Rudge saddened by Port Vale’s plight

Rudge saddened by Port Vale’s plight

Legenday former Port Vale manager John Rudge has added expressed his sorrow as the Valiants prepare to enter administration.

Several former Port Vale players have already used Twitter to show their support to players and fans and to express their concern over the current financial crisis at the club.

Rudge, considered by many to to be the greatest manager in the club’s history, sent a text message to Port Vale columnist Martin Tideswell which read: “Can’t tell you how sorry I am at plight of the Vale. It was my passion and a massive part of my life.”

Meanwhile on Twitter, many ex-Valiants tweeted their support:

Ian Taylor:
“Really hoping Port Vale are sorted out. Its an unbelievable.”

Bob Hazell:
“So sad the problems with Vale. So sorry to hear that!”

Kyle Perry:
“My thoughts are with you PVFC.”

Sam Stockley:
“Totally gutted for #every1@portvale. What a special club with GREAT fans, great manager, great lads, great people. If I can help? I WILL.”

Sam Collins:
“If there is anything I can do to help the club just ask or put me in touch with someone at the club, it’s too special a football club to lose.”

Marc Bright:
“Really sad to hear my first club Port Vale are on the brink of administration, mis-management, incompetence of the highest order.”

Tommy Fraser:
“#saveportvale #savethevale #savepvfc”

Joe Cardle:
“Great club… great memories… #savepvfc”

Kris Taylor:
“Feel for my boys at Vale I know what they are going through. Let’s hope the fans step up like the Darlo fans have.”

Marc Bridge-Wilkinson:
“Just been reading about my former club Port Vale on the brink of admin. Such a shame but fingers crossed a positive solution can be found.”

Liam Chilvers:
“I hope that Port Vale manage to find a solution to their money problems. The players, staff and fans don’t deserve it.”

Andy Little:
“Really sorry to hear the rumours surrounding Port Vale FC. Wish everyone at the club all the best. I know how it feels.”

Meanwhile, Ian Taylor, Justin Richards and Bernie Slaven all retweeted a Vale fans’s plea to #savethevale

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