Port Vale supporters say the team’s performance hit a new low after a poor away loss to Stevenage..
Monthly Archives: September 2017
The Sentinel says that Norman Smurthwaite has told them that Neil Aspin and John Askey are not candidates for the Port Vale manager’s job.
A journalist based in the North East claims that there has been no approach for Gateshead manager Neil Aspin by Port Vale.
OVF editor Rob Fielding believes it is vital an experienced manager takes charge of the club.
A tweet from Norman Smurthwaite says the club will have a new manager in time for the game against Grimsby Town on the 7th October.
Accrington manager John Coleman says he would allow assistant Jimmy Bell (pictured during his previous spell with the club) to speak to Port Vale about the vacant manager’s position.
OVF editor Rob Fielding would love to see John Coleman in charge at Vale Park but he can’t see it happening…
Ok, we’re not saying any of these are nailed-on contenders but here’s a look at some of the more erm… interesting contenders that the bookies think have a chance of landing the Vale manager’s job.
Port Vale joint caretaker managers Chris Morgan says that David Kelly and himself want to stay at the club despite a poor home defeat to Accrington on Tuesday.
Port Vale supporters say the club needs to get a new man in by the weekend – and opposing boss John Coleman has his admirers…