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Rob Page Putting Pleasantries Aside Against Gillingham

27 November 2014

Vale Boss Ahead Of Trip To Kent

Rob Page will put pleasantries aside this weekend when Port Vale take on a Gillingham team containing a couple of familiar faces.


The Valiants head south to face Peter Taylor’s outfit at Priestfield Stadium in Sky Bet League One on Saturday, kick-off 3pm.


Page knows current Gills coach Andy Hessenthaler well from his playing days at Watford and is also familiar with midfielder Doug Loft, who enjoyed a successful spell as a Vale player and captain recently.


Speaking to Valiant Player ahead of the game, the 40-year-old admits it will be nice to see the duo but insists it will be business as usual once kick-off comes around.


“It will be nice to catch up with people like that,” Page said.


“Andy Hessenthaler was a great servant to Watford, a great player in his time and like I said I think he has been at Gillingham for a few years and he works hard for the club.

“It’s nice to catch up but then come three o’clock it will all be forgotten about until five o’clock.”


Watch the full Valiant Player interview with Port Vale boss Rob Page as he prepares his side to face Gillingham this weekend by clicking here.

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