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James Gibbons is an energetic, locally-born attacking right-back who progressed through the junior ranks to earn a professional contract at the club. He was young player of the year in 2018.
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Port Vale defender James Gibbons has told the Sentinel newspaper that he is set to agree a new contract with the club.
Port Vale are set to name an extremely strong matchday squad for their visit to Walsall this weekend with a number of players returning from injury or suspension.
Port Vale’s home game against Colchester United is one of the most highly anticipated games of the season but Vale will have to make do without three players on Saturday afternoon.
Port Vale have revealed there is a clause in defender James Gibbons contract that allows the club the option to extend the full-back’s deal.
It wasn’t a classic by any stretch of the imagination but Port Vale defender James Gibbons says “three points is three points” after Vale’s away victory over Stevenage.
Port Vale defender James Gibbons says the FA Cup victory over Milton Keynes was “a perfect away win.”
James Gibbons says confidence is high at Vale Park after back-to-back away wins.
Port Vale have been dealt a double blow with the news that defender James Gibbons and midfielder Manny Oyeleke are both ruled out of the home game against Morecambe on Saturday.
Sadly the Valiants have suffered a number of injuries in recent weeks so we’ve produced a list of the latest injury news.
Port Vale goalkeeper Scott Brown says he’s “quite pleased” with the side’s defending but he singled out one Port Vale team mate for praise.
Defender James Gibbons has thanked stand-in captain Leon Legge for his assistance on Tuesday evening.
Port Vale manager John Askey has explained the absence of James Gibbons and David Worrall from the friendly game against Leek Town.
James Gibbons says that the side has to “pick up results on the pitch” as they prepare to take on Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday evening.
Youngster James Gibbons has told the official Port Vale website that this season has been “up and down” for him.
Port Vale have delivered some largely welcome injury news after confirming that striker Tom Pope could return against Oldham Athletic.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says four of his squad are ruled out through injury while two other players have missed training because of knocks.
67% of fans who voted think defender James Gibbons deserves a place in the Vale squad.
Neil Aspin says right-back James Gibbons was left out of the matchday squad against Forest Green Rovers because he is lacking consistency.
Striker Tom Pope was crowned player of the year for 2018 and in the process has become the first player to win the award on three separate occasions.
Port Vale first-teamers Nathan Smith and James Gibbons (both pictured right in the photo) attended a national event chaired by Show Racism the Red Card.
Port Vale has made three changes for the game against local rivals Crewe Alexandra.
Defender James Gibbons says that while his current form is not good enough, he’s happy with his progress this season.