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About Michael Brown
The former Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder joined the Valiants in the closing stages of his player career making 56 appearances during a three year spell as player from 2014 to 2017.
He was appointed as assistant manager to Bruno Ribeiro in 2016. Following Ribeiro’s resignation on Boxing Day 2016, Brown was appointed caretaker manager but was unable to save the club from relegation to League Two. He was appointed permanent manager in the summer of 2017 but after a poor start to the 2017-18 season he was sacked on the 16th September.
Port Vale manager Michael Brown has urged Vale fans to continue to back the team as they face “three massive games.”
Interim manager Michael Brown said he was “very disappointed” after his Port Vale side lost to fellow strugglers Chesterfield on Saturday.
Port Vale interim manager Michael Brown said that defender Kjell Knops suffered a severe injury during the defeat to Rochdale.
Interim Port Vale manager Michael Brown said that the Valiants “looked tired” during their disappointing 2-1 defeat to bottom club Coventry.
Interim manager Michael Brown praised his side’s extra “desire” during their second-half display on Friday night.
Interim manager Michael Brown says that a poor fitness routine under previous manager Bruno Ribeiro has contributed to the spate of recent injuries.
Port Vale interim manager Michael Brown says the club’s games in hand give them a chance of staying up but that it will be a “physical” challenge.
In a post on the OVF forum, Norman Smurthwaite has responded to questions about managers Bruno Ribeiro and Rob Page.
Port Vale’s search for free agents to boost their squad looks to have failed as interim boss Michael Brown admitted.
Interim manager Michael Brown says midfielder Quentin Pereira is not in contention as he “hasn’t trained great.”
Port Vale manager Michael Brown said that Gillingham’s last-gasp equaliser ruined what could have been Vale’s perfect away performance.
Caretaker manager Michael Brown says the club missed on adding an experienced defender and striker during the transfer deadline day.
It’s difficult to judge whether Vale’s moves in the transfer window will help or hinder the club.
Port Vale caretaker manager Michael Brown joked that he had “booked in the takeaways” as he predicted a busy end to the transfer window for the club.
Glasgow Rangers manager Mark Warburton batted away questions about Rangers’ reported interest in Jak Alnwick.