Port Vale fan Malcolm Hirst has some forthright views on what actions owner Norman Smurthwaite should take.
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Long-standing Port Vale fan Malcolm Hirst thinks recent events show that it’s time for Norman Smurthwaite to sell the club at a realistic price.
Opinion by Malcolm Hirst. Recent games have shown Vale to be a “chalk and cheese” team and it’s vital Vale approach the game against Bristol Rovers in the right manner.
We’d like to alert our readers to an in-depth article with former Vale striker Ernie Moss in the Daily Telegraph.
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…
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.
It’s fair to say that the revamped Football League Trophy has been very controversial. Here’s how Twitter reacted…
A poll on the OVF website has revealed that 85% of fans who voted will not attend Port Vale’s Football League Trophy game against a Derby County B side.
Details of the schedule for this season’s re-vamped Football League Trophy have been published and greeted with a chorus of disapproval from fans’ groups.
Guest columnist Martyn Cooke thinks that the club’s continental gamble “could be a potential masterstroke – or a disaster.”
Rob Fielding opposes the recent decision to allow Premier League Academy sides (aka B sides) into the Johnstone’s Paints Trophy.
While this website opposes the proposed new Football League proposals as financially damaging and poorly thought-out, there is a need for balance so here is an article looking at the…
Controversial new plans for reforming the Football League have come under attack for being an “utterly ridiculous argument.”