Manager Rob Page says his “three-year plan” for the development of the Port Vale squad is still in effect and will lead to “better things” in the future.
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About Rob Page
The former Wales International joined the club as part of Micky Adams’ coaching team in 2011.
Initially a youth coach, he was promoted to the role of assistant manager after the departure of Geoff Horsfield in 2014. Later that year, Page took over as Port Vale manager when Adams departed.
He was manager of the Valiants for a two year spell bringing in the likes of Anthony Grant, Ben Purkiss, Jak Alnwick and Uche Ikpeazu before leaving to take up a similar managerial position at Northampton Town in the summer of 2016.
Rob Page paid credit to a Scunthorpe side “on a fantastic run” but added he was “disappointed” that the Valiants could not snatch a draw.
Manager Rob Page has praised “excellent” owner Norman Smurthwaite and called on fans to “rally together” and buy a season ticket.
Manager Rob Page was full of praise for his new-look striking partnership after Vale’s 4-1 win over Rochdale.
Rob Page was understandably delighted after a change to a 3-5-2 formation reaped dividends against Gillingham.
Rob Fielding argues that Rob Page’s steady approach to player development is the right way to develop talent.
Rob Page says that Crystal Palace defender Ryan Inniss is a player that could “help us achieve our goals at this club.”
Manager Rob Page says his side need to “keep fighting” and “win as many games as possible.”
Manager Rob Page is under no illusions about the task facing Port Vale when they take on league leaders Burton Albion.
Rob Page says plans to bring in another player are on hold because he has “confidence” in Vale’s current forwards.
Manager Rob Page says that fitness coach John Harbin deserves credit for his part in inspiring Vale’s stirring comeback at Peterborough.
Manager Rob Page has revealed that a “changing room committee” is helping to build character and a “never say die” attitude.
Midfielder Michael O’Connor says that Vale have improved under manager Rob Page and the boss deserves praise for where he taken Vale in the first full year of management.