Port Vale manager Michael Brown has admitted he is looking forward to returning to his former club in the League Cup.
Brown will take his Vale side to Leeds United, a club where he spent three years as a player. He told the official Port Vale website: “It’s a fantastic game for myself personally and for the football club to go and test ourselves.
It’s a fantastic game for myself personally and for the football club to go and test ourselves…
“There will be 20,000 there, it’s a great game and we are all looking forward to it.”
Captain Anthony Kay echoed Brown’s words adding that: “It will be a tough game. Whether they play a full team or not, you never know. Obviously, they have a big squad so we will just take it as the ‘next game’ which is the most important thing; especially for the club so we can get a few wins in the cup and bring the revenue up.
“It’s nice for the fans to go there too, it’s a nice stadium and a nice pitch so I hope that it will be a good night.”