dry conditions will suit us. We have 3 away games in the next 4 , so away points needed. Let’s go for the win Vale.
  4. Stability is not always possible with injuries and pandemics. Early days for a group of players to gel with many changes. For the visit of favourites Salford we need to up our game, with the return of Smith, Conlon and Joyce at least, or even Manny and Amoo if fit? Salford`s run of DWDWD needs to be ended, especially with both their league wins being away, and Vale will need to put some thinking and effort into the game to achieve that, a repeat of Carlisle will not do. Players and Management are you listening?
  5. A return to winning ways based on our fine Wigan show. Carlisle have lost both their previous away games without scoring a goal, but managed 3 against Sunderland`s 5 in the FLT last night. The injury to Gibbons at Wigan just as he was getting back in his stride, is a blow with Smith in quarantine reducing defensive options with Mills out too. But Monty and Pope should be in the team mix. No doubt McKirdy would enjoy himself against his previous club, but does he have the fitness? A test for the depth of our squad and players raising their game. Will we again be up against a 10 man defence?
  6. The 2nd trophy game brings us back to mid-week games after a break, they will soon be a regular feature until Mid- November Corona virus permitting. Ownerless Wigan improving with 2 league wins after 2 defeats, but what will either team use this fixture for? Winning bonuses come in handy, time to rest or improve the match fitness of players. In our case improve our attacking edge, perhaps play 2 strikers, Robo and Pope. At least not likely to come up against a 10 man defence, although difficult to avoid the rain, and covid-19 always the unknown factor .
  7. We know where we want to be, but a game at a time, even by the seaside will have to do. Morecambe have won away twice coming from behind at Cheltenham and Southend, but at home they conceded 5 against Cambridge, so why is that? For us the state of Mills injury is not known yet, but the squad should be boosted by Pope and Mills, possibly Gibbons, Amoo and Montano. Usually an awkward game but hoping for 3 points, so expect another 0-0
  8. Newly promoted Harrogate Town first time visitors to Vale Park, in 3rd place, so a 6 pointer? Confidence carried over from last season and the bubble will burst? Vale in 2nd place with our best squad for years will surely be too strong or a banana skin awaiting with them building on their 4 goal win at Southend? 3-0 for me and a 3rd clean sheet.
  9. Tough game at Exeter, expected to be in the mix with us when the season ends. Like our first team they were without a mid-week game. A solid point at Salford in their last game, so all set up for a humdinger and a likely draw, but then we do not how the Vale will be set up, who has pushed themselves into the first team, so we could sneak it by the odd goal
  10. Difficult game Fleetwood, League 1 top 6 last season, 3 wins already, but we are also on a long run. The sort of game we need to take in our stride to show our potential. We have plenty of choices for changes in a demanding period. It will be a first defeat for one team, let it be Fleetwood, and onto the 3rd round for the Vale, will Everton await?
  11. The long awaited League K.O. lets show this league we are worthy of promotion. More player options than for many years. So plenty of team options to discuss and still the chance of new faces, Injuries as usual the uncertainty and restriction. So Vale start with a win against Crawley, 3-1 will do me.
  12. An unusual start to a football season, watching or listening to a League Cup game from an armchair. Hopefully not too long before some spectators are allowed into games. There are new players to look out for, with Gibbons injured it is likely that Mills could start, with Pope suspended who will lead the line? Also an opportunity to build up fitness for an eagerly anticipated season. So Vale start as you mean to carry on, with a win.
  13. No Vale games for months then 5 in 15 days, now for Tranmere smarting after their cup defeat by Harrogate. carry on building confidence , match fitness, and cohesion. Snatching wins in injury time installs a strive to the end culture in the team, and excitement for the fans, but the league game on Saturday is the priority, avoiding injury is a must. There is still Wigan and Liverpool u21s to come,, but £10,000 for a win is not to be sniffed at, go for it Vale.
  14. Hi all, As there's going to be a live stream of this game, I am guessing there are going to be plenty of opinions on the match. There's certainly lots to see - potentially three new Vale signings in action since the last live streamed game. So share your views before, during and after the game. For those who want to watch the live stream on Saturday at 3pm the link is -
  15. Is this match being shown tomorrow does anyone know. Thank you in advance.
  16. I hope you will join us at 7:30pm on Wednesday evening to see the full 90 mins of Port Vale vs Barnet. We've got excitement, goals and even real fans in the stands! Just click on the YouTube clip below to set a reminder or click it at 7:30pm on Weds evening to see the premiere. Please add your comments on the game before, during and after the action on this thread. Important note: this clip is 27 years old and deterioration of the tape means there is some poor quality video for a portion of the game. I hope it doesn't spoil the game too much for you!
  17. I'm pleased to create the first "actual" match thread for quite some time even though details are sketchy.of the game appear sketchy... Please can anyone with any more info than me correct me but so far I think: 1. The game takes place on Saturday 2. No idea if it's home or away (but as it's behind closed doors I guess that's not that important) 3. I believe it will be streamed (details will be posted on here when/if available) 4. Anyone feel free to add things like line-ups, goal flashes etc when the game begins I suspect if it is streamed it will be the first chance for
  18. Reminder: our latest vintage full 90 mins #PVFC game kicks off at 7:30pm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VJYLHSdW_w
  19. I've introduced a "mid season break" to the OVF "as live" games. I'm not around next Monday so we're going to take a week's break. If anyone is pining for an old Vale game then you can go to this playlist to see a selection of the other games that have been premiered - https://www.youtube.com/onevalefan
  20. We go back 28 years for our latest match premiere. A Vale side including loanee David Lowe, Ray Walker and Robin van der Laan take on Blackburn Rovers. Note: I've made sure this one actually premieres at the RIGHT time. Join us at 7.30pm on Monday evening to watch the game. Link below...
  21. So, it's time. This is one that I personally have been really looking forward to as I don't think the full 90 mins has been shown anywhere before. It's the final game of 1997-98 and Port Vale need a win from their final game to stay up. Join us at 7.30pm to follow the action:
  22. OK, so it's not as exciting as last week's Huddersfield game, but we'd be delighted if you'd join us for an 1995 trip to Oldham. The premiere starts at 7.30pm tonight...
  23. Following on from the April 1995 Potteries derby (shown last Monday here) is the August 1995 Potteries Derby game. Build-Up: It's the third game of the 1995-96 season and Vale travel to the Victoria Ground in search of their first win of the season. In the Valiants squad is summer signing Jon McCarthy while new signing Andy Hill makes his debut. The game starts at 7.30pm on Monday evening. Visit the URL below to set a reminder -
  24. So our next full Monday night match is the April trip to the Victoria Ground to take on Stoke City. Feel free to discuss the game before, during and after the action... The URL is below. Visit it at 7.30pm on Monday or you can visit it before and set at reminder:
  25. Less than half an hour to go until our full 90 mins premiere of Vale vs Doncaster, 2006. Follow it here from 7.30pm:
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