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Striker Ben Williamson originally joined Port Vale on loan in 2012 from Hyde United. The move was then made permanent. He scored twenty seven times during a four year stay in Burslem before leaving to join Gillingham.
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Chris Lines (pictured) and Chris Robertson scored their first Vale goals and Ben Williamson netted a hat-trick as Vale’s rich run of scoring form continued. Williamson’s hat-trick came in the second-half after Vale had led at half-time thanks to Robertson’s effort. Midfielder Lines netted the third Vale goal to score his first for the club. […]
Veteran Lee Hughes has told the Sentinel that Ben Williamson has the potential to “go a lot higher than League One.” Williamson was mostly used as an impact substitute last season, but he agreed a two year deal in the summer, an indication of the potential that the club believe he has. Although Williamson is […]
Striker Ben Williamson has signed a two-year contract with Port Vale, the club have announced. Williamson had agreed the deal in principle some weeks ago and he formally signed the contract this week. The forward scored nine goals last season and will provide strength in depth to the Vale forward line. Vale offered new contracts […]
With the Valiants mustering just one goal in their last four games, OVF wants to find out who you think should partner Tom Pope upfront? There are five obvious options open to Micky Adams and here is each one explained: Lee Hughes Hughes certainly brings vast experience to the side but the jury will still […]
Port Vale reserves followed the first-team’s 6-2 win over Rotherham Utd with a 5-1 defeat of Bradford City on Wednesday evening.
Port Vale made it six clean sheets from six friendlies as the Valiants’ defence made it 540 minutes without conceding a goal. Meanwhile, goals from Ryan Burge (pictured), Ben Williamson and Louis Dodds were enough to secure a 3-0 win over Galway.