Author Archive: James Pearse
Port Vale Supporters Trust are giving fans the opportunity to meet with the club’s administrators.
The forum is taking place tonight (March 28) to help ease any fears people may have over the club’s future.
By James Pearse & Chris Edwards: Port Vale could be without a number of first team players for tonight’s League Two fixture at Shrewsbury. The Valiants have been rocked by illness and injury, and may be missing Doug Loft and John McCombe, who were sent home ill yesterday. They’re already without Rob Taylor and Chris [...]
Port Vale take on Northampton Town at Sixfields in League Two as they look to close the gap on the play off places.
The Valiants are five points behind sixth place with a game in hand and take on a struggling Cobblers side, who have been stuttering in the relegation places this term.
Shoppers in Stoke-on-Trent have been given a first look at a multi-million pound transformation of public spaces in the city centre.
The work is part of a refurbishment of streets over the next few years.
Burton Albion manager Paul Peschisolido believes former captain Darren Moore has a bright future in the game.
The 37-year-old joined in July 2010 but a series of injuries hampered his Brewers career and his contract has now been cancelled by mutual consent.
Newcastle-under-Lyme School is to host its very own version of the BBC political show Question Time.
The event on Thursday (November 24) is part of the school’s programme of events to promote their United Nations Youth and Student Association.
Port Vale defender Gareth Owen is hoping the team can use their FA Cup tie against Grimsby Town to build a platform for a successful run in the competition.
The Valiants go into the match tomorrow (November 12) on the back of a 2-0 home defeat against Swindon.
Port Vale reserve team coach Gareth Owen has said he is proud of the team despite their heavy defeat to local rivals Stoke City.
Vale lost 6-2 to the Potters in the Central League Cup earlier this week, but Owen said it was a great experience for his side to face.