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20160620_GLANCE BACK WALSALL

20 June 2016

We look back at each match from the 2015-2016 season



A GLANCE BACK – GAME 29


Walsall 0 Port Vale 2

At The Banks’s Stadium

December 2015thSunday 20

League One

Attendance: 4,436 including 400 visiting supporters

 

Vale made the shirt trip back down the M6 empty-handed, despite bossing for large periods of the game at the Banks’s Stadium, after Walsall substitute Jordan Cook struck twice in the second half.

minute and there was no coming back for the Valiants.rd minute, when he was attempting to bring the ball out from the Vale box and towards the halfway line presented the home side with a chance they had been waiting for and Cook struck from close range. Cook netted again in the 83rdAfter going in at half time on level terms, Vale began the second period well on top and could count themselves a little unfortunate not to get the goal their play deserved. But a slip by Anthony Grant in the 63

 

 WALSALL:: Sam Mantom, James Baxendale, Liam Roberts, Matt Preston, Reece Flanagan, Jordan Cook, Liam KinsellaSUBSNeil Etheridge, Jason Demetriou, Andy Taylor, James O’Connor, Paul Downing, Adam Chembers, Romaine Sawyers, Anthony Forde, Milan Lalkovic, Kieron Morris, George Evans.

 

PORT VALE: Chris Neal, Remie Streete, Uche Ikpeazu, Sam Foley, Colin Daniel, JJ Hooper, Chris BirchallSUBS: Jak Alnwick, Ben Purkiss, Richard Duffy, Ryan McGivern, Adam Yates, Byron Moore, Anthony Grant, Michael O’Connor, Sam Kelly, Louis Dodds, Ajay Leitch-Smith.  

 

Have you purchased your season ticket yet? Don’t miss out on what could be a BIG season for the Vale with the Club hoping to build on last season’s success.


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