Although Port Vale are having a fairly decent season in League Two so far, John Askey’s team will look forward to a bitterly fought match against Crewe Alexandra on 2 November.
Rob Fielding thinks that the recent statement about John Rudge becoming the club president is very welcome news. Rob Fielding writes… Over the years I have heard several conversations among Port Vale supporters about how to properly celebrate legendary manager John Rudge. His unceremonious sacking by then chairman Bill Bell prompted the “flat cap” march […]
James Russell thinks success is a long-term project and realistically Vale will need to work hard to push for the play-off places this season.
The situation at Bury is just the latest example of a club descending into chaos as the Football League does nothing.
After reaching the semi-final in last year’s World Cup, it was important for England to build on that performance. They’ve certainly been able to do just that, and June sees them attempting to win the first-ever UEFA Nations League.
Our correspondent feels that a “new chapter is unfolding at Vale Park” as a summer rebuild looms.
The CONIFA federation may be one of the most fascinating International football associations that you’ve never heard of.
Rob Fielding says it’s a long shot but will a recent signing be a canny piece of business by the club?
Premier League clubs pay their agents millions of pounds every year for some of the best players. Find out just how much some of the teams spent last year.
In this article we discuss some of the nation’s favourite footballers and why we love them.
Rob Fielding says fans should be applauding not criticising the clubs attempts to promote diversity at Vale Park.
Malcolm Hirst, vice chair of the Supporters Club has appealed to Port Vale fans to avoid discrimatory behaviour during the match against rivals Crewe.
When fit Manny Oyeleke has proved his worth for the Valiants but James Russell says Vale need to have an alternative if he is unavailable.
OVF founder and editor Rob Fielding utterly condemns Norman Smurthwaite’s intentions to put the club into administration if an acceptable bid does not come forward.
Rob Fielding hails the thousands appealing for change at the club but says this could be a long-term protest campaign.
James Russell explores if Vale now need to re-examine the way they use their veteran forward.
In this fictional account, our correspondent imagines a desperately gloomy situation for our club in a couple of year’s time…
The Conifa European Cup is a worldwide football tournament set up by Conifa which means Confederation Of Independent Football Associations, an institution representing an assembly of people that falls outside the regular FIFA sphere. It happens every two years with its first tournament in 2015.
OVF founder Rob Fielding says that the the club needs to be sold to a new owner and for that reason he is backing the Black and Gold protests.
After Charlton Athletic fans successfully get their Valley ground re-listed as a community asset, Rob Fielding thinks it’s something for Port Vale supporter groups to consider.