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Mo Chaudry was a locally based businessman who made a bid to purchase Port Vale FC. However, his move was controversially rejected by the then Vale board.
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OVF founder Rob Fielding says he agrees wholeheartedly with Mick Cullerton’s comments at the weekend, he responds to accusations of OVF being a Mo Chaudry “propaganda machine” and he says he wants fans to remain empowered whichever person or persons eventually takes over the club. Rob Fielding writes… Wise words from Mick “I don’t always […]
Influential Port Vale columnist Martin Tideswell says that he’s been impressed with preferred bidder Keith Ryder and says that “more to this unassuming businessman than meets the eye.” Tideswell feels that Ryder’s main aim should be increasing attendances at Vale Park, while he also adds that Mo Chaudry’s recent comments have been “unhelpful.”
Administrator Bob Young has told an open fans meeting that three bids have been formally made to take over Port Vale FC. Young, along with fellow joint-administrator Gerald Krasner, answered questions from an audience of around 350 supporters at an open fans’ meeting held at Vale Park on Wednesday night.
Influential Port Vale columnist Martin Tideswell has echoed the views of OVF’s Rob Fielding in urging fans to weigh up the merits of all the bids that have been submitted for Port Vale FC.
In a press conference, Port Vale administrators have told the media that two companies have already expressed an interest in buying Port Vale – Stoke-based International Piping Products (IPP Group) and another unnamed company. Meanwhile, local businessman Mo Chaudry is expected to express an interest in the next few days.
The Sentinel newspaper reports that local millionaire Mo Chaudry would be ready to take over Port Vale FC – if the price was right. Chaudry told the newspaper: “I didn’t expect things to materialise at Port Vale so quickly, but now they have I feel I have a duty to see if the right deal […]
In a stormy EGM, Port Vale shareholders have cast a vote of no confidence in the current board and voted out two directors.