Northampton defender Jordan Turnbull should be back in contention against Port Vale.
Port Vale forward Tom Pope has denied posting anti-Semitic messages on social media after being charged by the Football Association.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope is facing the prospect of a further ban relating to social media after being charged with an ‘aggravated breach’ of Football Association rules.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope has been banned for one game due to “improper” Twitter comments, the Football Association has announced.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope has apologised over a tweet he sent at the weekend, insisting he was “unaware” it could be perceived as anti-Semitic.
Tom Pope could be in hot water over his latest social media post with the Football Association seeking answers from the Port Vale striker.
Tom Pope felt he “shut a few people up” with his eye-catching cameo in Port Vale’s FA Cup defeat at Manchester City.
Port Vale manager John Askey thought he was dreaming when his side scored against Manchester City before eventually going down to a 4-1 defeat in the FA Cup.
Port Vale striker Tom Pope claimed he would score 40 goals a season if he could play against John Stones every week in a mocking tweet about the Manchester City defender last summer.
Tom Pope fulfilled a boast to score against John Stones but could not prevent holders Manchester City easing to a 4-1 victory over Port Vale in the FA Cup.
John Stones may have a point to prove on Saturday as he comes up against the lower division footballer who teased him over the summer.
Port Vale will welcome back their big guns for the home clash with struggling Walsall.
Boss John Askey praised hat-trick hero Tom Pope’s attitude as he almost single-handedly fired Port Vale to a 3-1 FA Cup second-round victory at Cheltenham.
Tom Pope scored an eight-minute hat-trick to fire Port Vale into the third round of the FA Cup with a 3-1 win at Cheltenham.