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Port Vale Boss Quits Following Saddlers Defeat
 
Port Vale Boss Quits Following Saddlers Defeat
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Port Vale Boss Quits Following Saddlers Defeat
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Port Vale Boss Quits Following Saddlers Defeat

7:43 pm Monday, 26 December 2016  
Following Boxing Day's Sky Bet League One clash between Walsall and Port Vale, which saw on-loan Scunthorpe United defender Scott Laird secure the win for his side with a goal mid-way through the first-half, the Valiants have confirmed the departure of manager Bruno Ribeiro.
Following Boxing Day's Sky Bet League One clash between Walsall and Port Vale, which saw on-loan Scunthorpe United defender Scott Laird secure the win for his side with a goal mid-way through the first-half, the Valiants have confirmed the departure of manager Bruno Ribeiro.

In a statement, released via Twitter, Port Vale confirm; "Port Vale Chairman Norman Smurthwaite, has today accepted the resignation of Manager, Bruno Ribeiro, following the 1-0 defeat to Walsall. The club can confirm that Assistant Manager Michael Brown will be in charge of first team duties until further notice."

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