Nathan Smith says Port Vale morale is high ahead of their must-win game against Fleetwood.
Port Vale caretaker manager Michael Brown has confirmed that defender Nathan Smith suffered a hamstring injury during the 3-2 defeat to Scunthorpe United.
Caretaker manager Michael Brown thought that his Port Vale side put on an improved display and reserved special praise for Nathan Smith’s performance against Bury.
Port Vale defender Nathan Smith is hopeful that the postponed game against Milton Keynes will “make us more fresh” for the game against Bury.
Recent signing Ryan Taylor has told the Sentinel he is “really impressed” with central defensive dup Nathan Smith and Remie Streete.
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 […]
The Sunday Mirror says neighbours Stoke City are among four Premier League clubs chasing Port Vale defender Nathan Smith.
Trusting in youngsters could see a big money sale plus the possibility of more to come says OVF editor Rob Fielding.
Rising star Nathan Smith says he will “play every game like it’s your last game” as he talks about his rise to prominence with the Boot Room website.
Port Vale Norman Smurthwaite has told BBC Radio Stoke that there is Premier League interest in Nathan Smith but that the club would like to sign Alex Jones on a permanent basis.