Mitch Clark’s agent has hinted that the player may be loaned to Port Vale again if he is taken on by a higher league club.
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The ever-quirky Carabou Cup will be making the first round draw for the League Cup live from a branch of Morrisons Supermarket on Thursday evening.
Will new owners propel Port Vale towards a more successful 2019-2020 season?
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The situation at Bury is just the latest example of a club descending into chaos as the Football League does nothing.
Pictured is Port Vale goalkeeper Trevor Wood in action for Port Vale in 1990.
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In a surprising move, Port Vale’s League Two rivals Crawley Town have snapped up former Port Vale midfielder Nathan Ferguson.
Huddersfield Town have reportedly won the race to sign Port Vale winger Luke Daley with the Valiants set to earn a compensation fee for the 16 year-old.
It’s not too long to wait for the release of Port Vale’s 2019/20 fixtures.
He was in charge for four years but which five of his signings do we think are John McGrath’s best?
The Sentinel reports that two more Port Vale youth team players are set to sign professional contracts.
Well-travelled former Port Vale winger Jennison Myrie-Williams has joined Gloucester City.
Former Port Vale loanee Kyle Howkins has joined League Two rivals Newport County.
Former Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has denied a report in the Daily Mirror that he has made a bid for Notts County.
The Daily Mirror claims that former Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has made a bid for relegated Notts County.
Young Port Vale professional Ryan Campbell-Gordon has been been named in “The 11” by League Football Education (LFE), which honours 11 young footballers for their achievements on and off the pitch.
A number of so-called Port Vale supporters have received banning orders after what one policeman described as the “worst disorder for nine years.”
His time may have been brief but we reckon the quality of Lee Sinnott’s best signings may surprise one or two…