Port Vale manager John Askey was delighted with his side after they came from behind to beat Carlisle 2-1 at Vale Park.
Mark Cullen scored a late winner as Port Vale claimed a narrow 2-1 comeback victory over Carlisle, having fallen behind after just 20 seconds at Vale Park.
Port Vale welcome managerless Carlisle fresh from seeing their fringe players defeat Newcastle Under-21s in the Leasing.com Cup.
Russell Martin insists his methods are already rubbing off at MK Dons, despite his first game in charge ending in a 1-0 FA Cup first-round loss to Port Vale.
Russell Martin’s first game in management ended in defeat as MK Dons suffered a 1-0 defeat to Port Vale in the first round of the FA Cup.
MK Dons’ new manager Russell Martin was given an injury boost ahead of his side’s FA Cup first-round clash with Port Vale on Saturday.
Port Vale boss John Askey believes success on the road was long overdue for his side as they maintained their impressive record at rivals Crewe.
Port Vale ended local rivals Crewe’s seven-game unbeaten run in League Two with Jake Taylor’s second-half effort securing a 1-0 win.
Christian Mbulu could make his Crewe debut after signing for the club on a short-term deal.
John Askey was left frustrated and disappointed by Port Vale’s 0-0 draw with Oldham, admitting there was a “lack of quality” from his side.
Port Vale’s five-year wait for a home win over Oldham continued after a goalless draw at Vale Park.
Will Atkinson will hope his stoppage-time winner at Bradford earns him a starting place when Port Vale host Oldham on Saturday.
Bradford are investigating the alleged racist abuse of a supporter in the build up to Tuesday’s Sky Bet League Two game with Port Vale.
Assistant manager Dave Kevan expressed his delight as Port Vale won their first away match of the season with a 2-1 win at Bradford thanks to a stoppage-time winner from former Bantams player Will Atkinson.
Former Bradford midfielder Will Atkinson came off the bench to score a stoppage-time winner against his old club and give Port Vale their first away victory of the season at Valley Parade.
Bradford’s injury-depleted squad could be boosted by the return of winger Dylan Connolly at home to Port Vale.
Port Vale boss John Askey was furious with referee Peter Wright after a fiery game against rock=bottom Stevenage ended 1-1 at Vale Park.
Port Vale and Stevenage shared the points after a bad-tempered 1-1 draw at Vale Park.
Port Vale manager John Askey will be without midfielder Emmanuel Oyeleke until January at the earliest.
Macclesfield manager Daryl McMahon insisted his side were deserving winners as they came from behind to beat Port Vale 2-1.