Port Vale’s match at Barnet tomorrow has been called off because of the weather.
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Neil Aspin has confirmed that his new captain for the season will be Port Vale veteran Tom Pope.
Pope enjoys captaining Aspin’s team, he said: “It’s nice to have the armband, I think the lads spoke in my favour (To the manager).
Four men have been found guilty of football related offences and handed banning orders ranging…
Port Vale defender Nathan Smith has wowed the fans at Vale Park this season, forging an impressive centre-back partnership with Remie Streete in the process.
The Valiants have kept four clean sheets in their last seven games, despite slipping out of the playoff places in recent weeks.
Port Vale are working hard to keep hold of on-loan Birmingham City youngster Alex Jones as the winter transfer window approaches.
Jones, 22, has scored ten goals in all competitions so far this season for the Valiants, but his current loan agreement ends in January and he has been linked with moves to Championship clubs in recent weeks.
Valiants’ winger Jerome Thomas says he is just trying to help out where he can, both on and off the pitch, after he received the plaudits for his scintillating performance in Port Vale’s 2-1 home win against Fleetwood on Saturday.
The former West Bromwich Albion player was named in the Football League Paper’s Team of the Week, but he insists that it’s not all about him.
Stoke City and Port Vale fans are among the best behaved in the country, according to new statistics on banning orders.
Premier League side Stoke City are in the top three in terms of fewest banning orders with just 19 current ones.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope admits it has been a struggle up front on his own as he continues his comeback from a knee ligament injury.
Port Vale boss Rob Page says a win at Walsall could help his side bounce back from recent defeats and build a push for the play-offs.
The Valiants are without a win in four matches and travel to face a Walsall side who only grabbed their first home win of 2015 on Tuesday (February 10).
Port Vale lost to high-flying Leyton Orient as their slim play-off hopes were dealt a blow.
Micky Adams’ side were beaten 2-0 at Vale Park by the London outfit