The preview screening for a new feature-length documentary on Stoke-on-Trent football legend Sir Stanley Matthews…
Macclesfield Town assistant manager Steve Watson has left the club to take up the vacant…
New Port Vale boss Neil Aspin has admitted that he never actually applied for the vacant manager’s position at Vale Park, following the departure of Michael Brown three weeks ago.
Aspin, was appointed as the new manager of the Valiants” at a press conference. Speaking to local media, the former Vale player revealed that he never actually put his CV in for the job, but was approached by owner – Norman Smurthwaite.
Chris Eagles hit a stunning goal to give Port Vale a 1-0 away win over Walsall and keep the Valiant’s season alive for the last game of the season.
It was a clean, crisp strike from inside the penalty box and the ball sailed past the outstretched arms of Walsall’s Craig MacGillivray into the right-side of the net.
Port Vale’s on-loan midfielder Callum Guy has said the games they have in hand on their relegation rivals means nothing unless they’re won and they climb up the table.
The 20-year-old, who joined the club until the end of the season from Derby in January, spoke ahead of Vale’s home fixture against Swindon Town on Saturday.
Port Vale striker JJ Hooper believes the unity of the side will be important as the Valiants go into the weekend with a tricky trip away to Southend.
The Burslem side are lingering dangerously in the relegation zone and having only won one game on the road all season.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes has hit back at comments from striker Wilfried Bony who said it was “crazy” he has not been playing.
Bony – who is on loan from Manchester City – has not featured for Stoke since December 27th. He told the BBC his situation is painful.
Newcastle Town manager Scott Dundas believes his side have ‘surpassed expectations’ in the Evo-Stik First Division South as they prepare to face Belper Town at the Drayton Beaumont Stadium this Saturday Afternoon.
Newcastle are coming off the back of a superb run, which has seen them go through the entire month of February without losing a single game, however, Dundas believes that automatic promotion is a bridge too far at this stage of the season.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes said he expects Saido Berahino to make an impact against Tottenham Hotspur and could start the striker this weekend.
Berahino, 23, has made two substitute appearances for the Potters so far, and is in contention for more game time after returning from a five-day training camp in Dubai with the rest of the squad.
Leek Town Chairman Jon Eeles praises volunteers and staff for hosting England match after death of club secretary
The Town Chairman spoke of his pride saying: “Hosting such a high profile game is difficult enough, but the circumstances on the day regarding the passing of our secretary Brian Wain, made it all the more difficult.
“However, everyone pulled together and there was a real sense of community around the Club, a fitting tribute to Brian and Andy Wain who had put in so much hard work coming up to the game”.