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Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has claimed football is killing itself after seeing his side receive two red cards in their FA Cup defetat at Yeovil.
Vale crashed out of the FA Cup this week, in a thrilling game with five goals and two red cards.
Neil Aspin claims Yeovil Town’s late equaliser last time out was a ‘kick in the teeth’, but says his team need to be positive heading into the FA Cup Replay.
Vale travel close to 200 miles tonight, as they face Yeovil in the replay of the FA Cup second round tie.
Port Vale have been given a boost ahead of their FA Cup second round tie with Yeovil Town at Vale Park. Midfielder Ben Whitfield confirmed his return for fitness and is in contention for Saturday’s game.
Nantwich Town manager Dave Cooke praised his players despite their 5-0 FA Cup 1st round exit at Stevenage.
Cooke believes that the final result was a harsh reflection on the Dabbers’ performance.
Neil Aspin has spoken out about the goalkeeper problem at Port Vale, addressing it as one of the ‘many’ problems at the club.
Vale have already utilised nine keepers so far in 2017, and have been troubled with the position ever since Jak Alnwick moved to Glasgow Rangers at the end of the January transfer window.
Nantwich Town manager Dave Cooke believes it is now crucial for his side to improve their league form.
Despite FA Cup heroics as they reached the first round for only the second time in their history, the Dabbers sit above the drop zone only on goal difference, but they do have two games in hand on bottom side Sutton Coldfield Town.