It’s difficult to judge whether Vale’s moves in the transfer window will help or hinder the club.
Peterborough United have confirmed that their new signing Anthony Grant can face the Valiants on Saturday.
Peterborough United have confirmed that last season’s Vale player of the year, Anthony Grant, has moved to London Road
Peterborough United, who have been linked with a move for Port Vale’s Anthony Grant claimed that they would be making no new additions on transfer deadline day. Then they promptly made a 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.
Website HITC Sport says that it understands that the Valiants have rejected two bids for midfielder Anthony Grant.
Key trio Anthony Grant, Jerome Thomas and Ben Purkiss could all return for Vale’s Boxing Day clash against Walsall.
A selection of Port Vale first-team players will be in the club shop on Tuesday so it’s an ideal chance to combine some Christmas shopping with a chat with a Vale player.
Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro says that Anthony Grant will “come back more strongly” when he returns from suspension.
In a wide-ranging interview with BBC Radio Stoke, owner Norman Smurthwaite has strongly criticised Anthony Grant for his conduct against Fleetwood but reiterates he wants to keep the player. On Anthony Grant’s FA ban… “The fact that he circumvented the normal access on to the pitch to go and remonstrate with the referee showed that […]
Port Vale have released a statement that confirms that Anthony Grant will receive a lengthy ban after his sending-off against Fleetwood Town.
Key Port Vale midfielder Anthony Grant appears to have been given a one-match ban for his red card in the win over Fleetwood.
[WARNING: BAD LANGUAGE] By coincidence Rob Fielding’s son, Fred, was recording a video diary of his trip to Vale Park and captured the Anthony Grant incident. Here is his video.