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Mitch Clark has only played a few games for Vale this season but it's already very apparent that he is one hell of a player at this level, possibly even better than last season. He gets about the pitch, his positional sense is good, he reads the game well and tidies up behind the center backs, is versatile, excellent going forward and is tenacious perhaps a bit too much at times. He would be a tremendous permanent  signing if it could be made to happen.

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Settled in really well again. We certainly look IMO a better balanced team with him and Gibbo at full backs. If I’m being a little critical I’d say that first half at cheltenham they had more joy in getting behind him and getting crosses and I felt at times yesterday that he held onto the ball a little too long at times and ran up blind alleys and lost it. But he should get better as he gets older and for me it was tough choice between him, Gibbo and Conlon for MOM. 

 

I’d imagine he’s on a cracking wage at Leicester and as things stand he could currently be the player in our squad that’s on the most money, so it may not be that easy getting him, especially as he has another 2 years on his deal there. 

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On 09/03/2020 at 11:40, Regal Beagle said:

Almost certainly signs for Bradford on a free.

He would demand a fee because he is under 24, plus he is still under contract at Leicester.  So would definitely require a fee.

 

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