Port Vale’s game against Milton Keynes which was due to played on Saturday afternoon has been postponed following a pitch inspection.
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Port Vale have announced that there will be a 9am pitch inspection ahead of Saturday’s game against Milton Keynes.
Peterborough United say that former Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro had agreed a deal to sign forward Adil Nabi.
All three Milton Keynes fans are shocked at their poor form. Here are their thoughts ahead of the game with the Valiants…
According to reports in the Dundee Evening Telegraph midfielder Matt Smith in on trial with Port Vale with a view to a loan until the end of the season.
Chairman Norman Smurthwaite has tweeted to confirm that Port Vale could net a sell-on fee if former striker Jordan Hugill moves to Ipswich Town.
Port Vale have confirmed the double signing of veteran winger Chris Eagles and Derby County midfielder Callum Guy.
Port Vale have confirmed that defender Sam Hart has returned to Liverpool after the end of his loan spell.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has tweeted and appeared to indicate that the club are set to sign a new player.
Norman Smurthwaite has told BBC Radio Stoke that Michael Brown has been given a contract extension and will remain at Vale Park either as manager or as assistant.
Port Vale caretaker manager Michael Brown has said that Ryan Boot is the “number two” goalkeeper to first choice Jak Alnwick.
A Port Vale reserves side which featured two trialists swept aside Bradford City 4-0 thanks to two goals from returning striker Anton Forrester.
Former Port Vale loanee Alex Jones has admitted he was frustrated at being played on the wing.
Rob Fielding says that mistakes in managerial appointments and supporter apathy show why the club really needs a proper CEO who can plan for the long-term development of the club.
Caretaker manager Michael Brown says a “team” are trying to bring in new players but in the meantime he will work on improving the existing players’ fitness.
Northampton Town have announced that former Port Vale manager Rob Page has left the club.
Chester manager and Vale legend Jon McCarthy says he’d “love nothing more” than to see Ryan Lloyd break into the Port Vale side next summer.
The worst possible outcome of Vale’s FA Cup defeat to Huddersfield Town could be confirmed as the club expect key players Remie Streete and Jak Alnwick to be sidelined due to injury.
OVF editor Rob Fielding says that uncertainty over the manager’s position could damage the club’s chances on the pitch.