Can you name all of former Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro’s Port Vale signings in six minutes? You’ll have to be quick as there are nineteen in all to name…
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About Bruno Ribeiro
Bruno Ribeiro is a Portuguese former player turned football manager. As a player he appeared for Leeds and Sheffield United in the English Leagues.
He was appointed as Port Vale FC manager in June 2016 following the departure of Rob Page to Northampton Town. According to reports, he was apparently recommended to owner Norman Smurthwaite by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho.
He brought in a large number of players, including a large number from overseas but after a bright start to the season the team’s form duly fell away. He resigned on Boxing Day 2016 after a defeat to Walsall and was replaced by his assistant Michael Brown.
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Former Port Vale manager Bruno has returned to S.C. Salgueiros for a second spell as manager.
Former Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro is one of a eclectic list of candidates to be the next St Mirren manager.
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Former Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro has been appointed chief coach of Portuguese Salgueiros.
In a post on the OVF forum, Norman Smurthwaite apologises for Ribeiro decision and has responded to questions about Rob Page and Michael Brown.
Port Vale skipper Ben Purkiss says Vale’s new coaching staff are having to work hard to rectify mistakes made by manager Bruno Ribeiro and his staff.
There have been plenty of stories in the last few days following the resignation of Bruno Ribeiro. Here is a round-up of the latest.
Rob Fielding says that it was right for Bruno Ribeiro to leave the club but the Valiants now face a crucial period where they need to sort things out both on and off the pitch.
Owner Norman Smurthwaite has given the strongest indication yet that manager Bruno Ribeiro could be set to depart Vale Park.
Bruno Ribeiro winless run in the league now stands at five games as Vale now find themselves looking down at the relegation zone rather than up at the play-off spots.
Port Vale manager says he would play two upfront if Martin Paterson could regain match fitness.
Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro says that if forward JJ Hooper “was here right now he might be playing” and that he could remain at the club from January onwards.
OVF editor Rob Fielding says that keeping faith with Bruno Ribeiro may just help bring about a youthful and talented squad for future seasons.
After a summer that saw a mass influx of new signings, manager Bruno Ribeiro says there will be less summer signings in future seasons.
OVF editor Rob Fielding ponders what he believes are nine key issues affecting the club at this time…
Bruno Ribeiro says that midfielder Sebastien Amoros is still learning how to play in League One.