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  1. Can you beat the clock and name all ten of Port Vale’s all-time leading goalscorers? Take part in our brand-new quiz. Note: simply enter the surname of each player (there is no need to enter their first name). You can guess as many times as you want. Just scroll down and click PLAY to begin… Continue reading Quiz: can you name Port Vale’s top ten leading goalscorers? at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  2. Port Vale have announced that midfielder Jake Taylor will remain on loan at the club until the end of the season. Taylor, who is currently recovering from injury, has been a major success after signing from Forest at the start of the season. He has nailed down a regular starting position and adding a goal threat from midfield with seven goals so far. A club statement confirmed: Port Vale are pleased to confirm that Nottingham Forest midfielder Jake Taylor has extended his loan at the club until the end of the season. Continue reading Major boost for Port Vale as midfielder extends his loan spell with club at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  3. Port Vale FC made six signings in the January 2019 transfer window – but can you remember their names? Twelve months on and you’ve got five minutes to try and guess them all in our free quiz. Note: simply enter the surname of each player (there is no need to enter their first name). You can guess as many times as you want. Just scroll down and click PLAY to begin… Continue reading Quiz: can you name Port Vale’s January 2019 signings? at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  4. Swindon Town manager Richie Wellens thinks his Swindon squad is stretched to the limits as they prepare to take on the Valiants. Town’s bench for the defeat to Newport County comprised mainly of teenagers and Wellens thinks his squad needs boosting ahead of Vale’s visit. He told the local media: “The squad now – because we’ve been running on empty a little bit over the past few weeks – needs some help, it needs some refuelling and it needs a boost with an extra couple of bodies coming through the door.” “It’s a reminder – yes, we are top of the league, but have we got a top of the league squad at the moment? Continue reading Running on empty – Swindon Town boss concerned ahead of Port Vale clash at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  5. Port Vale manager John Askey says that sometimes “it is down to the players” when it comes down to negotiating new contracts with the football club. A host of players including first-team regulars Nathan Smith, James Gibbons, Leon Legge, David Worrall and David Amoo are all out of contract at the end of the season. Central defender Smith has already been linked with a move to Championship side Birmingham City and with the club in a far better position than last season, Askey will be keen to maintain the core of his squad. Continue reading Sometimes there is not a lot you can do – Port Vale manager on contract negotiations at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  6. In-form Port Vale centre-half Nathan Smith says he is enjoying his football more than at any other time in his career. The dependable youngster has been a stand-out performer this season alongside veteran Leon Legge and is a contender for the Vale player of the season award. Speaking after being awarded the sponsors’ man of the match award for the win over Leyton Orient, Smith told the official Port Vale website: “Winning games makes them more enjoyable, it makes that feel good factor around the club, that little bit of a buzz in the changing room, the morale’s high and I think I’m enjoying my football probably the most I have in my career. Continue reading In-form Nathan Smith – I’m enjoying my football at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  7. Port Vale manager John Askey said he was pleased with the style of Port Vale’s play after their 1-0 home win over Leyton Orient. The Valiants secured their first home win since the 29th December thanks to winger David Amoo’s second-half strike. However, the Valiants created a number of chances before the winning goal including chances for Will Atkinson, Mark Cullen and David Worrall. The three points makes up for the disappointment of Vale’s midweek loss to Morecambe and see Vale stretch their unbeaten run at home to four matches. Continue reading Back to playing some decent football – Port Vale boss on win over Leyton Orient at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  8. You can discuss Port Vale’s next match on our dedicated forum thread – or read the thoughts of other fans… You need to be a registered user to post but you can register for FREE for our forum at any time. Continue reading Discuss Port Vale’s match against Leyton Orient at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  9. Port Vale could soon have a fully fit squad after the news that Manny Oyeleke and Adam Crookes have both returned to training. The duo have been missing for some weeks and the Valiants will be careful not to rush them back into action. The pair have been having rehabilitation at Burton’s St George’s Park over the last two weeks and are now fit enough to rejoin first-team training sessions. Continue reading Port Vale boosted as duo return to training at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  10. Another Pope reaches triple figures. Though this one is a bit younger, shorter and less controversial on social media platforms...
