Grew: there could be changes

Grew: there could be changes

Port Vale Assistant Manager Mark Grew says that some of Port Vale’s fringe players could be given an opportunity against Notts County.

 He wants to have a look at players on the fringes that he probably hasn’t seen a lot of in the first team this year, so maybe there will be changes…

Vale’s chances of a play-off place look less likely after Peterborough won in mid-week and with contracts still undecided, Adams will take a look at some of his squad players.

Jordan Hugill could be a strong contender to feature after scoring for the reserves while Rob Taylor, Adam Yates and Louis Dodds have all been pushing for a first-team place.

Grew told the media: “The manager has said he is going to freshen it up on Saturday. He wants to have a look at players on the fringes that he probably hasn’t seen a lot of in the first team this year, so maybe there will be changes.”

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On the fringes and in the frame?

Jordan Hugill: in the first-team picture again?

Players who haven’t started recently for Port Vale’s first-team include:

  • Jordan Hugill (27 appearances, last game: Crawley Town home)
  • Ben Williamson (41 appearances, last game: Walsall home)
  • Adam Yates (36 appearances, last game: Bristol City away)
  • Joe Davis (17 appearances, last game: Crawley Town home)
  • Anthony Griffith (42 appearances, last game: Bristol City away)
  • Chris Shuker (9 appearances, last game: Carlisle home)
  • Rob Taylor (8 appearances, last game: Walsall home)
  • Louis Dodds (30 appearances, last game: Walsall home)
  • Ryan Lloyd (no senior appearances this season)
  • Gary O’Neil (no senior appearances this season)

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