After the hectic festive schedule Port Vale have had, you’d think the last thing that could be leveled at the side is that they are well rested – but the facts don’t seem to have stopped Graham Westley whingeing after his side’s defeat to the Valiants.
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It wasn’t a classic by any stretch of the imagination but Port Vale defender James Gibbons says “three points is three points” after Vale’s away victory over Stevenage.
You can watch highlights of Port Vale’s narrow victory over Stevenage on Saturday afternoon.
Port Vale manager John Askey says the narrow win over Stevenage “gets us going again” after the side recorded their first win of 2020.
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Well, let’s look at it this way… after the defeats to Manchester City and Salford City, at least Vale won’t exit any cup competition at Stevenage. Yes, it’s back to the nitty-gritty of League Two for the Valiants.
Port Vale manager John Askey was disappointed with match referee Peter Wright during the 1-1 home draw with Stevenage at the weekend.
Stevenage manager Mark Sampson said Port Vale “are a real clever team when they play at home” as he welcomed the 1-1 draw at Vale Park on Saturday.
Can Port Vale bounce back from a poor away performance at Macclesfield and record three points at Vale Park against visitors Stevenage?
Port Vale striker Tom Pope has said he’d “rather retire” than engage in Stevenage’s time wasting tactics.
Port Vale manager John Askey says the bigger picture is that the Valiants are safe from relegation despite a 4-1 home loss to Stevenage.
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Port Vale supporters say the team’s performance hit a new low after a poor away loss to Stevenage..
Port Vale’s coaching staff may want to pin this to Bruno Ribeiro’s office wall – Stevenage’s “managerial adviser” says that “non-British” coaches “don’t understand how much of a tradition the FA Cup is in England”.
Port Vale are reducing the ticket prices for Saturday’s FA Cup first round tie against Stevenage.
OVF editor Rob Fielding wonders if the FA Cup game against Stevenage is the time for Vale to rely on proven experience over potential.