Port Vale boss John Askey has said getting three points against Northampton Town on Saturday is his only focus, despite the turmoil surrounding Vale Park.
Author Matty Perry
The new Formula One season is on the Horizon with the green lights set to switch on for the first time in Melbourne as preparations are well-underway for the 2019 campaign.
The Bare-Knuckle Boxing event was held in Stoke-On-Trent for the first ever time a fortnight ago, with over 1200 people in attendance at the Fenton Manor Sports Complex.
The Staffordshire club who produced England rugby star Dan Robson have finally got their season up and running, after Longton Rugby Club hammered Moseley Oak 39-14 last Saturday. It has not been the greatest of starts for George Glenn’s men following relegation to the Midlands One West Division, with his side enduring a poor run of ten consecutive defeats in the buildup to the clash with the Oak.
Leek Town are ninth in the Evo-Stik West Division and are sat on 20 points after 12 games, but The Blues are currently experiencing a damaging run of four defeats in five games.
Town started the season well and went 12 games unbeaten but since then, manager Neil Baker has seen his side fall to defeat against teams in the top half of the table but that does not stop the boss from setting his sights on promotion, despite saying his team are underachieving.
Kidsgrove Athletic manager Ryan Austin was proud of his side following their valiant run to the FA Cup fourth qualifying round.
Gary Rowett’s side to travel to Carrow Road on Saturday, hoping to secure successive league…