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During a highly charged Q&A session with supporters, owner Norman Smurthwaite claimed that Port Vale was losing up to £160,000 per month and would need £820,000 to stay afloat until the start of next season.
Manager Neil Aspin has praised the performances of veterans Michael Tonge and Danny Pugh as Vale stretched their unbeaten run on Saturday.
Winger Luke Hannant says it was “obviously great” to net his first goal for the club but it was more important to get the point.
Port Vale striker Anton Forrester says he’s desperate for a run in the Vale first-team as he is playing for his future.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin had sympathy for fans after a broken coach delayed their journey back from Barnet’s Hive stadium on Tuesday.
Manager Neil Aspin says his side could have picked up six points over the last few days but he is happy that his side were undefeated.
Goalkeeper Ryan Boot says he has returned to the Vale first-team as a more “confident” player.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says that the players must be “up for the challenge” against Barnet.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has condemned the crowd trouble which disrupted the game at Grimsby Town.
Port Vale legend John Rudge has backed manager Neil Aspin and says he has the ability to bring in non-league talent but the priority right now is to stay in League Two.
Neil Aspin has said that Vale’s forthcoming run of crucial games gives the players a chance to make names for themselves.