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Looking Back at the 2014-15 season

20 May 2015

Port Vale 2 Scunthorpe United 2

LOOKING BACK AT THE 2014-2015 SEASON


Port Vale 2 Scunthorpe United 2 League One

At Vale Park

Attendance: 3,590 including 145 visiting supporters
Tuesday 21st October 2014

to fire past Chris Neal to stun the home crowd.Neal BishopThe visitors took an early lead when Luke O’Neill beat Carl Dickinson on the Vale left before crossing into the box and in came

to nip in ahead of Scunthorpe ‘keeper Bobby Olejnik to steer a header inside the near post.Ben WilliamsonThree minutes later Vale were back in it. Vale winger Mark Marshall was the provider, crossing in from the left for

the ‘keeper’s legs.  was on hand to smash home the loose ball betweenChris Birchall minute when the ball fell invitingly for Adam Yates to have a shot from outside the area and although his effort was saved, thVale finally got their noses in front in the 70

Three minutes later the visitors went down to ten men following a foul on Chris Lines by former Vale winger Jennison Myrie-Williams, who was promptly shown a yellow card, his second of the game, quickly followed by a red.

jumped high above the home defence to head home a right wing cross.Lyle Taylorwhen minute thDespite their numerical disadvantage, the visitors levelled in the 79

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


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