Port Vale manager Darrell Clarke has denied he fell out with former striker Tom Pope last season.
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About Tom Pope
The tall forward is a Port Vale striking legend after breaking the goalscoring record for goals scored at Vale Park. A lifelong Vale fan, he initially joined the club on loan before the move was made permanent.
The striker rose to prominence with thirty three goals during the side’s 2012-13 promotion season. He moved to Bury in 2015 but returned for a second spell with Port Vale in 2017.
The forward has now won the club’s player of the year award on three separate occasions.
Former Port Vale striker Tom Pope has broken his recent silence on being released by the club describing his final two years as having “not much honesty or loyalty anymore.”
Port Vale post-war scoring record holder Tom Pope has agreed to move to non-league side Congleton Town.
An update on the fifteen players to leave Vale Park as eight of them find new clubs during the summer.
Port Vale Supporters Club: John Rudge statue plans, Lorne St stand appeal restarted and Tom Pope testimonial
The Port Vale Supporters Club have made a series of announcements about initiatives for the football club including plans for a statue for club legend John Rudge.
After the post-war record goalscorer was released by the club, we pay tribute to a memorable Port Vale career by looking at our five favourite Pope performances.
Post-war record goalscorer Tom Pope is one of fifteen players to be released by Port Vale and following his departure manager Darrell Clarke and the club have paid tribute.
After our series of articles asking you to vote on the 2021 retained list and here are the results of those polls.
It’s arguably one of the biggest decisions of recent years as manager Darrell Clarke rebuilds the Port Vale squad in the summer. In this series, we’ll look at the side position-by-position and ask you to vote on who you think should stay and who should be released.
Unfit, a toothless attack and does the manager need to follow his own advice: Rob Fielding shares his thoughts after more Vale Park disappointment for the Valiants.
Veteran striker Tom Pope suffered a broken arm and shoulder ligament damage during Port Vale’s Football League Trophy defeat to Sunderland – the third Vale player to be injured in the game.
Tom Pope linked with Scunthorpe Utd switch? A report from the independent Scunthorpe United blog Iron Bru says the club are monitoring the situation with Port Vale’s veteran striker.
Defence desperately needs changes – Rob Fielding shares his thoughts after another gloomy Saturday afternoon for the Valiants.
Pope to stay in the centre? Rob Fielding shares his thoughts on a disappointing draw with Forest Green…
Rob Fielding shares his thoughts after Port Vale’s comfortable win including iFollow, that man Tom Pope and the second lockdown…
Rob Fielding shares his thoughts after Port Vale’s encouraging home win against Cheltenham Town including thoughts on Tom Pope and Scott Burgess…
It was a hugely disappointing home defeat for Port Vale Saturday. Here are five post-match thoughts.
Port Vale manager John Askey has made six changes for the home game against Carlisle Utd on Saturday afternoon
It was a disappointing Saturday for the Valiants at Morecambe but here are six thoughts from Rob Fielding after the final whistle.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope has missed out on a place in the FA Cup team of the season.
FA ban Tom Pope: Port Vale forward has been banned for six games after his third charge for offensive tweets during the 2019-20 season.
A look back at five matches where a Port Vale player simply couldn’t stop scoring in a match – featuring Andy Jones, Tom Pope and three other players…