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Looking Back at the 2014-15 season

21 May 2015

Port Vale 3 Leyton Orient 0



PortVale 3 Leyton Orient 0 At Vale Park
League One

Attendance: 4,773 including 324 visiting supporters
Saturday 24th October 2014

Vale made it ten points out of twelve at home since Rob Page took over as interim manager, keeping a clean sheet for the first time since the season began as they saw off ten-man Leyton Orient.

The visitors had Darius Henderson sent off in the first half, but that can't be described as a turning point in the game as Vale had already been the better of the two sides in the opening half hour.

Vale's three goals all came in the second half, with Adam Yates lifting the ball into the roof of the net for the opener, and Ben Williamson doubled the advantage just three minutes later.

, and the defender fired in from 15 yards.Adam Yatesminute after Marshall squared the ball inside to rdThe breakthrough came in the 63

 smashed the ball home from 12 yards, giving the home side a two-goal cushion they looked unlikely to relinquish.Ben WilliamsonThree minutes later Vale doubled their lead when 

, who, to the delight of the Vale players and supporters alike turned the ball past his own 'keeper for an own goal.Nathan Clarke minute. Michael O'Connor's free into the box was aimed for N'Guessan, who was putting pressure on thSure enough, they added a third goal in the 79

PORT VALE: Sam Johnson, Louis Dodds, Colin Daniel, Michael Brown, Frederic Veseli, Remie Streete, Dany N'Guessan.SUBS:Chris Neal, Adam Yates, Carl Dickinson, Ryan McGivern, Richard Duffy, Chris Birchall, Ben Wiliamson, Chris Lines, Michael O'Connor, Mark Marshall, Jordan Slew.

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