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20 hours ago

Gilbey banned for U's

Colchester UnitedColchester United
Port ValePort Vale
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Colchester will be without Alex Gilbey for Saturday's League One clash with Port Vale due to suspension.

The 19-year-old midfielder is forced to miss one game after picking up his fifth booking of the season at Swindon last week.

Frankie Kent sat out that 2-2 draw at the County Ground due to suffering a head injury in the previous win over Chesterfield but is fit again.

Tony Humes faces a selection poser up front after Rhys Healey made it four goals in six games when getting the nod ahead of regular...

 By PA Sport
2 days ago

Port Vale name Rob Page as permanent boss

Port Vale have confirmed the appointment of caretaker manager Rob Page on a full time basis.

The former Wales international had been placed in temporary charge since the departure of Micky Adams in September, but will now remain in control at least until the end of the season.

Since taking the reigns at Vale Park, the 40-year-old has overseen impressive wins over Barnsley, Yeovil and Leyton Orient.

Page said on the club's website: "I am really pleased. I had a conversation with the chairman and he...

6 days ago

Vale relish Henderson's red

Port ValePort Vale
Leyton OrientLeyton Orient
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Port Vale claimed a comfortable 3-0 victory over Leyton Orient after the visitors had Darius Henderson sent off in the first-half.

Effort far outweighed quality in the dull opening stages before Vale twice went close to taking a 29th-minute lead.

Gary Woods saved a 30-yard drive from Ryan McGivern and the Orient goalkeeper then deflected Chris Lines' shot against a post.

But the O's were really up against it a minute later when Henderson was shown a straight red card for elbowing Vale defender Richard...

Oct 21, 2014

Iron bottom out after draw

Port ValePort Vale
Scunthorpe UnitedScunthorpe United
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Scunthorpe's 10 men came from behind to earn a valuable point but still slid to the foot of the table after a 2-2 draw at Port Vale.

The visitors took a fourth-minute lead when Luke O'Neill skinned Carl Dickinson to cross from the right and Neal Bishop steered a right-footed shot inside the near post from six yards.

But Vale levelled three minutes later with Ben Williamson getting in front of Scunthorpe goalkeeper Bobby Olejnik to glide in a six-yard header from Mark Marshall's left-wing cross.

Both...

Oct 18, 2014

Preston sink 10-man Vale

Preston North EndPreston North End
Port ValePort Vale
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Goals from Paul Gallagher and Alan Browne extended Preston's unbeaten run to five games with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Port Vale.

The visitors had much of the early possession but failed to make it count and promotion-chasing Preston proved too clinical in the end.

Michael O'Connor came close twice for Vale, as did Mark Marshall who saw a shot brush a post after beating Scott Wiseman down the left-hand side.

But the hosts began to grow into the game as the first half progressed and Joe Garner saw...