Port Vale legend Neil Aspin has been linked with a return to the club, replacing Micky Adams at the helm at the end of the season.
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Port Vale’s manager Micky Adams said his side will have to score more goals if they want to move to a play-off position, despite their current good form.
The Valiants have now scored 28 goals in their 19 league games this season but Adams said this is not enough.
Port Vale assistant manager Mark Grew has responded to early season detractors by praising the club’s current form.
The Valiants have now won five of their last seven League One games, including a fine away win over Walsall on Saturday
Port Vale assistant manager Mark Grew claims the Valiants’ recent good form is down to a solid defence.
The League One side have now won five games in their last six in all competitions, the latest a 2-1 away win against local rivals Crewe Alexandra.
Crewe Alexandra have completed the loan signing of Neil Etheridge from Fulham in time for the home derby against Port Vale.
Port Vale and Crewe Alexandra fans face a massive police operation ahead of their derby clash.
The Stoke-on-Trent team are expected to take 2,278 supporters to the Sky Bet Football League One fixture at the Alexandra Stadium in neighbouring Cheshire.
Port Vale assistant manager Mark Grew suggests Jordan Hugill is one to watch following his calm finish in their 3-1 defeat of Shrewsbury.
The ex-loanee has played three times since his return from Middlesbrough and has already matched the one-goal tally of fellow striker Ben Williamson.
Port Vale goalkeeper Chris Neal is geared up to take on his former club Shrewsbury Town.
Neal, who joined Shrewsbury from Preston North End in 2009, says he will take a professional approach against his old team-mates.
Tamworth FC’s reward for beating Cheltenham in the FA Cup first round is a plum tie with League One Bristol City.
Conference National team Tamworth are at home to a side two leagues above them in round two on December 7 or 8.
Port Vale boss Micky Adams believes his side will not suffer another “pasting” at the hands of Swindon Town.
He feels his players are better prepared to face the Wiltshire team in their League One clash tomorrow.