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Owner Norman Smurthwaite has told BBC Radio Stoke that he will enter talks with a potential buyer of the club.
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.
During a highly charged Q&A session with supporters, owner Norman Smurthwaite claimed that Port Vale was losing up to £160,000 per month and would need £820,000 to stay afloat until the start of next season.
Former manager Micky Adams has urged owner Norman Smurthwaite to sell the football club.
Columnist Malcolm Hirst says that the club’s Football League future could be in serious doubt and that one person will be to blame if it does go down…
The Port Vale Supporters Club have announced that Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite will attend a fans forum in March.
Rob Fielding says the club need to either produce a long-term, coherent vision or sell to new owners who can deliver that vision.
Columnist Malcolm Hirst says that the Hugill money should be split between investment in the squad and paying off directors’ loans.
Columnist Malcolm Hirst says that following the appointment of Neil Aspin and John Rudge Port Vale now need to build for the future.
Former Port Vale manager Michael Brown has spoken to the BBC following his exit from the club.
In the summer, owner Norman Smurthwaite indicated he would be taking a backseat and leave CEO Colin Garlick and chairman Tony Fradley in charge of running the club. That decision now appears to have been reversed.
Columnist Malcolm Hirst says that despite tweets from owner Norman Smurthwaite, most Vale fans know where the club’s current problems stem from.