Port Vale manager John Askey says the side were at fault for playing “tippy-tappy” football as their Football League Trophy game against Mansfield Town ended in a 2-2 draw on Tuesday evening.
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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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When the draw was made for the EFL Trophy, the rivals for Port Vale will certainly have brought a wry smile to the face of John Askey. Along with Newcastle’s academy, his current side were drawn alongside two former clubs, Macclesfield Town and Shrewsbury, where past experiences couldn’t be any more contrasting.