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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.
Port Vale manager Rob Page is one of four nominations for the November League One manager of the month award.
A clearly furious Rob Page says his players “let themselves down and the club down” and that he was “very angry” with the performance.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite says his comments to a group on a supporters coach were misinterpreted and he is not poised to sack manager Rob Page.
Manager Rob Page says that the club will not appeal the red card that was given to captain Carl Dickinson on Saturday.
Rob Fielding says some fans may need to change their opinions of Rob Page’s summer contract moves.
Manager Rob Page says he is ” really proud of the players” after two late goals saw off Blackpool on Tuesday night.
Manager Rob Page says that the side must bring quality and a hard work ethic to their game against Maidenhead United.
Rob Page says that Adam Yates and Chris Birchall have “vast experience and fantastic characters” and both deserved their summer contract deals.
Manager Rob Page has explained his reasoning behind allowing players to leave on loan arguing that a successful loan spell could result in a first-team chance.
Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has been active on the OVF Forum recently, answering questions from a number of fans.
Manager Rob Page says that the team will face a “tough game” against Shrewsbury Town but it is time to “roll our sleeves up and get on with it.”