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  1. Latest news coming out of Port Vale in the last 24 hours View the full article
  2. Neil Aspin left Port Vale last season View the full article
  3. 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. On Monday the club announced that: FC Halifax Town manager Jamie Fullarton has resigned from his job with the National League club. The 44-year-old former Notts County boss had been in charge at The Shay since February 2018 and guided them to a 16th-place finish in the National League last season. Continue reading Former Port Vale manager linked with return to old club at onevalefan.co.uk. View the full article
  4. Manny Oyeleke impressed in his first season at Port Vale View the full article
  5. Club News Port Vale are proud to be supporting "The 92 For Autism" and would like to wish Ian Barker and those taking part the best of luck, as they attempt visit all 92 football league clubs in just FOUR days at the end of the month. View the full article
  6. Port Vale manager John Askey has praised trialist Alex Hurst and hinted that the player could earn a permanent deal at Vale Park. 19 year-old Hurst has featured in Port Vale’s last two friendlies and the left-sided player offers cover on the left side of defence and midfield. Hurst joined Bradford Park Avenue from Northern Premier League Premier Division side Matlock Town in October 2018 after beginning his career in the Crewe youth ranks. Continue reading John Askey hints at deal for trialist Alex Hurst at onevalefan.co.uk. View the full article
  7. Former Newcastle United defender Remie Streete became a favourite at Port Vale in two years with the club View the full article
  8. Port Vale's youth side took on Newcastle Town in a pre-season friendly View the full article
  9. Academy The new crop of first year u18s scholars reported back to the academy last week and are looking forward to the new season. View the full article
  10. Leek Town entertained Port Vale in a pre-season friendly View the full article
  11. Port Vale manager John Askey says the Fleetwood friendly game will provide a greater test and the defence will “have to defend a lot better.” Askey was critical of the performance of the backline during the 2-1 win over Leek telling the official Port Vale website: “It will be completely different. We will have to defend a lot better than we did (against Leek). We hardly won a header and that is through lack of aggression. Continue reading John Askey says Port Vale’s defence must improve at onevalefan.co.uk. View the full article
  12. Port Vale manager John Askey says his new frontline is “better” than last season’s line-up. Tom Pope apart, the Valiants struggled for goals last season and after releasing Ricky Miller, Dan Turner, Dior Angus and Danny Elliott, Askey has brought in Mark Cullen, Richie Bennett and David Amoo. Askey told the official Port Vale website: “I think we are better off than we were last season. You can see Cullen’s movement is good, and Richie has goals in this league so I think we are stronger. Continue reading John Askey says Port Vale are stronger upfront this season at onevalefan.co.uk. View the full article
  13. Club News Port Vale manager John Askey says his side must do better than what they showed against Leek Town when they host Fleetwood on Wednesday evening. View the full article
  14. Club News Images courtesy of club photographer, Gerard Austin (@Austino123). View the full article
  15. Port Vale manager John Askey says he has been impressed with goalkeeper Jonny Maddison (pictured) while right-back Shaun Cummins has done “OK.” Vale have seen the trialists play in two friendly games – against Kidsgrove and Leek – and both could have the chance to earn a full contract. Askey said of former Darlington keeper Maddison: “Jonny has done well. he has a good attitude but we are still looking at more keepers. Continue reading Port Vale manager gives update on trialists at onevalefan.co.uk. View the full article
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