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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.
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 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.
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.
Port Vale forward Tom Pope has been named EFL League Two Player of the Month for October.
Pope grabbed six goals in five league outings for the Valiants, who have enjoyed a remarkable turn of form since the arrival of new manager Neil Aspin.
Ex Holland international Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has described his new job as Burton Albion manager as a ‘great opportunity’.
The former Chelsea striker has embarked on the adventure of managing in England for the first time.
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.
Striker Tom Pope believes adjusting to League One will be Vale’s first priority next season.
But Pope, who scored 33 goals on his way to winning the League Two player of the season award, believes Micky Adams’ side will be capable of springing a few surprises.
Burton Albion manager, Gary Rowett believes the Brewers will come back stronger next season for the experience of having reached the semi-final play-offs.
The opportunity to reach the Wembley final was within touching distance, but they were beaten 3-1 in the second leg of their play-off semi-final against Bradford City yesterday.