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Looking Back at the 2014-15 season

16 May 2015

Bradford City 1 Port Vale 1


Bradford City 1 Port Vale 1 Attendance: 12,703 including 300 visiting supporters
Saturday 27th September 2014
At The Coral Windows Stadium
League One

Vale picked up a well-deserved point at the Coral Windows Stadium holding Bradford City to a 1-1 draw after bossing much of the game.

minute.thRob Page stuck to the same staring eleven who had ended Vale’s run of six defeats on the bounce with a home win against Barnsley and he seemed to be vindicated when his side took the lead in the 12

After a decent run by Jordan Slew, the ball ran to Louis Dodds, whose shot struck a Bradford City hand.

to take full advantage, which he did, firing low to the ‘keeper’s left, with goalkeeper Pickford diving the wrong way.Chris LinesThe referee had no hesitation in pointing to the spot and it was up to

planted the free kick in the top right hand corner of the net, beyond the stretched hands of Chris Neal – ironically it was Bradford’s first shot on target.Mark YeatesThe Bantams levelled in first half stoppage time when

The home side came out for the second half all guns blazing, but Vale managed to keep them at bay and were well worth a share of the spoils by the time the final whistle blew.

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

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