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  1. 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
  2. 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...
  3. 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:
  4. 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...
  5. 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 -
  6. 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:
  7. Less than half an hour to go until our full 90 mins premiere of Vale vs Doncaster, 2006. Follow it here from 7.30pm:
  8. Well, we are finding the net more regularly now, but ours is more open. Sort it Vale, although hampered by injuries. Let's have a 3-0 win at the Fortress.
  9. You can watch the full 90 mins from 7.30pm on Monday evening. Feel free to discuss the game before, during and after Monday's premiere. Here's the link (ahead of Monday you can set a reminder):
  10. Join us on Monday evening for the League Cup tie at Anfield in 1991. Over 7,000 Vale fans would make the trip but would it be a memorable night? The URL to go to at 7.30pm is:
  11. It's a stonking game and I think it's the first time the whole ninety minutes has been shown to an audience as it's only been available before on VHS (not on TV) so I hope you enjoy. It finished 1-1 at Vale Park - can the Valiants add another famous cup scalp at the Baseball Ground? The URL for the premiere at 7.30pm is -
  12. The latest game is from 1998. It features the likes of Gareth Ainsworth for Vale and Robin van der Laan for Barnsley. It premieres on YouTube on Monday at 7.30pm. The URL if you want to set a reminder is
  13. Port Vale are off to the Goldstone Ground for the final game of the 1993-94 season. Watch the entire 90 minutes on Monday evening from 7.30pm. The URL to go to will be - https://youtu.be/Fj-jkYSFmA0 You can also set yourself a reminder through the above URL.
  14. Monday's as-live full Port Vale game is the 1995 match between Port Vale and Tranmere Rovers. If you haven't seen it before, it's a good one! Please use this thread to discuss the game before, during and after the showing. The live URL to watch the game will also be posted on here at 7.30pm on Monday
  15. It's a "big" classic match replay on Monday as Vale take on rivals Stoke in an FA Cup replay in 1992. We'll have the whole 90 mins on our YouTube channel complete with the Sky Sports coverage of the game. Please use this thread to share your thoughts before, during and after the action. (the link will be posted on here when the game goes live at 7.30pm Monday)
  16. I suspect this one will be a dour match with no goals and little drama... tune in to the OVF YouTube channel at 7.30pm to find out. A link will be posted on here when it is live... NOTE: Sound quality on this one is NOT great due to the age and deterioration of the VHS tape
  17. So we're hours away from the full re-run of the 1996 FA Cup replay against Everton at Vale Park. So, that's the whole 90 minutes broadcast as live. It's showing on the OVF YouTube channel at 7.30pm. It will be a "premiere" performance so we'll all be watching it at the same point, at the same time. So please do come on here and share your thoughts as the game unfolds. Can't make it at 7.30pm tonight? After the premiere ends the whole thing will be available to watch on YouTube. Hope you're looking forward to it as much as I am...
  18. As you may have read here - https://www.onevalefan.co.uk/2020/04/classic-vale-game-watch-the-1993-autoglass-trophy-final-in-full-on-monday-evening/ - OVF is running the full 90 minutes of the Autoglass Trophy final this evening so I'm doing a match thread as we haven't had one for a while. Please feel free to discuss the match before, during and after the action. I think it will be especially nice to share a few thoughts after the footage has aired. I have obviously already watched it while I prepared the clip and it brought back a lot of memories of things I'd forgotten so I think there will be discussion of who played well, the atmosphere, the ref's performance and so on...
  19. . Surely our greatest ever challenge, Prem Champions for the last 2 seasons. Although we have taken FA Cup holders in our stride in the past, Man City are at a standard never attempted before, for many of the Vale their biggest crowd. Enjoy the day, raise our game, and make us proud. Hoping for a sensible score, miracles take a little longer. Hopefully we have avoided injuries against Macc. Motivation should not be a problem, awe and nerves more of a concern.
  20. First part of a home double header, a chance to firm up the POs with 6 points. L2 leading draw specialists meet 15 draws each, surely the time to do the bookies a favour with a resounding win. Tight game expected Crawley`s 4 games unbeaten against our 8. Hoping for a dry weather period to ease the strain of playing 2 home games together, also a chance of rotation of the players by Askey. Taylor @ Monty available? Time to start putting more chances away to establish our challenge. 3-1 to the Vale
  21. Another toughie, a 6 pointer, and hopeful of better weather. Pope back at some time, if not the start, to bring back memories of his hat-trick to unsettle their defence. Clarke back from suspension, different role for Monty, and options galore without upsetting the team cohesion. 7 games unbeaten for us, Cheltenham 5 wins on the trot since a defeat to Scunthorpe, so banker draw or a 2nd great win at Cheltenham for us. Maybe the chance of another meeting or two to come as well.
  22. 6 home games left, we need 4 wins and 2 draws to give us a PO chance with some away points as well. Just a 3 pointer, a continuation of excellent home form is required. Askey will be expecting nothing less, and revenge for a defeat at their place. A few tweaks, apart from any injuries, to contain or exploit the opposition, with plenty of options on the bench now available are to be expected. Hoping for decent weather, high press play, and 3 goals
  23. We are on our way up, but no easing up, keep the winning run going at the Saddlers, who are not to be taken lightly after they came back to win from 2-0 down against the Cobblers, whilst we were majestically sweeping Colchester aside. Selection decisions for Askey, keep the shirt after a rousing victory, or rotate a little. Gibbons in contention for his attacking skills? Another 3 goals please for SVA`s mighty presence.
  24. Welcome to all our returning mates about to see what they have been missing. Huge game, another 6-pointer, hopefully many more to follow. Let`s carry on with our winning momentum after 2 hard fought away wins.. Colchester unexpectedly lost last night, Vernam`s hat trick worth studying to see their weakness? A couple of reds, Pope and Clarke, at FGR means a shuffle, but at least we have options nowadays, first view of Oyeleke at VP this year as he gains match fitness. 3-1 to keep in the mix and move at least one place up, above Prosser`s Colchester, more if others slip up.
  25. After the super result at the Cobblers in difficult conditions, let`s firm up our PO challenge at Forest Green. Another 6-pointer although they have struggled to maintain their challenge recently. 4 home defeats on the trot could focus them, so not easy, but with plenty of choice in our ranks we should cope. Gibbons suspended for 2 games, Clarke to switch to the right? Amoo, if fit , and Taylor in with a chance? Minimum change is my preference. Vale to win by 2 goals? Easier on the nerves, but teams that can see out odd goal wins can take the pressure, so quite happy with 2-1.
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