Category: Post-match stories 2018-19
Port Vale manager John Askey has praised his team’s attitude during the 1-1 draw with Milton Keynes on Easter Monday.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope has said he’d “rather retire” than engage in Stevenage’s time wasting tactics.
Port Vale manager John Askey says the bigger picture is that the Valiants are safe from relegation despite a 4-1 home loss to Stevenage.
Central defender Nathan Smith said he “couldn’t fault” loanee Kyle Howkins after the pair kept a cleansheet in the 1-0 win over Crewe Alex at the weekend.
Both managers have given their reaction after Port Vale’s 1-0 win over Crewe Alexandra on Saturday.
Defender Nathan Smith conceded that the draw against Swindon Town on Saturday was “scrappy” but says Vale’s unbeaten run has built the team’s confidence.
Port Vale manager John Askey said he was grateful for a point after their League Two game with Swindon Town was affected by poor weather conditions.
Manager John Askey was full of praise for his Port Vale team after their 3-0 home win over Yeovil.
David Worrall says that despite a good performance, the Vale players are “disappointed” not to get all three points against Notts County.
Port Vale manager John Askey said he was pleased with the performance of his team during the 0-0 draw with Notts County.
A disappointed Port Vale manager John Askey says the team will “keep trying” despite another poor result for the club.
Port Vale manager John Askey has been giving his reaction to the 2-1 home defeat to Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday evening.
Port Vale’s top-scorer admits the side is in trouble and is “running out of games” after their home defeat to Morecambe.
Port Vale manager John Askey says that the side need to “switched on to the second ball and being switched on to rebounds. That is where you get your goals from.”
New Port Vale manager John Askey says his side’s disallowed “goal” should have been allowed to stand.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says his future at the club is “not my decision to make” after the home loss to Carlisle increased the pressure on the Vale boss.
Port Vale’s on-loan defender Mitch Clark says he “can’t fault” the Port Vale travelling support.