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Port Vale right-back Connell Rawlinson may have played European football, but it is the derby win over Crewe which he insists is his “best moment in football”.
Rawlinson previously turned out for Welsh Premier League side The New Saints in the Champions League before making the switch to Vale Park over the summer.
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Port Vale boss Neil Aspin says his side’s season has been a disappointment no matter what happens against promotion-chasing Mansfield this weekend.
The Valiants currently sit nine points clear of the drop zone with three games left to play this season, and though he admits ending on a high would be good for the fans, nothing can take away from the disappointment of their relegation scrap.
It was a busy Monday night for Vale’s Esport team as they played four games in a row, two of which were in the European Cup Quarter Finals.
The night started brilliantly for the Valiants. A comfortable 3-1 win over Strenua FC in the Premier Cup looked to set the mood for the rest of the evening.
In a highly anticipated clash, Port Vale Esports battled to a 2-2 draw against GGG Esport despite losing a man in the opening ten minutes due to connection issues.
Vale came off the back of a disappointing draw against bottom of the league side Belgian warriors on Tuesday night, and they came out looking for an improved performance.
Port Vale lose yet another player to injury as their fight for relegation survival continues. Neil Aspin has confirmed the worst for Vale, as the severity of Cristian Montano’s injury suggests he will be absent for the remainder of the season.
Port Vale Manager Neil Aspin is looking for his players to be “brave” ahead of their clash with Wycombe on Saturday (3pm).
Vale will be looking to get the vital points they need to send them further up the table, away from the relegation zone.
Under-fire Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has challenged angry Port Vale fans to raise more than £800,000 if they want him to leave the club before the end of the season.
Port Vale’s winless run extended to 13 games as Exeter won 1-0 at Vale Park to deepen relegation fears.
Following their 2nd half comeback against Stevenage, manager Neil Aspin made two changes to his starting line-up. At the back Kyle Howkens replaced Joe Davis and up front Tyrone Barnett replaced Marcus Harness.