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Tommy Cheadle was the legendary captain of the famous 1953-54 Iron Curtain side. He spent eleven years with the Valiants before joining Crewe.
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Time at club: 1946-1955 Appearances: 368 Goals: 15 Tommy Cheadle player profile: Tommy Cheadle, the legendary captain of the “Iron Curtain” side, a former centre-forward, was an ever-present during 1949-1950 and 1952-1953 and formed a formidable defensive partnership with Roy Sproson. Cheadle signed as a professional in 1946 and made his first-team debut later that […]
Tommy’s Comedy Club founder Mark Edwards has told OVF that the club is reluctantly quitting the Tommy Cheadle’s venue due to the “total lack of professionalism” at Vale Park. Edwards reached the end of his tether when the club repeatedly failed to book PA systems, lost stage equipment and then lost the actual stage itself.
Exclusive images and contemporary text from the ‘Pride of Port Vale’ booklet. The book celebrated the achievements of the legendary 1954 ‘Iron Curtain’ side. These are the original text and cartoons that appear in the 1954 booklet.