Manager: Bruno Ribeiro
Bruno was appointed manager of Port Vale in the summer of 2016 and set on his way to making his mark on the club, signing an influx of players from across the country to help spearhead his revolution at Vale Park.
Ribeiro was no stranger to England upon his arrival, having previously played for Leeds United and Sheffield United from 1997-2001 during his playing career.
The Portuguese man took over Vale having already managed several clubs, including Vitoria Setubal and Ludogorets.
Assistant Manager: Michael Brown
A veteran midfielder who has made over 150 appearances in the Premier League in illustrious career, signed for Port vale in July 2014. Brown is known for his tenacious tackling and never say die attitude on the pitch.
When Bruno Ribiero was appointed as manager of the club in the summer of 2016 Brown was given the role of Assistant Manager, with an eye on playing when required.
First Team Coach: Andy Smith
Bruno Ribeiro appointed Andy Smith as the first team coach at Port Vale upon his arrival, making the Valiants the sixth club Smith has coached alongside Bruno.
The two met back when they played for Sheffield United, alongside Michael Brown who was also at United at the time.
Smith is a former Northern Ireland international, representing his country 18 times in total.
Fitness Coach: Maykel Moreira
Joined the club as part of the back room staff handpicked by new manager Bruno Ribeiro in 2016 and was appointed Fitness coach to the first team squad.
Maykel had previously worked with Bruno at his most recent club before Vale, Academico De Viseu for two years.
Goalkeeping Coach: Marco Tabuas
A former Goalkeeper turned coach, Marco joined Bruno Ribeiro as part of the back room staff at Port Vale in 2016, as the Goalkeeping Coach at Vale Park.
Marco played with Bruno at Vitoria Setubal, where he spent 20 years, rising through the youth ranks and into the first team.
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 the Club’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.