Port Vale’s leading scorer Tom Pope has been banned for a second time this season for an inappropriate tweet.
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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.
You can watch highlights of Port Vale’s narrow victory over Stevenage on Saturday afternoon.
Veteran striker Tom Pope gave a typically dry interview to the Guardian labelling himself as the “slowest striker in the world” ahead of the team’s game against Manchester City.
For good or bad, Port Vale veteran Tom Pope has a reputation as a prolific Twitter user.
Port Vale FA Cup hero Tom Pope says it was all about reaching the third round and not about personal achievements as Vale beat Cheltenham Town on Saturday afternoon.
Striker Tom Pope’s treble in the FA Cup second round game against Cheltenham Town has taken him to 108 Port Vale goals.
Port Vale have confirmed that veteran striker Tom Pope has been suspended for one match.
Veteran striker Tom Pope says he doesn’t “expect to play every minute” but in his opinion he “knows how to play the lone striker” role better than anyone else.
Port Vale have announced that new signing Richie Bennett has replaced Tom Pope in the Port Vale eleven to face Forest Green Rovers.
Veteran striker Tom Pope opened the scoring as John Askey’s Port Vale side lost 3-1 to a strong Burnley side at Vale Park.
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Port Vale goalkeeper Scott Brown has been crowned as the club’s player of the season at the official player of the year awards night.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope has said he’d “rather retire” than engage in Stevenage’s time wasting tactics.
Port Vale matchwinner Tom Pope says that “when you have been beaten by a team that has been better on the day then you just have to give them some praise.”
Crewe first-team coach Alex Morris says it was a “great achievement” for the striker to reach one hundred goals for the Valiants.
Tom Pope said it was a “great achievement” to reach one hundred goals for the club and it was “something to tell the grandkids.”
Striker and club captain Tom Pope says that owner Norman Smurthwaite’s threat to put the club into administration “raises all sorts of concerns” and his “worry is for the club itself.”
Port Vale manager John Askey has said thatTom Pope is a “vital” player but playing him while unfit is “not fair on him or the other players.”
Port Vale coach says an injury to top-scorer Tom Pope is “nothing major” after the striker was ruled out of the game with Mansfield Town.