A notice in the Press Gazette appears to show that former Port Vale Chief Executive Perry Deakin has been declared bankrupt.
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Port Vale administration has occurred twice during the club’s long history and the OVF website has chronicled events as the club fought for survival.
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A report says that former Port Vale sponsors Harlequin Property has applied for its sales arm to go into administration. The company has taken more than £300m in deposits from at least 6,000 investors for off-plan luxury holiday accommodation across the Caribbean since 2006. However, it has so far built just around 300 of the thousands […]
Chairman of the Supporters Club, Pete Williams, has told the Sentinel that Vale fans will be “forever grateful” for the financial support of Stoke-on-Trent city council.
The Sentinel newspaper claims that Paul Wildes and business associate Norman Smurthwaite are set to be named as the preferred bidders for Port Vale FC on Tuesday.
Administrator Bob Young has told the Sentinel newspaper that the club are in “advanced talks” with “three definite front-runners” bidding to takeover the club. Young also added that he was confident of “a deal progressing within a month.”
Manager Micky Adams has revealed that he is only able to register twenty players while the club remains in administration. The restrictions mean it is unlikely that any new players – such as trialists Liam Dickinson, Tadhg Purcell (pictured) and Darren Byfield can join the Valiants.
Popular football blog Two Hundred Percent has published their take on Vale’s administration nightmare.
The Port Vale Supporters Club have issued a statement in which they: Announce that no refreshments will be available for the Tranmere friendly Thank fans for volunteering to help with ground maintenance Ask for further volunteers for a range of activities Confirm that season tickets have been sent out via post Have no update on […]
An anonymous source at Stoke-on-Trent city council has reportedly told citizen journalism blog Potteries Eye that the council are set to meet to raise “serious questions” about the way in which Port Vale FC has been administered.
Port Vale FC’s administrators Begsbie Traynor have announced that they are talking to other interested parties after preferred bidder Keith Ryder missed Tuesday’s deadline to complete. However, the administrators do say that Ryder remains as one of the potential candidates to take over the club.
Influential Port Vale columnist Martin Tideswell says the takeover saga is turning Port Vale into a “laughing stock” and that “incredibly poor handling of this takeover by all three parties from a public relations perspective, in terms of deadlines set and broken and the non-existent communications with Port Vale’s fans, has severely damaged their reputation […]