Port Vale re-appoint Micky Adams as manager

Micky Adams has returned to Port Vale just four months after leaving the club for Sheffield UnitedPort Vale have re-appointed Micky Adams as manager just sixteen weeks after he left the club to take charge of Sheffield United, a period of disappointment as he was unable to save them from relegation into League One.

However it only took three days for Adams to find work at Port Vale once more and he had the following to say on the clubs official website.

“I am delighted to be given the opportunity to com back to Vale Park and hopefully finish the job I had started here. I always said that Sheffield United would be the only club to tempt me away from Vale and, ultimately, I let my heart rule my head. Hindsight is a wonderful thing.”

The 49 year old continued.

“I have followed Vale’s fortunes closely since I left in January and no one is more disappointed than me that the club did not achieve promotion this season. I still believe that there is the talent drive and potential to do well in League Two and this summer we will regroup, assess our position and come back refreshed for the campaign ahead.”

“It is important not to dwell on the past.”

Port Vale missed the chance of a play-off place in League Two by three points ending the season in 11th.

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