Goalkeeper Jak Alwnick is set to return for Vale’s visit to Scunthorpe United after caretaker manager Michael Brown said he was “desperately close” to playing against Bury.
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Caretaker manager Michael Brown thought that his Port Vale side put on an improved display and reserved special praise for Nathan Smith’s performance against Bury.
Port Vale caretaker manager Michael Brown has told the Sentinel that the club has made an offer to sign a player on a permanent basis.
Former Port Vale striker Lee Hughes has revealed that chairman Paul Wildes signed him despite manager Micky Adams having doubts about the signing.
Tweets by Chairman Norman Smurthwaite appear to suggest that bids have been turned down for Anthony Grant and the midfielder will remain at the club.
Port Vale defender Nathan Smith is hopeful that the postponed game against Milton Keynes will “make us more fresh” for the game against Bury.
Website HITC Sport says that it understands that the Valiants have rejected two bids for midfielder Anthony Grant.
Port Vale have loaned rookie striker Dan Turner to National League North side Worcester City.
Port Vale have announced details of next season’s season ticket prices and payment scheme.
Ryan Lloyd was the sole player in loan action this week as he played in Chester’s FA Trophy defeat to Forest Green.