Former Director Stan Meigh has revealed that the board have approached him to ask if he would consider investing more money in the Valiants.
Meigh told the Sentinel that a Vale director has approached him to ask if he would consider investing more money in the club. Meigh told the Sentinel: “I think the club needs more money, but any extra investment I make will be subject to things being 110 per cent right, so I’m waiting to see what happens.
I would only consider investing more money once I was totally sure of what was happening at the club.
I would also want the club to open their books to find out where Vale stands financially.”
However, Meigh claims he will not give Vale another penny while former chairman Peter Miller and outgoing chief executive Perry Deakin remain as directors.
Meigh has already pledged to vote to remove Vale’s four directors – Miller, Deakin, Lloyd and Glenn Oliver – at either the club annual meeting on February 8 or at a specially arranged EGM fans are trying to convene.