Port Vale fan Malcolm Hirst has some forthright views on what actions owner Norman Smurthwaite should take.
The latest accounts filed for Port Vale FC show that the club owes £3m of directors’ loans to owner Norman Smurthwaite.
Long-standing Port Vale fan Malcolm Hirst thinks recent events show that it’s time for Norman Smurthwaite to sell the club at a realistic price.
Rob Fielding hopes that the club isn’t sold to a hedge fund and he believes there are options that will allow the owner to sell the club to the right…
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite says he has been left with a “daunting task” as he reiterates that he will only sell the club to owners who have the good…
The Sentinel newspaper says that documents forwarded to them show that a Norwegian group are seeking to buy Port Vale FC for £6.5m.
Speaking to OVF editor Rob Fielding, Norman Smurthwaite has confirmed that there are four parties interested in the club and that two have met the asking price.
Further posts in the OVF forum from Chairman Norman Smurthwaite have claimed that the Vale Park stadium is valued at £9m.
Port Vale owner Norman Smuthwaite has issued a range of answers on the club’s finances on the OVF forum.
In a post on the OVF forum, Norman Smurthwaite has responded to questions about managers Bruno Ribeiro and Rob Page.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite says that contract negotiations are underway with defender Remie Streete and midfielder Sam Foley.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite says that he will sell both the football club and the Vale Park stadium if an suitable party takes over.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite posted on the OVF forum that “when the right party comes along l will hand over the reins.”
OVF forum user Iron Curtain has an nine point long-term plan that he urges owner Norman Smurthwaite to adopt.
Port Vale FC Chairman Norman Smurthwaite has issued a statement after there was various incidents in and around the away stand on Saturday.
Confusion surrounds Jak Alnwick’s potential move to Glasgow Rangers after Vale chairman Norman Smurthwaite told the media that the terms of the transfer were “unacceptable.”
Tweets by Chairman Norman Smurthwaite appear to suggest that bids have been turned down for Anthony Grant and the midfielder will remain at the club.