Time at club: 2004-2005
Tyrone Loran player profile:
Dutch defender Tyrone Loran began his career in his native Netherlands before joining Manchester City in 2002. Released a year later, he joined Tranmere Rovers. He missed the majority of his first season through injury and was subsequently loaned to the Valiants in December 2004.
The powerful centre-half was a hit with the Vale supporters and he went on to make six appearances for the club.
Vale were keen to sign the player on a permanent basis but in January 2005 he opted for a move back to his native Holland joining RBC.
He had further spells with NAC Breda and De Graafschap before retiring in 2011.
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