Micky Adams’ new book “My Life in football” contains a number of interesting revelations about his spells at Vale Park.
Monthly Archives: September 2017
Comments by astute Accrington chairman Andy Holt reveal a worrying trend in the distribution of TV money which will widen gaps between the Championship and lower divisions.
The Sentinel newspaper says that former manager Micky Adams is considering a role as Port Vale’s Director of Football.
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The Port Vale Supporters Club have announced that their next meeting will take place on the 24th September.
Vale fans have appealed for an experienced replacement for Michael Brown – so who could be in the frame and who is out of contention?
It may be a real understatement to say Port Vale may not have started the League Two season in the best of form but the squad could still possess enough quality to rally back in the coming months and earn some success domestically.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite is set to announce Micky Adams as the Director of Football but the decision of first-team manager may take longer.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has told BBC Radio Stoke has said he takes responsibility for the decisions taken since the departure of Micky Adams.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has told BBC Radio Stoke that neither Micky Adams nor Nigel Adkins will be the club’s new manager.
Former manager Micky Adams has said he would potentially “help” the club but “that doesn’t necessarily mean I would want to be a manager again.”
Former Gillingham and Northampton boss Justin Edinburgh is the early favourite to succeed Michael Brown.
Former Port Vale midfielder Ryan Burge says he could be the next Port Vale manager and that he could take the club into the Championship.
On BBC Radio Stoke owner Norman Smurthwaite said that OVF’s editorial had asked for an owner with charismatic charm. The actual editorial appealed for something quite different.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite says he won’t sell the club until it is a better position and he wasn’t responsible for the appointment of Michael Brown.
OVF editor Rob Fielding hopes there are no more managerial gambles and that the club opts for an experienced replacement for Michael Brown.