Port Vale lose yet another player to injury as their fight for relegation survival continues. Neil Aspin has confirmed the worst for Vale, as the severity of Cristian Montano’s injury suggests he will be absent for the remainder of the season.
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Port Vale Manager Neil Aspin is looking for his players to be “brave” ahead of their clash with Wycombe on Saturday (3pm).
Vale will be looking to get the vital points they need to send them further up the table, away from the relegation zone.
Under-fire Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has challenged angry Port Vale fans to raise more than £800,000 if they want him to leave the club before the end of the season.
Port Vale’s winless run extended to 13 games as Exeter won 1-0 at Vale Park to deepen relegation fears.
Following their 2nd half comeback against Stevenage, manager Neil Aspin made two changes to his starting line-up. At the back Kyle Howkens replaced Joe Davis and up front Tyrone Barnett replaced Marcus Harness.
PORT VALE midfielder Danny Pugh has said although he and his team-mates are pleased with their recent displays away from home, they must now start winning their ‘crucial’ home fixtures as they host 16th-placed Stevenage at Vale Park tomorrow.
As Port Vale continue their battle against relegation, manager Neil Aspin insists communication from his players is of paramount importance.
There is a seemingly comfortable five places and seven points between the Valiants and the drop-zone, but Aspin is leaving his door open for players to confide in him.
Port Vale goalkeeper Ryan Boot is delighted to be back between the sticks as the Vale head to Barnet for a relegation six-pointer tonight.
Neil Aspin’s men sit 22nd in the Sky Bet League Two table and a victory at the Hive Stadium would see the Valiants move up five places to 17th in the league table.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has criticised the Football League after the club’s postponed match at Barnet was re-arranged for next Tuesday.
Aspin believes his side have been unlucky with the recent fixture pile up.
Without a league win in eight games Port Vale’s season looks to be in freefall but the club have the quality within their ranks to ensure survival, says forward Tyrone Barnett.
Vale only fell down to League Two at the end of last season and Barnett is determined to ensure the club do not suffer consecutive relegation.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has warned his players that relegation to the Vanarama National League would be a shock to their current lifestyle as professionals.
Currently sitting 19th in the table and seven points above the drop-zone, the Valiants are without a win in 2018 and in need of some points to steer towards safety.