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A Look at Today's Hosts

14 September 2019

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OUR regular look inside Argyle's next opponents and it's the turn of Port Vale ahead of today's clash in Sky Bet League Two.

Fixture
Sky Bet League Two
Port Vale v Argyle
Vale Park
Saturday, September 14, 2019
3pm

Match Referee
Marc Edwards

Contact
Port Vale Football Club
Vale Park
Hamil Road
Burslem
Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire
ST6 1AW
01782 655800
www.port-vale.co.uk
www.facebook.com/OFFICIALPORTVALE
www.twitter.com/OfficialPVFC
enquiries@port-vale.co.uk

League Position
14th in Sky Bet League Two

Last Five Results
Saturday, September 7
Sky Bet League Two
Newport County 1
Matt 77
Port Vale 0

Tuesday, September 3
Leasing.com Trophy
Port Vale 2
Amoo pen 63, Archer 75
Shrewsbury Town 1
Kennedy og 27

Saturday, August 31
Sky Bet League Two
Port Vale 1
Davies og 84
Cambridge United 0

Saturday, August 24
Sky Bet League Two
Grimsby Town 5
Cook 20, Ogbu 51, Green 57, Waterfall 80, Hanson 86
Port Vale 2
Whitehouse og 13, Smith 62

Tuesday, August 20
Sky Bet League Two
Port Vale 2
Bennett 4, Amoo 34
Forest Green Rovers 1
Mills 6

Next Game
Tuesday, September 17
Sky Bet League Two
Exeter City v Port Vale

Leading Scorer
David Amoo & Richard Bennett - 2

Last Trip to Port Vale
January 5, 2014
FA Cup Third Round
Port Vale 2
Tomlin 15, Pope 36
Argyle 2
Reid 51, Purrington 74

Manager – John Askey
Despite coming through the youth ranks at Port Vale, Askey spent virtually his entire playing career at Macclesfield, helping the club win promotion into the Football League. Askey worked for a year as Macclesfield manager in 2003 before moving into a coaching role. He became manager for a second time in 2013 and did a brilliant job in leading the Silkmen back into League Two. After a spell in charge at Shrewsbury, Askey became Vale manager in February 2019.

Pre-Match View
“Plymouth have some good players, but so do we. There's no point pretending this is an easy game, they are among the favourites to go up and will be backed by a big following.” - Port Vale captain Tom Pope


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