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Looking Back at the 2014-15 season

12 June 2015

Scunthorpe United 1 Port Vale 1


Scunthorpe United 1 Port Vale 1 Attendance: 3,002 including 273 visiting supporters
Tuesday 14th April 2015
Glanford Park
League One

minute.thAfter ending a losing streak with a point at home to high-flying MK Dons in their previous game, Vale again added a point to their total, but they will surely feel they had deserved all three, again conceding a goal in the 95

minute.rd became the first Vale player to score at Glanford Park and the first to score away at Scunthorpe for almost thirty years when he put the Vale ahead in the 43Richard DuffyVale once again defended well as a team and looked like they would be rewarded for their efforts when

The home side looked well beaten as the game went on and their supporters vented their fury on their own players as they struggled to hurt Vale where it mattered.

The home side did go close on a few occasions in the second half, but a Vale victory looked an almost certainty, that was until deep into stoppage time when for the second away game on the trot, Rob Page’s side fell to a goal deep into stoppage time.

headed home from close range.Kyle WoottonThe fourth official had indicated there would be four minutes of added time, and five minutes after the ninety, the home side got the equaliser when

It was an important away point for the Valiants, yet it felt more like a defeat in the circumstances. What it did mean though was that Vale had started a mini unbeaten run.

PORT VALE: Sam Johnson, Adam Yates, Chris Birchall, Tommy O’Sullivan, Mohamed Coulibaly, Colin Daniel, Chris Robertson.SUBS: Chris Neal, Fredi Veseli, Richard Duffy, Neill Collins, Carl Dickinson, Louis Dodds, Michael Brown, Michael O’Connor, Mark Marshall, Ben Williamson, Achille Campion.  

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