Underfire Dean Glover has controversially hit out at peaceful protests by fans claiming that they are not “helping the players ” and that he was “shouted down”
Glover’s comments are somewhat controversial as the protests were not aimed at the players but at the manager and the make-up of the Port Vale board.
Glovers comments to the Sentinel in full are: “It’s not what we need right now. However much people want to shout, it’s not easy for the club at the moment … and it’s not helping the players one bit.
“There is no millionaire waiting to come to take the club further forward … and whoever came in would still have to work with the same bunch of players.
“There are a lot of rough times to go through to start with, but hopefully we will come through the other side a lot better off.”
“Demonstrations are about venting frustrations. I went out to speak to them, but got shouted down.
“Some people don’t want to listen to what’s being said, although others do.
“But by bringing Keith in, hopefully, a different voice will help change things around on the pitch at least.”