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Vale striker Tom Pope believes his side’s upcoming run of games is a great chance…
Port Vale’s goal scoring burden is usually carried by Tom Pope and he does have four goals to his name this season, but he wants to see more from the team.
As an experienced striker who reached a tally of 19 goals in Sky Bet League Two last season, Pope is keen to ensure that his teammates remain positive in their search for results.
PORT VALE midfielder Danny Pugh has said although he and his team-mates are pleased with their recent displays away from home, they must now start winning their ‘crucial’ home fixtures as they host 16th-placed Stevenage at Vale Park tomorrow.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope believes he and his team have every chance of avoiding the drop and aim to finish the season in the top half.
Ahead of back to back home games Pope is confident his side can go on good run of form, despite a winless start to the calendar year, starting with tomorrow’s game against out of form Colchester.
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).
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.
Port Vale host high-flying Swindon Town this weekend, with the visitors having the second best away record in the league.
But Vale are in some form of their own, winning their last three games.
A reason for the rise in form for The Valiants is striker Tom Pope, who has netted six in his last four appearances.
Port Vale manager Rob Page has said Tom Pope is likely to play a part in their match against Yeovil.
The Vale boss was impressed with Pope’s performance in the 2-2 draw against Preston North End.
Tom Pope has criticised Port Vale fans and urged them to get behind the players ahead of a late push for the League One play-offs.
Pope was heavily critical of a ‘negative’ section of supporters who he believes are affecting the team through their constant criticism.