OVF founder Rob Fielding says he agrees wholeheartedly with Mick Cullerton’s comments at the weekend, he responds to accusations of OVF being a Mo Chaudry “propaganda machine” and he says he wants fans to remain empowered whichever person or persons eventually takes over the club. Rob Fielding writes… Wise words from Mick “I don’t always […]
Manager Micky Adams has revealed that he is only able to register twenty players while the club remains in administration. The restrictions mean it is unlikely that any new players – such as trialists Liam Dickinson, Tadhg Purcell (pictured) and Darren Byfield can join the Valiants.
An anonymous source at Stoke-on-Trent city council has reportedly told citizen journalism blog Potteries Eye that the council are set to meet to raise “serious questions” about the way in which Port Vale FC has been administered.
Port Vale FC’s administrators Begsbie Traynor have announced that they are talking to other interested parties after preferred bidder Keith Ryder missed Tuesday’s deadline to complete. However, the administrators do say that Ryder remains as one of the potential candidates to take over the club.
Influential Port Vale columnist Martin Tideswell says the takeover saga is turning Port Vale into a “laughing stock” and that “incredibly poor handling of this takeover by all three parties from a public relations perspective, in terms of deadlines set and broken and the non-existent communications with Port Vale’s fans, has severely damaged their reputation […]
Administrator Bob Young has told the Sentinel that it is time for potential owner Keith Ryder to “put up or shut up” and that “I am treating what he [Ryder] says with a fair bit of scepticism.” Young’s remarks will only heighten fans’ fears that the Ryder deal is on the brink of collapse.