Port Vale will be looking to put recent results behind them as they focus on the upcoming FA Cup First Round clash with Stevenage.“We will do everything we can to put it right because something is just not right at the start of games,” he added.
"We didn’t start well and went 2-0 down, and we didn’t start today and went 3-0 down, and its something that we have got to put right.
just another slow start. It was the same last week against Oxford. Defender Remie Streete spoke to Valiant PlayerHD after the game about the team’s poor start:“It was
Vale fell to a 3-1 defeat away at Bolton Wanderers this past weekend.
The former Newcastle man found it hard to put his finger on the cause of their slow starts: “IHe continued: “Maybe we are going into games thinking that our good start to the season is just going to continue, but its not going to happen. The teams will do their homework on us, and we still have a lot to do in order to improve.”
feel that we started the season well, and maybe we’re beginning to think that we are good side before we are a good side.
Port Vale now have a short break from league football, with their next two games coming in the FA Cup and the Checkatrade Trophy, respectively. Something that Streete sees as less than ideal: “Ideally we will have another league game to put it right. It would be nice to have a good cup run, but first and foremost it is about the league and getting one of those play-off spots.”
Furthermore, the centre-back is aware of their next run of league games, and is hopeful that Vale can get their season back on track: “We have good run coming up in the league, where on paper, it looks like we can pick up some points. But no matter who we play we need to improve.”