Administrator Bob Young has told the Sentinel that it is time for potential owner Keith Ryder to “put up or shut up” and that “I am treating what he says with a fair bit of scepticism.” Young’s remarks will only heighten fans’ fears that the Ryder deal is on the brink of collapse.
Fotball agent (and Vale legend) Phil Sproson has told the Sentinel that Port Vale are interested in signing striker Liam Dickinson. Sproson claims that Vale’s talks with the forward were “positive” and that “Vale are right up there in his thoughts.”
The Sentinel newspaper claims that Keith Ryder’s takeover of Port Vale FC moved another step closer after the potential owner and the city council reached agreement over the so-called “Vale Park covenant” According to the newspaper, the delay in Ryder’s takeover was due to a dispute over the wording of an agreement regarding what future commercial development […]
Manager Micky Adams has said that defender Clayton McDonald will receive no special treatment from the club after the 23 year-old was cleared of raping a 19-year-old girl.
The Sentinel reports that Port Vale manager Micky Adams left Tuesday night’s post-match press conference after just ninety seconds. Adams was reportedly frustrated by questions querying whether his side deserved the win and the game’s entertainment value.
The Sentinel claims that Port Vale players are “not happy” about “being touted to rival clubs” by an agent employed by the club’s administrators. According to the newspaper, Ben Mansford, of the Wasserman Media Group, has been instructed to learn whether there is interest in members of Micky Adams’s squad.
Port Vale manager Micky Adams has moved to reassure fans that he is not seeking to engineer a move away from the club. Adams’ post-match remarks caused media speculation that the manager was upset with the administration of the club after he told reporters that: “I’m taking legal advice, and we’ll see where we go […]
Following Director Mike Lloyd’s claim that the board were only partially to blame for the club’s finances and that fans’ protests and historic debt also contributed, CEO Perry Deakin has now claimed that former Chairman Bill Bratt is also to blame.
The Sentinel newspaper reports that the discredited Port Vale FC board have failed to make January’s scheduled payment on the club’s £2.5m loan from Stoke-on-Trent city council. The club missed a deadline of January 31st to make the payment of just under £20,000, while December’s payment was met on the 30th January, almost a month […]
OVF founder Rob Fielding says in his latest column, that while he’s delighted at the Sentinel’s investigations into Port Vale FC, the local radio station is lagging behind. According to Rob, Radio Stoke is “an organisation which is meant to provide value for its licence payers, but which seemingly cannot or will not ask the […]
In his latest “One Vale View” column, Rob Fielding says that Tuesday’s statement from Port Vale FC and Wednesday’s Sentinel article have resulted in plenty of rumours and that “only the club can calm the speculation down and it can do that by clearly answering some of the key questions that fans have raised in […]