Port Vale Weekly Digest: Legge commits, duo listed and loanees who never played

Weekly digest – fans views on the retained list, the fans forum and a summer transfer rumour for the Valiants.

What is this feature?

Over the summer weeks, we will present a digest of selected news stories and views from the the last week.


What they are saying on the forum…

“Great news, let’s get those season ticket numbers up, if we all pull together we will succeed and achieve our goals, keep thinking positive and keep believing up the Vale…”

bycarspete on The Manager thread

“First and foremost, mobile midfielders are a priority, as are decent full backs…”

philmpv on the Who should we sign? thread

“I don’t want it (‘it’ being the Shanahans pumping millions in) to happen. I want the club to be well run, with increased income from larger gates and from the corporate side and for us to fund a steady ascent up the league(s) from that…”

mr.hobblesworth on the Lorne St stand thread

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OVF features you may have missed…


John AskeyPort Vale news

Askey agrees

There is relief all round as manager John Askey agrees a three-year deal

Legge signs up

Veteran striker Leon Legge also commits his future to the club for another year

Worrall stays

He joins David Worrall in signing a new contract with the Valiants

Duo listed

However, Connell Rawlinson and Ben Whitfield are both transfer listed by John Askey


Transfer story of the week

Adam CrookesQueue for Crookes?

Reported transfer target Adam Crookes is apparently wanted by two rival League Two sides


Former player news

Barrow net duo

Barrow announce the signing of not one, but two former Port Vale players


Callum WhelanSome OVF exclusives

Left A-Loan

We take a look at eight loanees who unfortunately never made an appearance for the Valiants

Beefy’s predecessors

We explore two transfer targets which John Rudge attempted to sign before landing Darren Beckford.

Eighties action

Finally our photo essay feature takes a look back to winger Paul Smith and striker Andy Jones


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