Barry Edge has returned from his festive sabbatical and has a message for a fellow OVF regular.
Port Vale opinion and memoirs from a number of writers. Views expressed are the writer’s own.
Rob Fielding says that mistakes in managerial appointments and supporter apathy show why the club really needs a proper CEO who can plan for the long-term development of the club.
OVF editor Rob Fielding says that uncertainty over the manager’s position could damage the club’s chances on the pitch.
We’d like to alert our readers to an in-depth article with former Vale striker Ernie Moss in the Daily Telegraph.
Rob Fielding says that it was right for Bruno Ribeiro to leave the club but the Valiants now face a crucial period where they need to sort things out both…
Port Vale invited eleven children from families seeking asylum to watch the game against Northampton Town.
The underfire CEO of the Football League, Shaun Harvey, has admitted that the changes to the Football League Trophy (aka the checkatrade trophy) could be scrapped at the end of…
OVF editor Rob Fielding says that keeping faith with Bruno Ribeiro may just help bring about a youthful and talented squad for future seasons.
At the risk of repeating himself, OVF editor Rob Fielding urges the club to discuss a new contract with star defender Remie Streete.
OVF editor Rob Fielding ponders what he believes are nine key issues affecting the club at this time…
OVF editor Rob Fielding says it’s easy to dismiss Rigino Cicilia’s skills but fans should remember he has had one full league game for the club and is still learning.
Football League clubs are fined for playing youngsters while Premier League clubs can play veterans in their “academy” sides. OVF thinks the whole situation is ludicrous…
The news that the Football League has ceased talks about the Whole Game Solution should be greeted with relief by football fans.
Trusting in youngsters could see a big money sale plus the possibility of more to come says OVF editor Rob Fielding.
OVF editor Rob Fielding wonders if the FA Cup game against Stevenage is the time for Vale to rely on proven experience over potential.