In his latest column, OVF founder Rob Fielding comments that “supporters seeking change should be wary of the boardroom silence.” To find out why he is urging caution, read the rest of his latest “One Vale View” column.
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In his latest column, OVF founder Rob Fielding ponders whether, in light of the email sent to Hank Julichier demanding payment for shares, the club’s solicitors need to be sending letters to two prominent club officials who have yet to prove proof of payment for their significant shareholdings. Port Vale CEO Perry Deakin was labelled […]
In his latest column, OVF founder Rob Fielding says that the forthcoming removal of Perry Deakin and Peter Miller from the CEO and Chairman roles, while welcome, do not represent closure for the vast majority of Port Vale supporters. Fielding says that fans will only be happy when the entire board has been removed from […]
OVF founder Rob Fielding says in his latest column, that while he’s delighted at the Sentinel’s investigations into Port Vale FC, the local radio station is lagging behind. According to Rob, Radio Stoke is “an organisation which is meant to provide value for its licence payers, but which seemingly cannot or will not ask the […]
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding writes that an OVF poll showing over 95% of fans have no faith in the current board is a “damning assessment of the current board. Fielding argues that “it looks like another huge wedge has been driven between the board and fans” and that “the board […]
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding argues that the club need to stop hiding behind their “no comment” statement on the Blue Sky International (BSI) investment and face the fans’ questions. Fielding argues that it’s in the club’s best interests to face the fans at Thursday’s Supporters Club meeting, but he won’t […]
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding says that Tuesday’s statement from Port Vale FC and Wednesday’s Sentinel article have resulted in plenty of rumours and that “only the club can calm the speculation down and it can do that by clearly answering some of the key questions that fans have raised in […]
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding says the recent silence from the club is worrying. Rob says “one of the key issues with the previous regime was the lack of open and honest communication” and if the club don’t re-engage with the supporters then they can hardly be surprised when the fans […]
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding reacts to the statements from Black and Gold and North London Valiants who have called an end to their protests. Rob says he “applauds the efforts of both groups” and their bravery in taking a stand against an unpopular board of directors.
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding says he thinks fans should not be judging the Blue Sky deal on the strength of a solitary press release. Rob doesn’t expect 100% approval for this latest opinion piece, far from it, but he stands by his claim that it is still too early to […]
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding says that it’s only natural for fans to have questions and concerns about the club’s proposed deal with Blue Sky International. He suggests that fans are patient and wait for the board’s answers to their questions before rushing to make judgement, but he also implores the […]
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding says that at first glance, the £8m investment deal with US consortium Blue Sky could be very good for Port Vale FC. But he also urges the board to continue with an honest and open dialogue with supporters.
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding says the board’s cut-price ticket offer and offers to talk to fans shows that SEO is working and the board are desperate for the campaign to stop. I am not surprised by Perry Deakin’s decision to offer cut-price tickets to the Crawley game. The CEO has […]
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding looks at the latest official statement by the club, which contains Port Vale’s response to the allegations by Nantwich Town. Town have accused Vale of cancelling a pre-season friendly and not paying a bill for their use of the club’s training facilities.
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding says it is a damning indictment of the board that the completion of the vital revenue-generating Robbie Williams restaurant suite is now more than four years late. In this column, Rob explains how an influential football reports backs up his view that off-field development is vital […]
In Rob Fielding’s latest “One Vale View” column, he applauds one Vale fan’s brave decision to give up his season ticket, despite his sixty five years of support of the Valiants. It just so happens, that the Vale fan in question is his father and the man to whom the OVF website is dedicated…
In Rob Fielding’s latest “One Vale View” column he revisits an old article and repeats his request for the board to demonstrate their alleged “appetite for change” in light of appeals for information from NLV and Mark Sims. Rob also asks whether Micky Adams will put his money where his mouth is and is happy […]
In Rob Fielding’s latest opinion piece “One Vale View” the OVF founder responds to recent comments from Chairman Bill Bratt about Tricell in the Sentinel newspaper.
Board’s proposal crudely contradicts a democratic vote by shareholders argues Rob Fielding. Pecksniffian is an unusual word I like to occasionally use. It comes from Dickens’ novel Martin Chuzzlewit and relates to the character Sam Pecksniff. Based on the character’s traits, it is used to describe those who claim to be acting with the moral […]
Regal Sports, the manufacturers of Port Vale’s matchday programme are threatening legal action after they claimed that Port Vale CEO Perry Deakin “grossly misrepresented” matchday sales of the programme. The Milton Keynes-based firm signed a two-year contract in July to design and produce the Vale programme until the end of the 2012/13 season and agreed […]