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Port Vale FC have been involved in a number of matches and player transfers with Stoke City. Here are all related stories from our archives.
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Stoke City manager Michael O’Neill has appeared to rule out an unlikely Stoke move for out of contract Port Vale defender Nathan Smith.
WATCH: for the fourth of our “as live” screenings of classic Port Vale games, we take a trip back to 1992 and an FA Cup clash with Stoke City
The Valiants have had some excellent recent results against the Potters – but how many of the last ten Vale goalscorers can you name in five minutes. Take our quiz…
A Home Office government report says that the Football League Trophy had the highest arrest rate of any domestic competition last season.
Port Vale have announced that an agreement has been reached with neighbours Stoke City over damage to the Vale Park ground during the Checkatrade Trophy tie.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite says he has contacted Stoke City FC about the estimated £100,000 damage to the away stand but has yet to receive a definite answer back.
The Sentinel newspaper reports that Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite estimates damage caused by Stoke City fans could cost as much as £100,000 to repair.
The shameful scenes at Vale Park on Tuesday evening have been picked up on by the national and international media.
The sheer idiocy of the hooligans involved in disorder at the game between Port Vale and Stoke City U21 has been revealed by Staffordshire Police.
According to reports, Port Vale ground staff have estimated that around 200 seats were damaged in last night’s Checkatrade Trophy game against Stoke City U21.
Port Vale have announced ticket information their controversial Checkatrade Trophy clash against a Stoke City U21 side.
In this 1988 edition of Shoot magazine, Port Vale were featured due to their epic cup run. This edition ran just before Vale’s fifth round clash with Watford and featured a fascinating revelation from Phil Sproson on how close he came to joining neighbours Stoke City.
That man Ian Bogie scores once again to secure Port Vale’s double over Stoke City in the 1995/6 season.