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.
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Nathan Smith progressed through the club’s junior ranks to establish himself as a regular pick in central defence. He also had a highly successful loan spell with Torquay United.
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Match winner Nathan Smith says he is happy to see teams continue to “underestimate” the Valiants.
Defender Nathan Smith says he thinks the club’s new owners “couldn’t have done a better job” in the short space of time they have been in charge.
Port Vale may have been languishing in the lower leagues for too long now but it hasn’t diminished the passion of the fans who really appreciate the club’s star players.
Central defender Nathan Smith said he “couldn’t fault” loanee Kyle Howkins after the pair kept a cleansheet in the 1-0 win over Crewe Alex at the weekend.
Defender Nathan Smith conceded that the draw against Swindon Town on Saturday was “scrappy” but says Vale’s unbeaten run has built the team’s confidence.
Port Vale central defender Nathan Smith says that there is a more positive atmosphere after the side tightened up at the back.
Port Vale first-teamers Nathan Smith and James Gibbons (both pictured right in the photo) attended a national event chaired by Show Racism the Red Card.
Defender Nathan Smith says “you’ve got to learn when to play” as he continues his football education in League Two.
Matchwinner Nathan Smith says he’s disappointed not to have scored more goals and is looking to add more by the end of the season.
Defender Nathan Smith says Vale have “got what it takes” to move up the League Two table.
Centre-half Nathan Smith says that three points was the most important thing from the 1-0 win over Barnet.
OVF editor Rob Fielding is delighted to see a Vale squad which now contains a spine of locally developed talent.
Nathan Smith says Port Vale morale is high ahead of their must-win game against Fleetwood.
Port Vale caretaker manager Michael Brown has confirmed that defender Nathan Smith suffered a hamstring injury during the 3-2 defeat to Scunthorpe United.
Caretaker manager Michael Brown thought that his Port Vale side put on an improved display and reserved special praise for Nathan Smith’s performance against Bury.
Port Vale defender Nathan Smith is hopeful that the postponed game against Milton Keynes will “make us more fresh” for the game against Bury.