Former Port Vale striker Lee Hughes has revealed that chairman Paul Wildes signed him despite manager Micky Adams having doubts about the signing.
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Paul Wildes was a businessman who was part of a group which took over Port Vale in 2012. He was chairman for a spell before being bought out by Norman Smurthwaite.
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Rob Fielding says the Vale coaching staff were right to develop an on-field identity and it’s time for the rest of the club to follow suit.
OVF editor Rob Fielding hopes that Port Vale Football Club will continue to treat past players with respect and dignity. Rob Fielding writes… One of the more pleasing aspects of the joint-tenure of Paul Wildes and Norman Smurthwaite was the publication of a document which set out their vision or philosophy for the club. What […]
Former chairman Paul Wildes said it was “very hard” to leave Vale Park but he thinks the club has a “fantastic” future ahead of it under sole owner Norman Smurthwaite.
Chairman Paul Wildes says that midfielder Ryan Burge still has a future at Vale Park despite the 24 year-old facing internal disciplinary action. Burge was heavily criticised by manager Micky Adams for being late for a team meal and the midfielder got into even more hot water with a string of tweets apparently contradicting the […]
Port Vale have announced details of a deal with the St George’s Park national training facility which will allow the club to use the facility on a more regular basis. Co-owner Paul Wildes had suggested that the club had such a deal in place during a phone-in with BBC Radio Stoke last week and a […]
In a wide-ranging phone-in on BBC Radio Stoke, Port Vale chairman Paul Wildes told fans that the club planned to relay the Vale Park pitch and also complete the unfinished half of the Lorne Street stand.
The Valiants have released the final design for next season’s club crest, following feedback from the fans. The club have also hinted at a kit that will “reflect the rich history and heritage of our club” and will be released next season.