Port Vale manager Neil Aspin said his side were “terrible for eighty minutes” as two late goals snatched a 2-2 draw at Morecambe.
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About Neil Aspin
“Aspo” is a Port Vale FC playing legend after being signed from Leeds United by manager John Rudge in 1989. The long-serving defender played over 300 games and was named as player of the year on two separate occasions. He was also captain on numerous occasions. He was part of the side’s Autoglass Trophy final winning side in addition to several cup giantkillings under Rudge.
After beginning his managerial career in non-league with spells at Harrogate, Halifax and Gateshead, he returned to the club as first-team manager in 2017.