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Rob Lainton was a tall goalkeeper signed from Bury by Port Vale in 2017. However, his spell at Vale Park was disrupted by injury and after being transfer listed he moved on to Wrexham in 2018.
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Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says that Rob Lainton’s injury has created a “problem” with the goalkeeping position as he assesses his Port Vale squad.
Port Vale are hoping that luckless keeper Rob Lainton won’t be ruled out for too long after he was injured during the defeat to Coventry City.
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