Stoke City travel to Turf Moor tonight where they face an in-form Burnley side.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes will be looking for his side to be “more resolute” following his side’s defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend.
Neil Aspin has confirmed that his new captain for the season will be Port Vale veteran Tom Pope.
Pope enjoys captaining Aspin’s team, he said: “It’s nice to have the armband, I think the lads spoke in my favour (To the manager).
Neil Aspin claims Yeovil Town’s late equaliser last time out was a ‘kick in the teeth’, but says his team need to be positive heading into the FA Cup Replay.
Vale travel close to 200 miles tonight, as they face Yeovil in the replay of the FA Cup second round tie.
Staffordshire Stallions center Evan Woolgrove has been talking about the current debate on head injuries in American Football.
Woolgrove, throughout his time playing, has had a number of injuries in the game.
Staffordshire bowls clubs are facing closure after being told they must pay the council £2,500 a year for the upkeep of their bowling greens.
The eleven clubs include Tunstall Park, which has been operating for more than 100 years.
Burton Albion’s Shaun Barker reveals who kept him in football following horror injury, which saw him have five surgeries to get back to full fitness.
Port Vale manager, Neil Aspin has called for a “no excuses” attitude from his team to fight relegation, starting with a win against Cambridge on Saturday.
The former Vale defender insists the team still has the “belief” and fight to escape relegation and “trusts everyone.”
toke City boss Mark Hughes has admitted he is unsure when Spanish forward Jesé Rodríguez will return to first team action.
The 24-year-old, who is on loan from Paris Saint-Germain, was disciplined by the club after Saturday’s win over Swansea for heading up the tunnel before the final whistle, after he realised he wouldn’t be used as a substitute.
Stoke City defender Geoff Cameron could be in line for a return to action when the Potters travel to Wembley on Saturday to face Spurs in the Premier League.
The 32-year-old fan favourite has been out for five weeks with a concussion and is now available for selection.
Vanarama National League side, Chester have signed goalkeeper, Sam Hornby on a month’s loan from Port Vale.
Following his arrival in the summer at Vale Park under former manager Michael Brown, the 22-year old has struggled, only managing a handful of appearances.