Vale Need To Defend Well On First Trip To Ricoh Says Winger
thinks Port Vale must be wary of a potentially resurgent Coventry City on Saturday but believes the Valiants have it in their locker to win at the Ricoh Arena. Mark MarshallWinger
Tony Mowbray was presented as the Sky Blues’ new manager on Tuesday and will take charge of the club for the first time against Vale this weekend.
at Vale Park midweek.lost to Oldham Athletic respectively, but Notts County and at Walsall away games, Sky Bet League One’s side has won its previous two Rob Page
, 27-year-old Marshall insisted Vale will have to defend resolutely against Mowbray’s men.Valiant PlayerSpeaking exclusively to
“He [Mowbray] is a high profile manager as well, it’s a big club,” he said. “He’s going to want a reaction from the players and the players are going to want to show him what they can do.
“So their tails are going to be up and I’m certain there are going to be points in the game where we are going to be up against it but we’ve just got to be resolute like we’ve shown at Walsall and Notts County and defend and hit them on the counter attack.
“Hopefully we can keep another clean sheet, score a goal and get the three points.”
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