PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia has passed a new budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The $5.2 billion budget puts additional funds toward anti-violence initiatives. The budget includes $400 million for neighborhood preservation and $20 million for poverty reduction. $2 million will go to operate a Citizens Police Oversight Commission.
Sunderland will take on League Two Port Vale in the first round of this season's Carabao Cup Sunderland will begin their Carabao Cup campaign with a trip to League Two Port Vale in August. The Black Cats will travel to Vale Park to take on Darrell Clarke's Valiants in the week beginning August 9.
Port Vale are preparing for the League Two 2021/22 season, where they will face Northampton Town on the opening day Port Vale have been drawn at home to Sunderland in the first round of the Carabao Cup. Vale were placed in the Northern half of the draw and landed the North East giants, who will be looking to make their way out of League One this season.
Our Port Vale reporter Mike Baggaley looks ahead to the season after the 2021/22 fixtures were confirmed Port Vale have been given their fixtures for the 2021/22 season as the club prepares what they hope will be a challenge at the right end of the table. The club flirted with a relegation fight last season but a run of eight wins in nine under new manager Darrell Clarke powered them to a 13th-placed finish and raised expectations for the campaign ahead.
Port Vale are preparing for the 2021/22 season under Darrell Clarke Port Vale will be on the road for their first game of the 2021/22 League Two season, away to Northampton Town on Saturday August 7. The game will be the first chance for supporters to see the club in competitive action since March 2020 when the 2019/20 campaign was cut short because of Covid-19 and all Vale’s games the following season were played behind closed doors.
The departure of Liam Roberts may have come as a shock to some Walsall fans, but in reality the writing was on the wall. Being a goalkeeper is often a thankless job. Any small error can lead to a goal, while magnificent saves are ‘what they should be doing’.
Port Vale are preparing for the new season in League Two Port Vale find out their fixture list for the new League Two season this morning as Darrell Clarke prepares for his first full season in charge. Expectations have risen following Clarke's appointment in February as he and assistant Andy Crosby led the club on a run of eight wins from nine to comfortably move clear of a relegation battle.
Joey Barton will find out what lies ahead for the Gas when the fixture list is confirmed at 9am Hello and welcome to today's special live blog as the fixtures for the 2021/22 League Two season are confirmed. Granted, that may not fill you with enormous excitement following five seasons in League One but this will be a campaign where the Gas will be targeting promotion.
Port Vale have completed a deal to sign goalkeeper Lucas Covolan from National League side Torquay United. Covolan’s name has been well-publicised in recent weeks, with the shot-stopper scoring a 95th minute equaliser against Hartlepool United in the National League play-off final earlier this month. His efforts weren’t quite enough though, as Torquay missed out on promotion into the League Two, after being beaten on penalties by Hartlepool United.
Port Vale have made their sixth signing of the summer Port Vale have signed Brazilian goalkeeper Lucas Covolan from Torquay. The 30 year old played his final game for the Devon club on Sunday when he started in their National League play-off final against Hartlepool. He scored a dramatic 95th-minute equaliser, heading home a cross to send the game into injury time, but Hartlepool went on to win the game on penalties.
White tops, white shorts, white socks for the Valiants under Darrell Clarke Port Vale have unveiled their new home strip for next season. Vale are going back to an all-white kit for the first time since 2017/18, having previously also worn white shorts and socks in 2007/8, from 1999 to 2001 and in the late 1960s and early 70s.
Our Port Vale fans' panel have their say on a busy week at the club It's fair to say Port Vale have had a busy week - James Wilson, Aaron Martin and Dan Jones have all signed for the club, while Andy Crosby has agreed to stay on as assistant manager.
A major update has emerged on Portsmouth striker Ellis Harrison, and it could lead to Danny Cowley ruthlessly axing him from the squad. What’s the talk? According to BBC South journalist Andrew Moon, League One duo Fleetwood and Oxford are showing an interest in the Pompey centre-forward.
Northern Ireland Under 21s are without a manager after interim boss Andy Crosby left to take on a job in League Two. