Scally: Vale's Adams claim is 'rubbish'

Scally: Vale's Adams claim is 'rubbish'

The ‘is he, isn’t he, Micky Adams to Gillingham rumourmill’ took another twist after Gillingham Chairman Paul Scally labelled Port Vale’s claim of an approach from the Kent club as “complete rubbish.”

Earlier in the day, a tweet from the official PVFC Twitter account (an account known to be used by the football club) tweeted that: “Port Vale have refused permission for Gillingham to speak to the club’s manager Micky Adams.”

9th May: Andy Hessenthaler steps down as Gills manager
11th May: Sky Sports links Micky Adams to the job
14th May: A Vale statement denies Adams rumours
28th May: Adams himself denies any interest in the role
1st June: Vale claim an approach for Adams was turned down, Paul Scally says the claim is “rubbish”

Responding to that news, Scally told BBC Radio Kent that the claim was “complete rubbish” and refused to comment on who could be the club’s next manager.

Sky Bet now have Micky Adams as the favourite to land the Gills post with his odds now at 2/1 favourite for the move to Kent.

But a bullish Adams denied any interest in the position last week, telling the Sentinel that: “I totally refute the idea I am interested in the Gillingham job.”

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