Occasional columnist James Russell looks at three factors that have caused Vale to be in danger of losing their league status.
Reviewing relegation and the future for Port Vale: Continental gambles, footballing suicide and the bumpy road ahead
Columnist Martyn Cooke reflects on relegation and what the club now needs to do to reverse its demise.
Former Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro has been appointed chief coach of Portuguese Salgueiros.
In a post on the OVF forum, Norman Smurthwaite has responded to questions about managers Bruno Ribeiro and Rob Page.
Port Vale skipper Ben Purkiss says Vale’s new coaching staff are having to work hard to rectify mistakes made by manager Bruno Ribeiro and his staff.
There have been plenty of stories in the last few days following the resignation of Bruno Ribeiro. Here is a round-up of the latest.
Rob Fielding says that it was right for Bruno Ribeiro to leave the club but the Valiants now face a crucial period where they need to sort things out both on and off the pitch.
Owner Norman Smurthwaite has given the strongest indication yet that manager Bruno Ribeiro could be set to depart Vale Park.
Bruno Ribeiro winless run in the league now stands at five games as Vale now find themselves looking down at the relegation zone rather than up at the play-off spots.
Port Vale manager says he would play two upfront if Martin Paterson could regain match fitness.
Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro says that if forward JJ Hooper “was here right now he might be playing” and that he could remain at the club from January onwards.
OVF editor Rob Fielding says that keeping faith with Bruno Ribeiro may just help bring about a youthful and talented squad for future seasons.