Monthly Archives: April 2018
The FA are investigating three separate crowd incidents involving Port Vale fans withing a period of just 24 days.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says the game against Mansfield Town on Saturday will be tough as the home side will be “after nine points” from their remaining games.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says the Valiants should not be relying on other teams failing in order to secure their own safety.
Port Vale football advisor John Rudge and retired full-back Adam Yates will be answering questions at the latest Supporters Club meeting.
Port Vale’s Academy continues to pick up plaudits as it is rated among the top 35 academies in the country.
Former Port Vale loanee Uche Ikpeazu has been signed by Hearts of the Scottish Premiership.
Port Vale have announced a partnership with Burslem-based Creative Innovation Centre as the club bids to improve its marketing.
Defender Nathan Smith says “you’ve got to learn when to play” as he continues his football education in League Two.
Port Vale FC has issued a statement thanking the “vast majority” of fans but reminding all Port Vale supporters of their expected behaviour.
Football League chief Shaun Harvey has said he would back safe standing at stadia – vote in our polls about safe standing.
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On loan West Brom defender Kyle Howkins says he is enjoying first-team football at Vale Park.
Manager Neil Aspin says the players “deserve the credit” after a crucial home win over Lincoln City.