Port Vale manager John Askey praised his regular central defensive partnership after the 1-0 away win over Crewe Alexandra.
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Towering veteran central defender Leon Legge joined Port Vale on a free transfer in the summer of 2018. He scored his first goal in a win over Crewe Alex.
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Port Vale captain Leon Legge has described the scenes on the pitch after the dramatic 2-1 away win over Bradford City.
Rob Fielding says that the experienced core of the Vale side played a huge role in the side’s long awaited away League win over Bradford.
Port Vale’s veteran defender Leon Legge says he wants opposition teams to be “scared” of visiting Vale Park.
Defender James Gibbons has thanked stand-in captain Leon Legge for his assistance on Tuesday evening.
Weekly digest – fans views on the retained list, the fans forum and a summer transfer rumour for the Valiants.
Leon Legge has urged his team mates to match their workrate from their last League Two game.
Manager John Askey says Leon Legge doesn’t have a clause in his contract and says it would be a “false economy” to not play a player if such a clause existed.
Leon Legge has had a pop at Crewe manager David Artell on social media following Artell’s latest remarks to the media.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin will welcome two key defensive players back into the squad to face Cheltenham Town on Saturday.
Port Vale defender Leon Legge suffered four epileptic seizures last weekend – which caused him to miss the game against Stoke City U21.
Port Vale defender Leon Legge has said “there’s only so much a manager can do” after Neil Aspin received criticism following the heavy defeat to Lincoln City.
Some might say it is too early to start talking about turning points. However, while last weekend’s visit to Crewe was just a short drive up the A500, it might be viewed at the end of the season as one of the biggest strides that the Valiants have taken this season.
Port Vale defender Leon Legge said “the fans were on our side today by really backing us and that helped us get the win on the road” after the 1-0 win at Crewe.
David Artell’s on-man mission to wind-up Port Vale fans has continued as he claimed that Vale’s man of the match Leon Legge “got away with murder”
Veteran defender Leon Legge is set to return to the Port Vale backline for the game against Northampton Town.
Manager Neil Aspin says that new signing Leon Legge is an experienced player who can help Nathan Smith’s development.
Time at club: 2018- Appearances: 37 Goals: 1 Leon Legge player profile: The vastly experienced central defender Leon Legge agreed a one year deal with the Valiants in the summer of 2018. Legge had begun his Football League career in 2009 with Brentford and had also had spells with both Gillingham and Cambridge United before opting for […]