SWINDON Town’s Mathieu Baudry has taken aim at Port Vale ahead of this afternoon’s League Two play-off final at Wembley.

There is no love lost between the clubs after Vale’s win on penalties in the semi-final sparked a pitch invasion that saw Town players attacked and away fans reportedly pelted with missiles.

Vale have sold 16,000 tickets for the trip to the national stadium – a number ridiculed by Town fans on social media who claim a party twice that number would have been making the trip from Wiltshire today had the shootout gone the other way last Thursday.

And now Baudry – out of contract but offered a deal to stay at the County Ground – has had his say on Twitter ahead of the final.


He tweeted: “All the best to #mtfc and #pvfc today. May the best team win and reminder for all the 16k portvale fans ,regardless of the result, a day away from that s***hole is a day to celebrate. Enjoy !”

Vale take on Mansfield Town at 4pm today, with the winners joining fellow promoted teams Forest Green Rovers, Exeter City and Bristol Rovers in League One next season.