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Port Vale’s new signing André Bikey is aiming to have as sizeable an impact in the dressing room as on the pitch.
The 32-year-old joined the Valiants on a deal until the end of the season earlier this month after a spell with Indian Super League side Pune City, where he didn’t make a single competitive appearance due to injuries.
Port Vale manager Michael Brown has warned that his side that they face a stiff test against AFC Wimbledon this Saturday (3pm kick-off).
The Valiants are languishing in the League One relegation zone, albeit with a game in hand, having won just three of 16 league matches since losing 4-0 to the Dons in their previous meeting in mid-December.
Newly appointed Port Vale captain Jak Alnwick has defended his team’s way of defending set pieces.
Vale manager Bruno Ribeiro has come in for some stick after conceding two goals from set pieces against Northampton at the weekend, which turned out to be costly as Vale lost 3-2
Port Vale assistant manager Michael Brown is wary that Northampton Town will be clued up on his side when they meet on Saturday afternoon.
Northampton boss Rob Page ended a two-year spell at Vale Park back in May to join the Cobblers.
Port Vale assistant manager Michael Brown has stated the need for his team’s away form to improve if they are to secure a top six finish this season, ahead of their visit to bottom-placed side Shrewsbury Town.
Port Vale assistant manager Michael Brown has expressed his disappointment for striker Anton Forrester, after the 22-year old was forced off against Oldham Athletic with a recurrence of his hamstring injury. Forrester was substituted following the third instance of the hamstring issue that has plagued his debut season at Vale Park.
Port Vale striker Rigino Cicilia has acknowledged that the intensity is higher in English football than in Holland, as he starts to find his groove in the English game.
The Curacaoan centre forward, who moved to Vale from The Netherlands, netted his first goal for the Valiants to halve the deficit against Oxford United last weekend.
Assistant manager Michael Brown has admitted that Port Vale have got to improve for Saturday’s trip to Bolton Wanderers.
Vale travel to the Macron Stadium with only one win on the road this season although victory over second-placed Bolton could see them climb back into the play off positions.
Port Vale defender Kjell Knops is happy to play a midweek game this week as it allows him and his teammates to forget about the 4-0 defeat they received over the weekend.
Vale will be looking for their first win in their last three games at home as they face Charlton Athletic in this week’s midweek fixture.