Port Vale’s top-scorer admits the side is in trouble and is “running out of games” after their home defeat to Morecambe.
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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.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope says the first-team players have been “given a boost” after the arrival of new manager John Askey.
Port Vale coach Lee Nogan has confirmed to the media that striker Tom Pope will be missing for four to six weeks.
In an interview riddled with his characteristic dry humour, Port Vale striker Tom Pope says this season has been tough work.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has confirmed that top-scorer Tom Pope has suffered a hamstring injury.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has said that agreeing a new contract with key striker Tom Pope is “number one” on his list.
You can watch highlights of a dramatic 2-2 draw on Saturday afternoon.
Mansfield manager David Flitcroft has paid tribute to “fantastic” Tom Pope and says his side must thwart the targetman.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope has praised “quality” midfielder Manny Oyeleke and says there’s more to come from the midfielder.
Port Vale assistant manager Lee Nogan says that striker Tom Pope “epitomises everything you want” in a striker.
Port Vale have delivered some largely welcome injury news after confirming that striker Tom Pope could return against Oldham Athletic.
Port Vale fans who took part in a vote on OVF say they would prefer a forward partnership of Tom Pope and Ricky Miller.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin says four of his squad are ruled out through injury while two other players have missed training because of knocks.
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Ricky Miller made the first appearance of his Vale career and Connell Rawlinson scored his first goal but Vale still succumbed to a 4-2 home defeat to Shrewsbury Town.
A quickfire double from David Worrall saw Port Vale come from behind to beat Halifax 3-2 in a friendly game.