It was a false dawn but Bruno Ribeiro’s side turned on the style in 2016 to put three goals past Scunthorpe United. The star of the show was loan striker Alex Jones.
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Alex Jones was one of the few bright spots of the 2016-17 after he joined Port Vale on loan from Birmingham City. The striker scored nine times in the first half of the season but he left in January to join League One rivals Bradford City on a permanent basis.
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Former Port Vale loanee Alex Jones has signed for Cambridge United for the rest of the season.
Winger Mark Marshall may join striker Alex Jones on the sidelines as Bradford City take on Port Vale on Saturday.
Former Port Vale loanee Alex Jones has admitted he was frustrated at being played on the wing.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite claims that a failure to agree terms with Alex Jones’ agent caused a permanent deal for the forward to break down.
Loan striker Alex Jones has tweeted a message that appears to suggest his time at Vale Park could be at an end.
New Birmingham City manager Gianfranco Zola says the club are ready to extend striker Alex Jones’ loan spell at Vale Park.
Port Vale assistant manager Michael Brown says the club are determined to sign forward Alex Jones despite managerial changes at Birmingham City.
Port Vale assistant manager Michael Brown says the club have spoken to Birmingham manager Gary Rowett several times about a deal for Alex Jones.
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Coach Andy Smith believes Port Vale’s top scorer Alex Jones is a few training sessions away from a return to action.
Port Vale assistant manager Michael Brown says that the Stevenage game may come too early for Vale to risk strikers Anton Forrester and Alex Jones.
Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett indicated earlier this month that the club could be prepared to sell the on-loan striker.
Port Vale Norman Smurthwaite has told BBC Radio Stoke that there is Premier League interest in Nathan Smith but that the club would like to sign Alex Jones on a permanent basis.