Chilvers would 'consider' Vale return

Chilvers would 'consider' Vale return

Former Port Vale loanee Liam Chilvers has indicated that he would be interested in a move to Vale Park, the Sentinel reports.

Chilvers was regarded as a success during a three month loan spell in the Potteries in 2011. At the time, Chilvers was widely expected to agree a permanent move when his loan expired but the complete financial mismanagement of the former board made the move impossible.


Born:
6th Oct 1981
Clubs:
Arsenal, Northampton, Notts Co, Beveren, Colchester, Preston, Port Vale
Games:
304+18
Goals:
6

Chilvers returned to parent club Notts County instead and forced his way back into the first-team at Meadow Lane. So, it was somewhat of a surprise when the 30 year-old was released by County at the end of the season.

Chilvers told the Sentinel: Every footballer wants to play at the highest level they can, but maybe clubs in League One won’t be looking for centre-backs this summer.

“League Two isn’t something I would be averse to, and I had a good time at Vale. In fact I loved it there. If they came in for me it would be something I would consider.”

1 Comment

  1. It’s all nice reading about players who could play for vale,but I am a wait and see supporter,it’s all about wages at the end of the day that’s why Richards and Rigg and griff have left,as I have said many times before you pay peanuts you know the rest,

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