Rob Fielding argues that Vale need to ensure that long-term planning continues with players’ contracts.
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Port Vale have handed full debuts to three players for their Football League Trophy clash against Shrewsbury Town.
Port Vale have announced the departure of forward Ben Whitfield by mutual consent.
It’s Vale first match in the beautifully named Leasing.com Trophy as they take on a team well-known to manager John Askey.
We understand that getting to a home game at Vale Park is not as simple as some local radio commentators think.
Port Vale manager John Askey says it is unlikely that the Valiants will make any deadline day signings on Monday. Vale boosted their squad last week with the triple signing of Shaun Brisley, Jordan Archer and loanee Jack Taylor. Askey joked: “I’ll ask Carol if she has another million for a star player! No, that […]
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Defender James Gibbons has thanked stand-in captain Leon Legge for his assistance on Tuesday evening.
Port Vale manager John Askey has confirmed that former Notts County player Will Patching is on trial with the club.
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.
Port Vale manager John Askey said the team put on an “excellent performance” as they defeated Forest Green Rovers on Tuesday evening.
Thanks to the Port Vale YouTube channel you can watch brief highlights of Vale’s first win of the season.
How would you rate the Port Vale players after their opening League win of the season.
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A new season always brings plenty of optimism for potential promotees, as well as fear for those who risk relegation.
We understand that getting to a home game at Vale Park is not as simple as some commentators think.
Defender Nathan Smith says he thinks the club’s new owners “couldn’t have done a better job” in the short space of time they have been in charge.
Port Vale coach Dave Kevan says the team’s more established players are now used to the team’s style of play but the newer signings may “take a little more time.”