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One Or Two Additions Could Be On The Cards According To Mark Grew

24 March 2015

Goalkeeping Coach Says Fresh Faces Would Be Ideal

has revealed the club is hopeful of bringing in one or two reinforcements before the loan window closes. Mark GrewPort Vale coach 


Speaking at yesterday’s press conference, the 57-year-old admitted that the introduction of new players could give Vale the lift they need to turn around their current form.


to their ranks for a second time this season but Grew says they still want to bring in more fresh faces.Tommy O’SullivanThe Valiants have already added Cardiff City midfielder


“If we could get two bodies in that would be great,” he said.


“I’m not saying we’re going to do that but we’re trying all we can to get somebody in because I think, when you look at when Ryan Inniss came it freshened things up and we went onto win three games and clean sheets and it was great.


“I think we probably need that at this time when things aren’t going for us, a couple of fresh faces in and hopefully that’ll turn the corner.”


.loss to Swindon Town, who has been out injured with a dead leg since the Carl DickinsonGrew also had good news on the fitness of club captain


“He is okay,” he commented. “To be honest he was nearly on the bench or thereabouts on Saturday but he trained on Friday and came in Saturday morning and said it had stiffened up.


“But he’s trained this morning and he will be available for Saturday I would think.”


Vale travel to East London to take on last season’s play-off finalists Leyton Orient at Matchroom Stadium this weekend.


relegation zone – something Grew admits has taken him by surprise.Sky Bet League OneThe O’s have had a difficult campaign so and find themselves in the


“That’s how football is, one season you’re up there, the next you’re back down in that relegation,” he said.


“I’m quite surprised that Orient are down there because they probably were one of the better footballing sides last year when we played them.


“But things change around, personnel change around and you’ve got no given right to be top of the league. You’ve got to work hard and the league doesn’t lie.”

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