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Rob Page Calls For Positivity Despite Late Setback

15 April 2015

Vale Boss Reacts To Scunthorpe United Draw

on Tuesday night. injury time equaliser to Scunthorpe Unitedhas called for a positive attitude from his players despite conceding an  Rob PagePort Vale manager 


Richard Duffy had put the Valiants ahead in the first half at Glanford Park and the visitors looked full value for three important points.


But a last gasp Kyle Wootton goal for the Iron meant Vale were forced to settle for a draw which leaves them three points above the Sky Bet League One drop zone.


Speaking to Valiant Player after the contest, 40-year-old Page was disappointed at the result but insisted everyone should remain upbeat.


“I don’t want any negative attitudes, I don’t want a defeatist mentality, I want us to be nice and positive,” he said.


“They’re disappointed, they’re absolutely gutted in there, they’re angry and rightly so and there’s been a few words said.


“What we do now is try and flip it and take the positives out of it.”


CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH VALE BOSS ROB PAGE ON VALIANT PLAYER.





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