Port Vale’s eagerly anticipted FA Cup third round trip to FA Cup holders Manchester City is not one of the six FA Cup third round TV picks.
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Port Vale have been involved in many notable FA Cup games over the years including a visit to the semi-final in 1954. Notable upsets include cup wins over Blackpool, Sunderland, Tottenham Hotspur, Everton, Derby County and Southampton.
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Port Vale co-owner Carol Shanahan has assessed the impact of Vale’s money-spinning FA Cup third round tie against Manchester City.
Port Vale will earn a huge payday and the chance of a massive giantkilling after being drawn away against Premier League giants Manchester City.
Port Vale defeated Cheltenham Town 3-1 thanks to a dramatic Tom Pope hat-trick to set up a potentially lucrative third round FA Cup tie. Here are the views on the Vale fans on the OVF forum.
Port Vale have been drawn away against Milton Keynes in the first round of the 2019-20 FA Cup competition.
Here are a selection of images from Port Vale’s 0-0 FA Cup fifth round draw with Watford on 20th February 1988.
With Vale’s next game in the FA Cup – our writer ponders whether it’s an important fixture or merely a game to get out of the way.
Port Vale’s FA Cup second round game against Yeovil Town will be played on a Saturday but the Bycars stand will be shut during the game.
It seems remarkable that after assembling such a large squad, Vale will be short of personnel in key areas on Sunday.
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OVF research shows that Port Vale’s FA Cup record on Sundays is appalling – with the club last winning a game twenty eight years ago.
Port Vale have been drawn at home against Hartlepool United in the second round of the FA Cup.
OVF editor Rob Fielding wonders if the FA Cup game against Stevenage is the time for Vale to rely on proven experience over potential.
Reports in national newspapers on Tuesday suggest that the Premier League are attempting to change the FA Cup competition. They must be stopped.
Yes it really is eighteen years ago since that night of “biscuit tins”, Wayne Corden, Allen Tankard, penalty shootouts and cup drama.
A clearly furious Rob Page says his players “let themselves down and the club down” and that he was “very angry” with the performance.