Port Vale manager John Askey was delighted to see midfielder Manny Oyeleke return to first-team action on Tuesday night.
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John Askey was the son of Vale legend Colin Askey and a former member of the Port Vale youth squad. After spells with Macclesfield Town and Shrewsbury Town he was appointed Port Vale manager in February 2019.
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Port Vale manager John Askey says the club’s work over the summer will have made the fanbase “proud.”
Port Vale FC manager John Askey says he has been encouraged after talks with a potential forward addition to his squad.
Manager John Askey says the performances of Port Vale’s trialists in the 2-1 friendly defeat to Blackpool has given him “something to think about.”
Port Vale manager John Askey has revealed the identity of some of the trialists currently training with the club and who could feature in the first summer friendly game on Saturday.
Port Vale manager John Askey says he is keen to see trialist Harvey Bradbury play in some friendly games during the summer.
Port Vale manager John Askey says the club expects to lose young defender Nathan Smith after interest in the out of contract star from clubs in higher divisions.
Port Vale manager John Askey has dismissed social media claims that the club are tracking Welsh non-league duo Leo Smith and Jordan Davies.
Port Vale manager John Askey has told the Sentinel newspaper that he would be interested in having loan duo Mitch Clark and Jake Taylor in his squad next season.
Port Vale manager John Askey says he will be “looking for another couple up front” if Mark Cullen agrees to stay with the club.
When people are dying, football goes out of the window – Port Vale manager John Askey on the Coronavirus pandemic
Port Vale manager John Askey says that football has to take second-place as the world struggles to deal with the Coronavirus outbreak.
Port Vale manager John Askey said he was “really pleased” with his side performed during the goalless draw with Cheltenham and added “we deserved to win.”
Port Vale manager John Askey says he is confident that club captain Leon Legge will join the ranks of players to agree new contracts with the club.
Port Vale manager John Askey has spoken to the official Port Vale website about the recent good form which has propelled the side into the play-off places in League Two. Askey says that the players don’t “get too carried away” with thoughts of promotion and can concentrate on each match as it comes.