Malcolm Hirst, vice chair of the Supporters Club has appealed to Port Vale fans to avoid discrimatory behaviour during the match against rivals Crewe.
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North London Valiants’ Malcolm Hirst offers his reflections on all things Port Vale.
Columnists Malcolm Hirst and Mark Walton ponder whether a managerial change is needed at Vale Park.
Port Vale Supporters Club vice chair Malcolm Hirst says the recent fans forum on the Checkatrade Trophy did little to address supporters’ concerns.
Columnist Malcolm Hirst thinks two Vale players have done enough to earn early contract extensions.
Port Vale Supporters Club vice chairman Malcolm Hirst spoke to OVF’s Rob Fielding to explain recent changes.
Fans for Malcolm Hirst updates OVF viewers on a Port Vale game to promote Fans for Diversity…
Columnist Malcolm Hirst says there are simply no excuses for the fans hell-bent on violence at the Grimsby Town match…
Columnist Malcolm Hirst says that the club’s Football League future could be in serious doubt and that one person will be to blame if it does go down…
Columnist Malcolm Hirst says that the Hugill money should be split between investment in the squad and paying off directors’ loans.
Columnist Malcolm Hirst says that following the appointment of Neil Aspin and John Rudge Port Vale now need to build for the future.
Columnist Malcolm Hirst says that despite tweets from owner Norman Smurthwaite, most Vale fans know where the club’s current problems stem from.
Columnist Malcolm Hirst says that the rudderless club are in danger of having just non-league football to look forward to.
Columnist Malcolm Hirst feels that the Vale manager has been “too cautious” and was found out during the defeat to Wycombe Wanderers.
Columnist Malcolm Hirst’s second side is cult German outfit St Pauli so how did he react when they announced a partnership with Stoke City?
Columnist Malcolm Hirst thinks that publishing the club accounts would earn owner Norman Smurthwaite more respect from Vale fans.
Vale fan Malcolm Hirst welcomes an apology from Norman Smurthwaite but wants him to write off the loans, put a reasonable price on the club and open a dialogue with Synectics.
Port Vale fan Malcolm Hirst has some forthright views on what actions owner Norman Smurthwaite should take.
Long-standing Port Vale fan Malcolm Hirst thinks recent events show that it’s time for Norman Smurthwaite to sell the club at a realistic price.
Opinion by Malcolm Hirst. Recent games have shown Vale to be a “chalk and cheese” team and it’s vital Vale approach the game against Bristol Rovers in the right manner.
OVF blogger Malcolm Hirst says that although Micky Adams divides opinion amongst Vale fans, he “could be that uniting factor for us as a club…”
We welcome a new blogger to OVF with Malcolm Hirst kindly agreeing to provide us with his Port Vale thoughts and observations. In his first column, Malcolm reflects on his decision to try and bring about change and the challenge of taking on the Port Vale board.