Manager: Rob Page
Former Wales international Rob Page enjoyed a successful playing career before joining Port Vale as youth team coach. He was then promoted to first team coach before being made assistant manager. Page won 41 international caps for Wales over nine years. The former defender captained Watford to their first season in the Premier League and was voted the club's Player of the Season at the end of their debut campaign in the top flight. He was made Port Vale's interim manager in September 2014 following the departure of Micky Adams and after around a month in caretaker charge he was offered the position on a permanent basis.
Goalkeeping Coach: Mark Grew
Mark Grew has been associated with Port Vale since 1986 when he joined as a goalkeeper from Ipswich Town. Grew went on to make 184 appearances for Vale between 1986 and 1992. The now goalkeeping coach and scouting co-ordinator was also voted Player of the Year in 1989 and 1992. Grew was appointed as the Vale youth coach in 1994. The former goalkeeper has had three spells as caretaker manager during his 12 non-playing years with the club. Upon the return of Micky Adams, Grew was appointed Assistant Manager in July 2011 before being made goalkeeping coach and scouting co-ordinator in July 2014.
Head Physiotherapist: James Rowland
Port Vale welcomed new Head Physiotherapist James Rowland for the start of the 2014/15 Season. A graduate of Sheffield Hallam University, James has previously worked as a physiotherapist at the Doncaster Rovers Centre of Excellence and the Derby County Academy before becoming Head Physio at Burton Albion.
Performance Analyst: Dan Thompson
A former decathlon athlete, Dan Thompson is a key member of Rob Page’s backroom staff. The 30-year-old studied Sports Management for four years at Sheffield Hallam University before spending time working in IT recruitment. He started volunteering for Scunthorpe United in 2011 and began work at Port Vale part-time alongside that. Dan was taken on full time by the club in 2012 and in his very first season the Valiants were promoted to Sky Bet League One.