In answer to a direct question from OVF editor Rob Fielding, Norman Smurthwaite says he will not discuss what price he wants for the football club.
Rob Fielding says that one conclusion that many fans will draw from the Q&A meeting with Norman Smurthwaite on Thursday is that the club’s finances just don’t seem to add up.
OVF editor Rob Fielding says that while this has been a terrible week on the pitch, off-pitch matters such as the sale of the club should still remain the top priority
Columnist Malcolm Hirst thinks that publishing the club accounts would earn owner Norman Smurthwaite more respect from Vale fans.
Port Vale chairman Norman Smurthwaite says that Enoch Andoh has been offered a “fair and reasonable” offer has been made to Enoch Andoh.
Smurthwaite has confirmed to BBC Radio Stoke that the striker will be leaving the club.
Port Vale chairman Norman Smurthwaite is expected to make a statement on how talks with a US consortium progressed.
Manager Rob Page has called Norman Smurthwaite’s comments on potential wage cuts an “unwelcome statement” after praising the Vale players for keeping their focus.
The Sentinel claims that an American consortium is among three “serious” contenders to purchase the club.
Norman Smurthwaite has said he will not “continue to pump in the money that I am pumping in” after the club published its annual accounts.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has been active on the OVF Forum recently, answering questions from a number of fans.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite says the building of up to five apartments in the corner of the Lorne Street and Hamil Road stands will save the club up to £40,000 in accommodation costs each year.
Port Vale chairman Norman Smurthwaite has told the Sentinel newspaper that “the club has to find its own level” as he says he will stopping his personal investment.