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Looking Back at the 2014-15 season

2 June 2015

Bristol City 3 Port Vale 1


Bristol City 3 Port Vale 1 Attendance: 10,890 including 136 visiting supporters
February 2015 th Tuesday 19
Ashton Gate
League One

Despite a spirited Vale display against league leaders Bristol City, Rob Page’s side returned home empty handed following a 3-1 defeat.

smashed in a shot against the underside of the bar from the edge of the box, but there was still every reason to believe Vale could get something from the game.Jay Emmanuel-ThomasVale found themselves trailing when

minute, when the Vale fell further behind thanks to a rather fortuitous second goal for the home side.thHowever, things took a turn for the worse in the 59

Joe Bryanpicked the ball on the left and what looked to be intended for a cross took a wicked deflection off Veseli to send the ball looping over Chris Neal and into the Vale net.

who had time to pick his spot.Matt Smith, minute the home side added a third when a poor back pass by Richard Duffy was intercepted by thIn the 67

A minute later Vale made their third and final substitution when Byron Moore came off the bench for a rare appearance, replacing Chris Birchall.

finally got the goal he had been threatening to get when he fired past Fielding from the edge of the box.Mark Marshall minute when thVale looked down and out trailing by three goals, but they managed to pull one back in the 76

PORT VALE: Sam Johnson, Adam Yates, Ryan McGivern, Chris Lines, Greg Luer, Tommy O’Sullivan, Byron Moore. SUBS: Chris Neal, Carl Dickinson, Chris Robertson, Richard Duffy, Chris Birchall, Tom Pope, Michael O’Connor, Michael Brown, Mark Marshall, Frederic Veseli, Achille Campion.  

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