Former Port Vale goalkeeper Sam Hornby says it was a “tough” decision to leave Vale Park.
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Sam Hornby is a goalkeeper who joined the club in the summer of 2017. He forced his way into the first-team reckoning and finished his first season as the club’s first-choice.
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Manager John Askey says he did think that back-up keeper Sam Hornby may want to leave the club and that he has a contingency plan.
Weekly digest – movement both on and off the pitch at Vale Park…
Port Vale reserve goalkeeper Sam Hornby has rejected a contract offer from Port Vale in favour of a move to Bradford City.
Luke Hannant, Antony Kay and Dior Angus head a total of nine players who have been released by Port Vale.
Striker Dior Angus scored against his former club and keeper Sam Hornby saved a penalty as Port Vale drew with Redditch in their opening friendly of the season.
Neil Aspin has named Sam Hornby in goal and Charlie Raglan in central defence for the home game against Crawley on Saturday.
Goalkeeper Sam Hornby says he wants to “build on what I did on Monday” after impressing as a sub.
Crewe manager David Artell has said that Port Vale sub keeper Sam Hornby was “excellent” after he took over from Ryan Boot during Easter Monday’s 2-2 draw.
Manager Neil Aspin says other forwards “have got to look to themselves and think why I am not in the team when I have a 32-year old striker playing on one leg.”
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has revealed that Sam Hornby has been recalled from loan due to Rob Lainton picking up an injury.
Port Vale have opted to recall goalkeeper Sam Hornby from his loan spell at Chester FC.
Chester FC have confirmed that goalkeeper Sam Hornby has had his loan spell extended and will be joined by former Valiant Gary Roberts.
Goalkeeper Sam Hornby has a 100% record with Chester after their success in the FA Trophy over the weekend.
The Staffordshire Sentinel says that goalkeeper Sam Hornby is set to complete a loan move and Neil Aspin is quoted as saying the keeper needs to put himself in the “shop window.”
Neil Aspin has said that Sam Hornby could join training on Thursday as Vale have multiple goalkeeping options ahead of the FA Cup clash against Oxford.
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.
Michael Brown says the Vale Park coaching staff has faith in the club’s younger players.
Time at club: 2017-2019 Appearances: 15 Goals: 0 Sam Hornby player profile: The young goalkeeper Sam Hornby signed a two-year deal in the summer of 2017. He made his senior debut in the League Cup tie against Leeds Utd in August 2017 when he replaced Rob Lainton. Hornby then made his full League debut in […]