Port Vale Supporters Club have announced that protests have been suspended in light of the news that Synectics Solutions have entered an exclusivity agreement with the football club.
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Mark Porter, chairman of the Port Vale Supporters Club has called owner Norman Smurthwaite a “disgrace” after his extraordinary decision to put the club into administration if an acceptable buyer is not found.
The official Port Vale Supporters Club have announced details of Saturday’s protests and also publicised a URL where fans can donate towards protest materials.
Port Vale Supporters Club have announced a partnership with Blackpool Supporters Trust as efforts to change the club’s ownership continue.
Rob Fielding hails the thousands appealing for change at the club but says this could be a long-term protest campaign.
Port Vale Supporters Club chair Mark Porter has emailed fans with details of Saturday’s red card protests at Vale Park.
OVF founder Rob Fielding says that the the club needs to be sold to a new owner and for that reason he is backing the Black and Gold protests.
The Black and Gold until it’s sold website, seen some seasons ago has been relaunched after supporter protests against current owner Norman Smurthwaite.
A protest organised by the official Port Vale Supporters Club took place ahead of Port Vale’s League Two game with Morecambe.
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding reacts to the statements from Black and Gold and North London Valiants who have called an end to their protests. Rob says he “applauds the efforts of both groups” and their bravery in taking a stand against an unpopular board of directors.
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding says the board’s cut-price ticket offer and offers to talk to fans shows that SEO is working and the board are desperate for the campaign to stop. I am not surprised by Perry Deakin’s decision to offer cut-price tickets to the Crawley game. The CEO has […]
In Rob Fielding’s latest “One Vale View” column, he applauds one Vale fan’s brave decision to give up his season ticket, despite his sixty five years of support of the Valiants. It just so happens, that the Vale fan in question is his father and the man to whom the OVF website is dedicated…
At least 500 disillusioned Port Vale fans marched through Burslem before Vale’s match against Crawley Town on Saturday. Waving placards and calling for the resignations of the Port Vale board, supporters walked from St John’s Square along Moorland Road and Hamil Road to Vale Park. Chief inspector Dave Bird, who was match-day police commander at […]
Bill Bratt says that fan protests last weekend have made the Vale board “stronger” and determined to show the fans their worth. Talking to the Sentinel Bratt said: “Because we’re getting this aggravation, it is making the board stronger. “At the end of the day, we want to show the fans that we want to […]
Further supporter protests are planned ahead of the Accrington Stanley match as Vale fans continue to vent their fury at Dean Glover and the Vale board. The game against Luton was marked by two protests and details of the Accrington protest can be found on the OVF forum.
Underfire Dean Glover has controversially hit out at peaceful protests by fans claiming that they are not “helping the players ” and that he was “shouted down” Glover’s comments are somewhat controversial as the protests were not aimed at the players but at the manager and the make-up of the Port Vale board. Glovers comments to […]
Mounting dissatisfaction with the manager and board members resulted in protests before and after Vale’s awful home defeat to Luton. A peaceful protest against the manager, the set-up of the current board took place before the game. Following Vale’s dreadful defeat, a number of supporters gathered outside the official entrance after the match to demand […]
A protest against the running of Port Vale FC, organised by concerned fans, through onevalefan.co.uk, took place at Vale Park on Saturday. The protest was against the appointment of current manager Dean Glover, the current board, seen by many to be split and dominated by two board members and by concerns of the direction the […]