3 Comments

  1. Jeffrey Norman Keen
    13th April 2021 @ 3:17 pm

    Good luck to Chesterfield who have signed a very good player and will do them a first class job . Perhaps , promotion could be on the cards next season . Teams with a EFL pedigree always struggle when suffering relegation and the town and supporters take time to recover . I always enjoyed days out at their ground and wish them well .
    For my team Port Vale it means they have a space in the squad numbers to replace with a player who can play more regularly because Manny although a great player could not always be fit to play. The new broom manager has said players that are not as regular or as fit as he demands would move on so he really means to improve Port Vale . Expect a good turnover of players in the summer with Manny the first one.
    Thank you Manny for your service to the Vale and some memorable goals and standout performances .

  2. Marilyn Smith
    13th April 2021 @ 5:38 pm

    Dear Manny. Thank you for all your hard work at Port Vale. You have played well for us. With best wishes for your future.

  3. Bob Norbury.
    14th April 2021 @ 11:38 am

    I don’t intend to be as gracious about Manny’s departure as some other fans have been. I fully respected Manny as a player and his several good performances for Vale but it doesn’t matter how good you are if you spend most of the time on the bench because of a regular injury pattern.

    It was fairly disruptive to have to keep changing the formation of the team every time Manny appeared to be fit again and there were times when he played that he was not able to perform that well because he was not match fit. This was probably unsettling for a fit half decent player who was left out because of Manny’s re-emergence.

    Stability is what is required in most successful teams and the presence of unfit injury prone stars of the game does not auger well. But I am still very grateful to have experienced Manny’s ability and I thank him for being a member of Port Vale and at least always seeming to be trying his best for the club.

    It is not too clear what his ambitions are because it is by no means certain that Chesterfield are going to get promotion – but we can only wait and see. I think that he has gone to play for a Manager who has previously dealt with his ongoing problems.

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