John Askey says he and his players are determined to reward supporters who have shown faith in Port Vale this summer. Askey is impressed the club sold 3,416 season tickets by Sunday’s Early-Bird deadline, putting them on course to sell more than 4,000 in total when hospitality tickets are added along with fans who pay later in the summer. Last year the Vale sold 2,835 tickets by the end of June Early-Bird deadline, a figure that rose to 3,500 when hospitality and other sales were added. That was slightly down on the 2017 Early-Bird figure of 2,919. Askey said: “I think it is all down to the new owners really and the way they have gone about things. If people come to the club now they can see a change. Everywhere looks so much smarter. “There are smiles on people’s faces and everybody is upbeat, I think that has transmitted to local people. “People want to help. You have seen that by supporters going out and buying season tickets where they wouldn’t have done normally. People want to help the football club and I just hope we can respond by getting results for them when the season starts.” Read More… Read full this story
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