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.
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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.
After an inconsistent spell during his loan at Port Vale, Marcus Harness is hoping that he can make an impact before the end of the season.
West Bromwich Albion under 23s defender Kyle Howkins joined Port Vale on January transfer deadline day. Speaking to the local media Howskins has declared himself ‘fit and ready to go’ as Vale prepare to try and avoid relegation from the Football League.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin has called for his side to end a win-less 2018 and get back on track as they host Colchester at Vale Park on Saturday after four consecutive away days.
Port Vale manager, Neil Aspin has called for a “no excuses” attitude from his team to fight relegation, starting with a win against Cambridge on Saturday.
The former Vale defender insists the team still has the “belief” and fight to escape relegation and “trusts everyone.”
Port Vale chief executive Colin Garlick hopes the club can encourage the England’s senior women’s team to use their facilities again in the future.
Vale Park will host the Lionesses’ international friendly against Italy on April 7 (7:45pm kick-off) as part of their preparations for UEFA Euro 2017.
Vale Park will be the be the venue when England ladies take on Italy on April 7th.
Port Vale announced the news earlier today, with interest understood to already be high.
Port Vale keeper Jak Alnwick says that the squad are determined to put Saturday’s disappointing…
Port Vale manager Rob Page heaped praise on his players this week, who he said make him “proud to be their manager”.
Last Sunday’s well-earned 1-1 draw with Coventry City at Vale Park saw the Valiants go 11 games unbeaten at home in League One.