Port Vale chairman Norman Smurthwaite has told the Sentinel newspaper that “the club has to find its own level” as he says he will stopping his personal investment.
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Port Vale chairman Norman Smuthwaite has attacked the Police for “dictatorial and disproportionate actions” after the club’s game against Doncaster was deemed high risk.
A notice in the Press Gazette appears to show that former Port Vale Chief Executive Perry Deakin has been declared bankrupt.
Norman Smurthwaite tweets that his “sweets jar is being broken in the morning” as speculation of a new signing mounts.
Owner Norman Smurthwaite has told OVF readers that he will personally fund all future summer deals and that the Ryan Inniss deal is “in question.”
OVF Editor Rob Fielding believes that there is no excuse for excessive policing charges and that recent court cases could open the way for Vale to take legal action if there is any evidence of such behaviour.
The Sentinel newspaper says Vale have sold nearly 3,000 season tickets ahead of Tuesday’s deadline for early-bird prices.
Chairman Norman Smurthwaite has been interviewed by BBC Radio Stoke about the playing budget for the next season.
OVF editor Rob Fielding says the Vale’s budget is sustainable while Tom Pope purchasers Bury are engaged in a massive financial gamble.
The influential Annual Review of Football Finance by Deloitte shows an ever profitable Premier League and a widening financial gap between it and Football League clubs.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite says he may personally inject money to sign defender Remie Streete but only if he “sees the support of the fans.”
Yes, hindsight is a fine thing, but Rob Fielding argues that an alternative design for the Lorne Street stand would have been a better option for the club.
Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite says he will only provide additional funds ” if I see the appetite or opportunity.”