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Port Vale defender Anthony Kay has revealed that he was never consulted over the club’s captaincy change, but insists it will not change his style on the pitch.

The 35-year-old, who joined The Valiants in the summer from League One side Bury, was handed the captaincy before the beginning of the season by former boss Michael Brown.

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Port Vale boss Neil Aspin has expressed his delight at bringing in former Vale winger Jon McCarthy into his backroom team, primarily as fitness coach but also to help coach on the football side.

McCarthy is an iconic figure at the club, best remembered for his dazzling wing play in the 1990s as he played over 100 matches across two seasons and subsequently won the Player of the Year award in 1996.

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Port Vale Football Club have appointed Gareth McClelland as the club’s new chief scout.

McClelland has worked with current manager, Neil Aspin, before on several occasions, most recently at Gateshead before Vale legend Aspin returned to Burslem.

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Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has revealed playmaker Chris Eagles is back in training with the club.

Eagles was arguably the star of an unsuccessful season for Vale as they were relegated from League One last season, but he left the club upon relegation and has remained unattached ever since. 

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Port Vale manager Neil Aspin is looking for home advantage to be key in their first round FA cup clash with Oxford United.

Vale will be looking to put their less than impressive start to the season behind them after losing 3-0 to Swindon at home last Saturday.

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Neil Aspin has spoken out about the goalkeeper problem at Port Vale, addressing it as one of the ‘many’ problems at the club.

Vale have already utilised nine keepers so far in 2017, and have been troubled with the position ever since Jak Alnwick moved to Glasgow Rangers at the end of the January transfer window.

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Port Vale host high-flying Swindon Town this weekend, with the visitors having the second best away record in the league.

But Vale are in some form of their own, winning their last three games.

A reason for the rise in form for The Valiants is striker Tom Pope, who has netted six in his last four appearances.

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Port Vale boss Neil Aspin has insisted that he does not have any interest in his opposition for Saturday and is only focused on how his own team prepare.

The Valiants will host Swindon Town at the weekend, one of the best attacking teams in the league, who are only behind Accrington Stanley in terms of away performances.

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