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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.
Neil Aspin linked with Halifax: former Port Vale manager and club legend Neil Aspin is reportedly one of the leading contenders for the vacant FC Halifax Town manager’s post.
Last summer we ran a series of articles asking for your all-time Port Vale XI. Sadly, the announcement of a winning formation was delayed due to the usual Port Vale crisis coming along and dominating matters. So, after a long delay, here are the results of that vote.
Often controversial and certainly full of incident – here’s our account of the seven years association between Norman Smurthwaite and Port Vale FC.
OVF Editor Rob Fielding says it’s vital that the club gets its next managerial appointment right.
A post-match interview with manager Neil Aspin suggests he is leaving the club on Wednesday.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says his future at the club is “not my decision to make” after the home loss to Carlisle increased the pressure on the Vale boss.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin gave an honest reaction to Port Vale’s quarter-final Checkatrade exit.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin reserved special praise for the debut performance of Adam Crookes after the away win at Crawley.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says the club are aiming to bring in at least one new signing in the near future.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin bemoaned the team’s poor luck after a 3-0 home loss to Colchester United.
Manager Neil Aspin says he is aiming for at least three additions to his squad during the January transfer window.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says that Port Vale’s penalty shootout win over Shrewsbury Town is a “massive” result for the club.
Dior Angus’ chances of a run in the Port Vale first-team appear to have been given a boost after manager Neil Aspin praised him for his performances while on loan.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says that the lack of support from some fans after a decent draw against Lincoln may persuade him to leave the Valiants.
Columnists Malcolm Hirst and Mark Walton ponder whether a managerial change is needed at Vale Park.
Neil Aspin pulled no punches with his assessment of Port Vale’s performance during the 4-1 home defeat to Oldham Athletic.
Motherwell have confirmed that they have accepted a bid from an “unnamed” League Two side for striker Ryan Bowman.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has praised substitute Ben Whitfield ahead of the game against Oldham Athletic.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says he expects “abuse” from fans after poor performances but “getting abuse for long periods of the game…I don’t think that is really acceptable.”
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has said that agreeing a new contract with key striker Tom Pope is “number one” on his list.