Port Vale manager Michael Brown has received the backing from the Chief Executive Colin Garlick after the clubs disastrous start to the League Two campaign.
The clubs only on field success came on the opening days fixture away at Crawley Town when they won 3-1, but since then they have struggled and found themselves bottom of the table and haven’t scored in 6 games.
The club were relegated from League One last season, and following the drop in league the playing staff has seen huge numbers of changes which as of yet is set to gel and show signs of being capable of playing in League Two.
With rumours circulating that some supporters want a change of manager, Colin Garlick told the BBC that Michael Brown would be in charge of the Forest Green match this Saturday.
Forest Green have also struggled to adapt to life in the League Two, sitting just one place and one point ahead of the ‘Valiants’ in the league table, and heading into the fixture at Vale Park both teams know how important it will be to claim maximum points from the game.
A win for Port Vale could see them move out of the drop zone depending on the Cheltenham Town and Chesterfield results, but know a defeat against Forest Green would leave them chasing the teams outside the relegation zone at this early stage of the season.
Port Vale fans is it time for the club to change manager? Or do you want to see your club stick by Michael Brown? Let us know in the comments…