  11. Port Vale manager John Askey has dismissed online rumours that Championship side Birmingham City are interested in Port Vale defender Nathan Smith as “nothing”. Locally-born Smith has been in fine form this season and Internet rumours have linked the Blues with a swoop for the 23 year-old central defender. However, when asked the question in a press conference, Askey told the media: “You have probably been talking to Nathan’s agent! Continue reading Manager dismisses talk of Birmingham City bid for Port Vale defender at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  12. It’s been a long run of away trips for the Valiants, will they celebrate their return to the Vale Park stadium with a home win over Leyton Orient on Saturday? Here’s our preview… Continue reading Match Preview: Port Vale versus Leyton Orient, 18th January 2020 at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  13. QUIZ TIME: Can you name Port Vale’s starting XI from just over a year ago? On the 19th January 2019, Port Vale took on Crawley Town in League Two. But can you remember who was in the Valiants starting XI? Note: don’t use the photo above for clues as that’s from an entirely different match! You’ve got three minutes to try and remember. Click start when you’re ready to go… Continue reading Quiz: can you name Port Vale’s starting line-up for Crawley Town, January 2019 at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  14. Port Vale have confirmed that striker Jordan Archer will join National League side Stockport County on loan for a month. The former Bury forward joined the Valiants in September 2019 and made a goalscoring debut in the Football League Trophy clash against Shrewsbury Town. However, his spell at the club has been disrupted by injuries with Archer makign just eight appearances so far. The Vale clearly think a run of first-team football will benefit the 26 year-old who will play under former Port Vale manager Jim Gannon, now manager of Stockport. Continue reading Port Vale allow striker Jordan Archer to go out on loan at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  15. Considering who manages Stockport, I wish Jordan the very best of luck!!!
  16. A round-up of some of the stores to come out of the club in recent days including an event at Vale Park, a new commercial deal and the departure of a key member of staff. Vale Park to host apprenticeship event A recruitment event will be held at Vale Park in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent on Wednesday February 5. Hundreds of apprenticeship opportunities will be available from hairdressing to construction, IT or sales to engineering. Continue reading Port Vale news digest, Thursday 16th January at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  17. So sad to read this - they are all in my thoughts. May Ronan rest in peace.
  18. The club have also renewed their partnership with Blink Creative who have helped with things like the design of the club graphics, kit launches etc. While Max will undoubtedly be hard to replace it's good to see them continue with Blink and it should that the owners clearly want the club to come across in a professional, consistent way. It's such a refreshing change from previous regimes who seemed to regard marketing, media and PR as an expensive irrelevance and tried to spend as little as possible on it.
  19. Blimey we got to lunch without losing a wicket. I know it's a flat deck but still... I've seen a stat that says that is the first time England have been no wickets down at lunch on day one since the days of Strauss and Cook opening.
  20. Port Vale manager John Askey says that the four consecutive away fixtures has been a “tough run.” Vale last played at home on New Year’s Day and since then have faced Manchester City, Salford City, Stevenage and Morecambe away from home. Askey told the official Port Vale website: “It’s been a tough run of fixtures we’ve just played four away games on the bounce so it was always going to be difficult and take a bit out of us, but we’ve got a home game coming up so hopefully we can respond and if we get three points then we’re back in it. Continue reading Port Vale manager – it’s been a tough run of fixtures at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  21. Max has been excellent in my opinion. Loads of quality content put out and a very nice bloke to boot. I wish him the best of luck for the future.
  22. Salford have signed Michael O'Connor today...
  23. It was a disappointing evening on Tuesday when Port Vale slumped to a 2-1 League Two away loss to struggling Morecambe. Arguably the only highlight for the Valiants was the first first-team goal for James Gibbons. It came on the defender’s 88th senior appearance for the club but sadly was not enough for Vale to get anything out of the game. Vale were also denied an equaliser late on when David Amoo forced a fine save out of Morecambe goalkeeper Mark Halstead. Continue reading Watch James Gibbons’ first senior Port Vale goal at onevalefan.co.uk. More
  24. I would definitely agree with that. I just hope we can agree a loan extension with Forest and we don't have a Jones/Anderson issue where a richer club comes in to nick our loanee.
  25. Port Vale manager John Askey has said he will look to bring in players during the January transfer window after the loss to Morecambe. Vale suffered a poor start where they conceded twice in the opening stages. When asked if he was looking to bring in players Askey told the media: “We need to, just to get things going again probably. Hopefully the lads respond as they have done in the previous games when this has happened. Continue reading Port Vale manager looks to new additions after loss to Morecambe at onevalefan.co.uk. More
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