Port Vale manager John Askey said he was pleased with the style of Port Vale’s play after their 1-0 home win over Leyton Orient.
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Port Vale manager John Askey has dismissed online rumours that Championship side Birmingham City are interested in Port Vale defender Nathan Smith as “nothing”.
It’s been a long run of away trips for the Valiants, will they celebrate their return to the Vale Park stadium with a home win over Leyton Orient on Saturday? Here’s our preview…
Port Vale have confirmed that striker Jordan Archer will join National League side Stockport County on loan for a month.
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Port Vale manager John Askey says that the four consecutive away fixtures has been a “tough run.”
Port Vale manager John Askey has said he will look to bring in players during the January transfer window after the loss to Morecambe.
After a gritty, unspectacular but very welcome win over Stevenage can Port Vale make it two out of two on their travels with a win over struggling Morecambe on Tuesday evening?
After the hectic festive schedule Port Vale have had, you’d think the last thing that could be leveled at the side is that they are well rested – but the facts don’t seem to have stopped Graham Westley whingeing after his side’s defeat to the Valiants.
It wasn’t a classic by any stretch of the imagination but Port Vale defender James Gibbons says “three points is three points” after Vale’s away victory over Stevenage.
You can watch highlights of Port Vale’s narrow victory over Stevenage on Saturday afternoon.
Port Vale manager John Askey says the narrow win over Stevenage “gets us going again” after the side recorded their first win of 2020.
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Port Vale have announced early bird season ticket prices for the 2020/21 season with prices frozen for a fourth consecutive year.
Port Vale are unlikely to be able to sign on loan midfielder Jake Taylor on a permanent basis according to reports.
Well, let’s look at it this way… after the defeats to Manchester City and Salford City, at least Vale won’t exit any cup competition at Stevenage. Yes, it’s back to the nitty-gritty of League Two for the Valiants.