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Port Vale’s Cristian Montaño: “When the gaffer gives me the opportunity again, I’m going to take it.”
Motivated Port Vale defender Cristian Montaño is anticipating his return to the pitch as he…
Following the humbling 6-2 defeat to Lincoln City three weeks ago, Port Vale have responded by putting together a four-game unbeaten run in all competitions.
Neil Aspin’s men ran out as winners against Middlesbrough U21s in the Checkatrade Trophy before picking up seven points from a possible nine in Sky Bet League Two.
With last weekend’s 1-0 home triumph over promotion-chasing Bury also marking a fourth consecutive clean sheet, midfielder Luke Joyce believes Vale can now push on.
Frustrated Port Vale defender James Gibbons is hoping that he will play in Saturday’s League…
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.
Thursday marked a year of Neil Aspin being at the helm as Port Vale manager, but it has not been plain sailing for the 53-year-old.
Having joined the club on the 4th October 2017 with Vale planted in the relegation places, he steered them to safety in Sky Bet League Two last season.
Port Vale right-back Connell Rawlinson may have played European football, but it is the derby win over Crewe which he insists is his “best moment in football”.
Rawlinson previously turned out for Welsh Premier League side The New Saints in the Champions League before making the switch to Vale Park over the summer.
Port Vale Manager Neil Aspin is looking for his players to be “brave” ahead of their clash with Wycombe on Saturday (3pm).
Vale will be looking to get the vital points they need to send them further up the table, away from the relegation zone.
Port Vale’s winless run extended to 13 games as Exeter won 1-0 at Vale Park to deepen relegation fears.
Following their 2nd half comeback against Stevenage, manager Neil Aspin made two changes to his starting line-up. At the back Kyle Howkens replaced Joe Davis and up front Tyrone Barnett replaced Marcus Harness.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin remains convinced his side still can mix it with the best in SkyBet League 2, despite the fact their search for a win is well into its third month.
Vale’s 2-2 draw on Saturday at home to Stevenage was their 12th game without a win. But the manager believes his squad are doing all they can to arrest their slide.