Port Vale FC Chairman Norman Smurthwaite has issued a statement after there was various incidents in and around the away stand on Saturday.
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After a long delay caused by Coventry’s progress in the checkatrade Trophy, the two clubs have arranged a date for their league fixture.
Bristol Rovers chairman Steve Hamer has asked Port Vale FC and Staffordshire Police to provide reports on incidents in the away stand on Saturday.
The Sentinel reports that manager Michael Brown could add free agents to his Port Vale squad
Port Vale captain Ben Purkiss is still confident that the side can finish outside of the relegation places.
In more bad news for Port Vale, the club have confirmed that striker Rigino Cicilia has a calf strain.
Quentin Pereira has become the second Port Vale player to defend his record at the club through social media.
Interim manager Michael Brown has confirmed that defender Remie Streete will be missing for four to six weeks of the season.
Interim manager Michael Brown says midfielder Quentin Pereira is not in contention as he “hasn’t trained great.”
Port Vale fans are being asked to contribute to a minute’s applause in memory of Port Vale supporter Jake Dean.