Former Port Vale loanee Ryan Inniss will miss out on the chance to face his former club on Saturday.
Reports claim that former Port Vale loanee Ryan Inniss has been “sent to prison” after pleading guilty to an unnamed criminal offence.
Rob Page says that Crystal Palace defender Ryan Inniss is a player that could “help us achieve our goals at this club.”
Port Vale manager Rob Page says that Ryan Inniss is “unluckiest player I think I have ever met” after the defender suffered a hamstring injury during the defeat to Barnsley.
Top-scorer AJ Leitch-Smith has been ruled out of Friday’s game against Shrewsbury Town with a hamstring problem.
The loan defender could have a crucial role to play if Vale are to sneak into the play-off places.
Port Vale are to speak to Ryan Inniss’ parent club Crystal Palace as they decide whether to play the defender in the crucial game against Burton Albion.
Port Vale have been handed a fitness boost ahead of their eagerly anticipated home game with Burton Albion.
Port Vale are staying tight-lipped on Ryan Inniss’ injury but the club are confident that the defender hasn’t suffered a long-term injury.
Loan signing Matthew Kennedy says he wasn’t surprised that Sam Kelly produced a special strike on Sunday.
Port Vale assistant manager Paul Bodin has said that Ryan Inniss and JJ Hooper may be involved in first-team action soon.