At least 500 disillusioned Port Vale fans marched through Burslem before Vale’s match against Crawley Town on Saturday. Waving placards and calling for the resignations of the Port Vale board, supporters walked from St John’s Square along Moorland Road and Hamil Road to Vale Park. Chief inspector Dave Bird, whoRead More →

Port Vale have announced a black and gold protest group to urge the Valiant 2001 board to sell the club. The campagin, similar to that of the Glaziers Out at Manchester United, has a black and gold scarf which symbolises fans’ disappointment with the controlling board as they look to stopRead More →

A group of potential investors from the USA have criticised the Port Vale board. A spokesperson told the Sentinel newspaper: “The deal is completely dead because the directors don’t want to sell the club.  “They’re quite happy enjoying the accolades of being chairman or directors, but do they want toRead More →

Bill Bratt says that fan protests last weekend have made the Vale board “stronger” and determined to show the fans their worth. Talking to the Sentinel Bratt said: “Because we’re getting this aggravation, it is making the board stronger. “At the end of the day, we want to show theRead More →

Further supporter protests are planned ahead of the Accrington Stanley match as Vale fans continue to vent their fury at Dean Glover and the Vale board. The game against Luton was marked by two protests and details of the Accrington protest can be found on the OVF forum.Read More →

Mounting dissatisfaction with the manager and board members resulted in protests before and after Vale’s awful home defeat to Luton. A peaceful protest against the manager, the set-up of the current board took place before the game. Following Vale’s dreadful defeat, a number of supporters gathered outside the official entranceRead More →

A protest against the running of Port Vale FC, organised by concerned fans, through onevalefan.co.uk, took place at Vale Park on Saturday. The protest was against the appointment of current manager Dean Glover, the current board, seen by many to be split and dominated by two board members and byRead More →

Press reports have suggested that former Walsall Chairman Mike Lloyd could be joining the Port Vale board. The music and events promoter, Who used to run the “Mike Lloyd Music” chain of stores in the Staffordshire area has reportedly already invested in the club. Lloyd left the Walsall board threeRead More →

Port Vale have confirmed that popstar Robbie Williams has bought an unspecified stake in the football club. The announcement appeared on the club’s official website on Monday although there is no information on the amount invested. No one shareholder can own more than 25% of the shares available in theRead More →

Vale’s back-to-back home wins have been overshadowed by an article in the Staffordshire Sentinel newspaper that claims that controversial Director Charles Machin has not ruled out legal action against the Directors who approved the Peter Jackson bid.Read More →