Port Vale 2-1 Everton FA Cup fourth round replay, February 13th, 1996
Port Vale 2-1 Everton
After a stunning draw at Goodison Park, John Rudge’s side took Everton back to Vale Park for a replay to be played on Valentine’s Day. At the start of the match a banner carried by a mascot gave a premonition of the outcome as it read Roses are red, violets are blue, Everton one, Port Vale two what followed was one of the most complete Vale performances ever seen…
This special section also contains some articles about the initial 2-2 away draw at Goodison Park too.
In this special feature from onevalefan.co.uk we have previews, video, images, press clippings, quotes, match reports and much more…
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It set up one of the most fondly remembered games in Port Vale history – here’s how the press saw the Valiants’ famous FA Cup replay win in the FA Cup fourth round, 1996.
It set up one of the most fondly remembered games in Port Vale history – here’s how the press saw the Valiants’ draw at Goodison Park in the FA Cup fourth round, 1996.
Port Vale v Everton matchday programme: we leaf through the pages of a programme from a famous Port Vale game – this copy signed by John Rudge.
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