Former Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has said he plans to sell Nuneaton Borough’s stadium, Liberty Way, in the next two months.
Category: Former Valiants
News about former Port Vale players and staff.
Another of our occasional updates on how some former Port Vale players are faring…
Former Port Vale central defender Connell Rawlinson says the club made an offer to take him off the transfer list before his move to Notts County.
Former Port Vale loanee Mitchell Clark has signed for Leicester City.
Newport County have expressed an interest in veteran midfielder Sam Foley, who has been training with the Valiants since being released by Northampton.
Wilson Carvalho, a graduate of the Port Vale Academy squad has joined League One side Accrington Stanley.
Port Vale manager John Askey thinks that any chance of a right-back Mitch Clark returning to Vale Park has gone.
Billericay Town have signed up two former Port Vale players for next season.
Former Port Vale midfielder Anthony Grant has been dropped to the youth team for the whole of next season.
National League North side Chester FC have announced the signing of former Port Vale striker Danny Elliott.
News on some former Valiants – Alex Jones, Donovan Wilson, Jordan Hugill and Remie Streete…
Former Port Vale manager and club legend Neil Aspin is reportedly one of the leading contenders for the vacant FC Halifax Town manager’s post.
Former Port Vale midfielder Danny Whitaker has paid tribute to Port Vale after announcing his retirement as a player.
Stevenage have signed former Port Vale loanee Tyler Denton from Leeds United.
National League side Wrexham have announced the signing of former Port Vale striker JJ Hooper.
In a surprising move, Port Vale’s League Two rivals Crawley Town have snapped up former Port Vale midfielder Nathan Ferguson.
Well-travelled former Port Vale winger Jennison Myrie-Williams has joined Gloucester City.
Oxford United winger Gavin Whyte has revealed how he persuaded Mark Sykes to opt for a move to Oxford United over one to Port Vale.
Former Port Vale winger Luke Hannant has tweeted a message of thanks to “Port Vale staff, players and fans” after he confirmed his move to Cambridge United.
Port Vale may have been languishing in the lower leagues for too long now but it hasn’t diminished the passion of the fans who really appreciate the club’s star players.