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Looking Back at the 2014-15 season

3 June 2015

Walsall 0 Port Vale 1


Walsall 0 Port Vale 1 Attendance: 4,503 including 723 visiting supporters
Saturday 14th February 2015
The Banks's Stadium
League One

A great afternoon’s work saw Vale not only record a rare away win at Walsall, but that much coveted clean sheet, their first since the blank against Rochdale back in November.

Ryan Inniss came in for his debut at the heart of the Vale defence after joining the club on loan from Crystal Palace, and he certainly made a difference.

February, but it wasn’t exactly a Valentine’s Day massacre. There was, however, much love being shown amongst the Vale supporters behind the goal when Vale got their noses in front.thThe game was played on 14

minute when a long ball from Inniss was knocked into Williamson’s cross by Pope, but although the Vale striker got inside the box he was prevented from getting in a shot.thVale went close in the 28

and there was much too much power on it for Richard O’Donnell in the Saddlers’ goal to do anything about it.Tom Pope,Less than thirty seconds later the visitors were in front when a left wing cross from skipper Carl Dickinson was met by the head of

When the final whistle was blown after a full five minutes of stoppage time, there were no red roses, but plenty of huge grins, with a sprinkling of relief as Vale took the prize.

PORT VALE: Adam Yates, Ryan McGivern, Chris Birchall, Chris Lines, Greg Luer, Tommy O’Sullivan, Sam Johnson SUBS: Chris Neal, Fredi Veseli, Chris Robertson, Ryan Inniss, Carl Dickinson, Byron Moore, Michael Brown, Michael O’Connor, Mark Marshall, Ben Williamson, Tom Pope.  

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