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  1. 2 unbeaten teams, 1 with 7 points, 1 with 3, thus a need to make more of our chances. Confidence is the key to scoring, we will need at least 2 or 3 goals as we know what to expect from FGR. So I would keep our recent scorer Bennett in the starting line-up, and hopefully grab the 3 points.
  2. Keep a winning team, builds confidence and cohesion, unfortunately Monty may not be fit but I am still hopeful. Onwards and upwards Vale, seize your chances early and wrap up the game like the local fish and chips, no need for late goal antics then.
  3. A Massive Wall of Black and Gold, Surely a wonderful sight to behold Super Vale are here today, Many more were turned away A new ground for the Vale, hoping for goals in open play, but much depends on taking our chances. Obviously we would be more confident with Manny on the pitch but can Monty fill the gap? Whether someone can be brought in before Saturday is doubtful so a reversion to our league set-up or minor tweak is most likely. Be brave go for 3 points.
  4. An opportunity to play football and build confidence? One thing is sure it will not be a repeat of the Brewers last LC away score, 9-0 at Man City. Always the chance of a Prem team in the next round. As for our team, Manny`s hamstring is again a concern, maybe explore our forward options and rest Pope for Salford. Not an easy game, their No9 Broadhead bagged 2 goals in their away win at the Gills on Sat, I fancy a penalty shoot-out, any bodies guess then..
  5. First home game of the New Era, and with a bumper gate to show our appreciation to Carol and Kevin Shanahan the new owners of Port Vale. Any team changes expected to suit the Cobblers style? .League positions are mainly built from home points, one of our failings last season, So with the boost of an away point at Colchester, we must be confident of three points with a more attacking style.
  6. Welcome to the New Era, the first league game in the long journey to where we belong, well at least a more hopeful future. Layer Road a long trip and usually a hard game, but with a more hopeful atmosphere around the club, why not a draw or even a win. Teams are not usually settled in August with new players so why not?,
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