Manager Bruno Ribeiro is full of praise for central defender Remie Streete who has been arguably the club’s best player in recent weeks.
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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.
Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro says that Anthony Grant will “come back more strongly” when he returns from suspension.
Popular winger Jerome Thomas has said he is “just happy to be back playing” and that manager Bruno Ribeiro and coach Andy Smith “are the reason I signed.”
It’s now well over a month since Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro was last quoted in the media.
Port Vale could be down to their last two recognised strikers for the crucial FA Cup game against Stevenage on Saturday.
New signing Ryan Taylor says manager Bruno Ribeiro gave the side a “kick up the bum” at half-time during the game against Oxford United.
Bruno Ribeiro conceded that after the home defeat to Coventry that Vale’s performance had been “very bad” and he apologised to supporters.
Bruno Ribeiro says the next home game against Coventry City is “a very important game for us” but he could make changes to “choose the best team for the game.”
Port Vale’s on-loan forward says he enjoys playing regular first-team football and he is hopeful that his loan spell will be extended until the end of the season.
Port Vale defender Nathan Smith has been named the EFL young player of the month for August – an award that stretches across all three divisions of the Football League.
Manager Bruno Ribeiro says that Gezim Shalaj needed time to build up his fitness after missing pre-season.
Take a look at Martyn Cooke’s article on Vale’s Ribeiro revolution over on the Boot Room website
OVF editor says that despite many doubters, including himself, Norman Smurthwaite increasingly looks to have got the key decisions right in recent months.
Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro says he will look to rest “tired” players for the EFL Trophy clash against Derby County B.
Manager Bruno Ribeiro praised striker Alex Jones who scored twice on his full debut.
Bruno Ribeiro paid tribute to the Vale support and said his side could have scored more goals in the 3-1 win over Scunthorpe Utd.
There’s only a matter of days left for the August transfer window yet Rob Fielding predicts it could be a busy period for the Valiants.
Port Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro says that “we need a good striker” but it may take until the last day of the transfer deadline to land one.