Port Vale

It’s Three Wins On The Bounce For ‘Super Vale Away’

Vale shock high-flying Exeter to take the three points Tom Pope’s sixth goal in four games since Neil Aspin took charge was enough to secure a third win on the bounce for the Valiants, beating third placed Exeter City on their home soil. A win for the home side would have seen the Grecians take […]

PREVIEW: Exeter City v Port Vale

Vale face the Grecians at St James Park this weekend Confidence is bound to be high around the camp after two consecutive victories, but Vale boss *Neil Apsin is keen to make sure feet are firmly on the ground ahead of the trip to St James Park this weekend. The players will need to be […]

Port Vale Supporters Charged Following Public Order Offences

Fifteen Port Vale supporters have been investigated by Staffordshire Police Football Unit for their part in committing football offences and disorder at Port Vale FC. Eight of the supporters were charged with a variety of offences ranging from public order to throwing objects onto the pitch. Four men were found guilty of football related offences […]

Vale fans in upbeat mood

Vale supporters in upbeat mood We recently asked a selection of die-hard Vale supporters their opinions on things Vale-related Jean Jackson, from Oakhill, follows Vale home and away. She has been a programme contributor and proof reader for a number of years and is very knowledgeable about the club Mark Porter, from Kidsgrove, has followed […]

REPORT: Port Vale v Cheltenham Town

  MATCH REPORT Port Vale 3 Cheltenham Town 1 Vale’s wait for a first home win since the beginning of April and their first three points since the opening game of the season finally came to an end when Neil Aspin’s side saw of Cheltenham Town. A goal in each half from striker Tom Pope […]

PREVIEW – Port Vale v Cheltenham Town

MATCH PREVIEW – Port Vale v Cheltenham Town Vale face a difficult home match against mid-table Cheltenham this weekend, but confidence is growing and there is a belief Vale can get three points from the game. That is not being disrespectful to Saturday’s visitors, it is more of a belief that things have started improving […]

REPORT: Port Vale v Grimsby Town

Vale let lead slip and drop a place in the table New Vale boss Neil Aspin saw first-hand the size of the task ahead of him when, despite a decent Port Vale performance, his side let a lead slip and dropped all three points against Grimsby Town. The defeat, coupled with a point gained away […]

PREVIEW – Vale v Grimsby Town

Vale go in search of a win against the Mariners The news about Neil Aspin and John Rudge has given everybody associated with the club a massive lift and has given the supporters the belief that their club can gets itself out of the mess it is in – just don’t expect instant success. We […]

Tough task ahead for the new boss say Vale fans

We recently asked a selection of die-hard Vale supporters their opinions on things Vale-related Ally Simcock, from Stoke, is on the national council of the Football Supporters’ Council and is a support liaison officer at Port Vale and former Chair of the Supporters’ Club. Dan Beech, from Burslem, is a Vale fan of 30 years […]

PREVIEW: Stevenage v Port Vale

PREVIEW: Stevenage v Port Vale Vale face another long away trip this weekend, probably feeling a little down after their recent mini revival came to a halt when they were beaten at home by promotion-seeking Accrington Stanley in midweek. Perhaps Vale would prefer to be on their travels – after all, they haven’t managed to […]