Port Vale Supporters Club have announced that manager Neil Aspin and CEO Colin Garlick will be attending the next meeting.
Former Port Vale manager Michael Brown has spoken to the BBC following his exit from the club.
OVF editor Rob Fielding hopes there are no more managerial gambles and that the club opts for an experienced replacement for Michael Brown.
Port Vale CEO Colin Garlick says he is confident that the club could add a sixth player on loan before the end of the transfer window.
Port Vale CEO Colin Garlick has told the Sentinel that the club are close to agreeing deals with two players.
The OVF editor is encouraged by the progress made by CEO Colin Garlick but he still believes the long-term goal should still be new ownership.
The Sentinel newspaper says that Port Vale have signed a player with another deal also possible with both players helping to build the “spine” of the side.
Port Vale CEO Colin Garlick says that manager Michael Brown is happy with the club’s “competitive” playing budget.
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Port Vale CEO Colin Garlick met with fans at a Supporters Club meeting on Thursday evening and among matters discussed was the potential sponsorship of the Vale Park stadium.
Port Vale have announced that Colin Garlick will be the new club secretary from October.