In their latest update to shareholders, administrators of the former Port Vale regime, Begsbie Traynor, say they are approaching new solicitors to discuss action against Perry Deakin and Peter Miller.
Tag: Board misconduct
As the Sentinel reports that money may never be recovered from Peter Miller and Perry Deakin at least we can remind the online world what they did while at Vale Park…
A notice in the Press Gazette appears to show that former Port Vale Chief Executive Perry Deakin has been declared bankrupt.
Begbies-Traynor, formally the club’s administrators, have been appointed liquidators after the Valiant 2001 company was wound-up and have pledged to seek to obtain payment from former directors over the nil-paid shares controversy.
Hugely controversial former Port Vale CEO Perry Deakin is working as a “consultant” for Bury FC according to a statement by the club. The statement from Bury FC says “the board would like to make it very clear that Mr Perry Deakin is not a shareholder or director but has been contracted as a commercial […]
Controversial former Port Vale chief executive Perry Deakin has been named as a franchisee for the Chicago Rock bar chain.
We welcome a new blogger to OVF with Malcolm Hirst kindly agreeing to provide us with his Port Vale thoughts and observations. In his first column, Malcolm reflects on his decision to try and bring about change and the challenge of taking on the Port Vale board.
Radio Stoke’s Matt Sandoz claims that Port Vale’s administrators could be taking legal action against members of the club’s discredited former board over the “nil-paid” shares fiasco.
Influential Port Vale columnist Martin Tideswell says that as he waits for a brighter future to begin later this week, he remains “very grateful that ordinary supporters at Port Vale rose up against the self-serving few who were pillaging our club and treating its customers with contempt.”
Port Vale FC’s administrators have confirmed that CEO Perry Deakin was one of four members of staff to be made redundant on Thursday. The club revealed at the turn of the year that Deakin had quit as the club’s £70,000-a-year CEO and was serving his notice.
Port Vale CEO Perry Deakin has told the Sentinel that the board got “carried away” with the Blue Sky deal, that he “was never going to own” his £100,000 share allocation and that the exposure of the nil-paid shares fiasco was “awful.”