A look at the numbers from last season
1 - Vale earned one point in their opening match of the season (a 1-1 home draw against Brentford) and finished the season winning a single point away to Peterborough.
2 - It took Vale two attempts to see of League Two outfit Plymouth Argyle in the FA Cup.
3 - When Vale won by three clear goals at Crawley back in October it ended a run of three straight defeats.
Round of the FA Cup before bowing out to Championship opposition, Brighton.th4 - Vale reached the 4
5 - One of the low points of the season has to be the 5-0 defeat by Bristol City at Ashton Gate.
6 - Defender Chris Robertson managed six goals in his first season with the club.
7 - Vale drew seven times in the league – three on home soil and four away from home.
8 - Vale competed in a total of eight cup matches last season
in the first season back in League One with skipper Doug Loft bagging nine goals.th9 - Vale finished 9
10 – Jennison Myrie Williams finished the season with ten assists to his name.
11 - Vale managed to keep a clean sheet in eleven of their league games throughout he season.
12 - Tom Pope weighed in with 12 league goals and added another four in cup competitions.
13 - Vale’s final points tally of 61 points was thirteen short on Peterborough, who finished in the final play-off position.
14 - In all cup competitions last season, Vale hit an impressive 14 goals.
16 - Sam Johnson made 16 first team appearances last season in the absence of Chris Neal.
April – and we’re not joking!st29 – Only 29 Crawley fan made the trip to Vale Park for the meeting between the two teams on 1
51 – Striker Tom Pope made more appearances than any other Vale player last season – 43 league and 8 cup.
69 – the number of times Louis Dodds has come off the bench to play for Vale – Ben Williams has done the same thing 67 times!
81 – Midfielder Anthony Griffith committed more fouls than any other Vale player – 71 in the league and ten in cup competitions.
87 – The number of yellow cards picked up by Vale players in all competitions.
132 - The number of goals seen by Vale supporters who attended all 46 league games last season.
2,281 – That’s how many Vale fans made the short trip to Gresty Road when we faced Crewe Alex back in November, just one more than the number who attended the Wolves game at Molyneux.12,601 - The highest attendance of the a season at Vale Park watched vale lose 3-1 to