OVF editor Rob Fielding ponders what he believes are nine key issues affecting the club at this time…
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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 assistant manager Michael Brown says that the Stevenage game may come too early for Vale to risk strikers Anton Forrester and Alex Jones.
OVF editor Rob Fielding wonders if the FA Cup game against Stevenage is the time for Vale to rely on proven experience over potential.
Port Vale assistant manager Michael Brown says he hopes that Rigino Cicilia’s opening goal for the club will give the striker “confidence.”
Long-serving Chris Birchall has backed Michael Brown to be a manager one day but says that following his contract offer and even as a Vale fan “at times, you have to look elsewhere when offers are not what you’ve been expecting”
Port Vale’s player of the year Anthony Grant says the club need to “get a manager through the door” and “whoever comes in will work with Browny “
The results of a poll on the OVF website show strong support for Port Vale appointing Nigel Adkins or promoting coach Michael Brown to replace the departed Rob Page.
Veteran Port Vale player coach Michael Brown was among the travelling Manchester City supporters as they played Paris SG on Wednesday evening.
In our latest edition of the weekly digest, Vale loanee Nathan Smith earns high praise once again, test your knowledge of Theo Robinson and read the tweet of the week.
Manager Rob Page has suggested that veteran Michael Brown will keep his place in the starting eleven even though Anthony Grant is available for selection.