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Looking Back at the 2014-15 season

14 May 2015

Port Vale 0 Bristol City 3


Port Vale 0 Bristol City 3 Attendance: 4,050 including 421 visiting supporters
Tuesday 16th September 2014
At Vale Park
League One

Vale looked drained of confidence and their poor run of form continued as they fell to a sixth consecutive defeat in all competitions as League One leaders Bristol City took the three points home with them from Vale Park.

was on hand to knock the ball in at the back post to put the visitors in the driving seat.Aaron Abraham minute. Aden Flint got up well to meet a cross from the right by Freeman and watched as his header struck the crossbar, but thThe Robins’ top goal scorer Aaron Wilbraham put the visitors ahead in the 13

minute to effectively put the game beyond Vale’s rose unchallenged to head down and into the net in the 61Aden FlintThree minutes into the second half the visitors increased their lead when the ball was chipped back across goal and

, who slammed home his second and the visitors’ third goal.Aaron WilbrahamBristol made certain of victory when ball was punted forward and Ryan McGivern’s attempt to head back to his ‘keeper was intercepted by a grateful

After six consecutive defeats something had to happen to change Vale’s fortunes around, and the departure of Micky Adams left the way clear for Rob Page to stake his claim on the hot seat.

PORT VALE: Adam Yates, Louis Dodds, Ben Williamson, Steven Jennings, Byron Moore, Mark Marshall, Jordan Slew SUBS: Chris Neal, Frederic Veseli, Richard Duffy, Carl Dickinson, Ryan McGivern, Chris Birchall, Michael Brown, Michael O’Connor, Chris Lines, Colin Daniel, Tom Pope.  

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