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Looking Back at the 2014-15 season

15 June 2015

Port Vale 0 Fleetwood Town 2

LOOKING BACK AT THE 2014-2015 SEASON

Port Vale 0 Fleetwood Town 2 Attendance: 5,355 including 165 visiting supporters
Sunday 3rd May 2015
Vale Park
League One

With League One football already ensured for the 2015-16 season thanks to an away win at Huish Park the previous week, it was nevertheless a disappointing end to the season at Vale Park as visitors Fleetwood Town prevented Vale from finishing on a high, taking all three points from the game.

minute after Michael Brown was brought down 25 yards from goal. A curling free kick taken by Michael O’Connor wasn’t too far off target.thThe nearest Vale came to opening the scores came in the 16

connected to volley the ball past Chris Neal from 15 yards out.Josh MorrisA minute later though Vale were caught out when David Ball sent the ball into the Vale box from the right and

was on hand to prod the ball over the line.Mark RobertsSeven minutes later the visitors doubled their lead when David Ball nodded down a right wing corner and

Despite all their pressing early on, Vale didn’t quite have the necessary cutting edge and at times it looked like too many of the players were already on the beach.

minute when Tom Pope got on the end of a right wing corner taken by O’Sullivan, forcing Fleetwood ‘keeper Chris Maxwell to claw the ball away from under his crossbar.rdVale kept plugging away and they almost pulled a goal back in the 83

drilled a low 25 yard drive through a sea of bodies. The ball took a slight deflection on its way into the back of the net.Michael O’ConnorThree minutes into stoppage time Vale finally pulled a goal back when

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


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