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4 Comments

  1. Phil Yeomans
    1st February 2019 @ 10:50 am

    The timing of the manager’s departure was crucial and has been on the cards for many weeks for it to happen so close to the transfer deadline is asking for trouble. We need an experienced manager particularly as we have only brought in inexperienced players in this window. I will always continue my support but this season has been woeful and to continue will only bring non league football….. eventually.

  2. keith smith
    1st February 2019 @ 11:59 am

    since 2017 vale have taken in 2million pounds where it gone chairmans bank account

  3. Peter Smith
    1st February 2019 @ 3:27 pm

    Same old story, last season it was not shelling out a few quid extra to keep Gavin Gunning, this time Marc Richards and who knows who else.
    I also truly fear for the club – not long ago it was said Vale were reaching a tipping point, the lamentable truth is that due to the horror scenarios of January 2019, I think we have gone past that and are in free fall to relegation and oblivion. There is a real chance that Port Vale will not exist by 2021 or so.
    I don’t intend this to be a name-calling comment, people can make up their own mind for the reasons and blame.
    Finally, I wish our legendary hero Neil Aspin well in all his future ventures and feel sure that history will judge his management period more kindly than some are now.

  4. b clark
    1st February 2019 @ 4:20 pm

    pathetic blog ,try being a tiny bit more positive instead of playing to the typical hysterical contributors on your disgusting forum.

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