Manchester City qualified for the fourth round of the FA Cup after beating League Two Port Vale 4-1 with Taylor Harwood-Bellis scoring his first ever goal on his full home debut.
Manchester United will travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers in a repeat of last season’s FA Cup quarter final while Manchester City host Port Vale.
Oldham Athletic nudged their way five points clear of bottom spot in Sky Bet League Two following a goalless draw at Port Vale.
PORT VALE 1, OLDHAM ATHLETIC 4 Oldham Athletic overcame adversity to record a comprehensive Sky Bet League Two victory at Port Vale. It came three days after the 6-0 Boxing Day defeat at Carlisle United, a result that cost manager Frankie Bunn his job. Latics had academy chief Pete Wild in charge as he masterminded […]
OLDHAM ATHLETIC 0, PORT VALE 1 With top scorer Sam Surridge ruled out through a new hamstring injury, Oldham Athletic lacked a cutting edge as they crashed to a third home defeat in Sky Bet League Two. Port Vale, beaten 6-2 at home by leaders Lincoln City the previous week, showed great resilience in overcoming […]