Vale striker Tom Pope believes his side’s upcoming run of games is a great chance…
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.
Struggling Port Vale face Shrewsbury Town in a CheckaTrade Trophy clash tomorrow night, but manager Neil Aspin admits his focus is mainly on his team’s league form.
Aspin has said he is expecting a tough game from The Shrews ahead of the 19:45 o’clock kick off: “We will expect a tough game, they’ll make a few changes.
Michael Brown has been appointed as manager at Port Vale after their relegation to League Two.
Brown has been caretaker boss at the club since December and has been favourite to get the job since Bruno Ribeiro resigned.
Port Vale moved back into the play-off places after Alex Jones’ goal saw off MK Dons.
The winning goal came through an error from MK Dons’ captain Dean Lewington, who sloppily handled a cross at the far post. Jones’ penalty was saved by David Martin, but the winger prodded home the rebound.
Local rivals Port Vale and Crewe Alexandra will clash in a charity match, organised by former striker Tony Naylor this summer.
Naylor – who played for both clubs – is hoping to attract some of the teams former legends when the two sides meet on Sunday, July 26 at Vale Park.
Port Vale beat Stoke City 3-0 in The Potteries derby to top the Final Third Development League table.
Two goals from Achille Campion, and another from Jordan Slew Port Vale’s reserves to victory over their city rivals.
Port Vale centre-half Carl Dickinson is remaining optimistic about the club’s late push for a playoff spot insisting the season is not over yet.
Following back-to-back wins Port Vale, find themselves only seven points shy of sixth spot with five games remaining.
Port Vale’s assistant manager Mark Grew said the pressure will be on Crewe Alexandra as the Valiants take on their bitter rivals at home on Saturday, February 22.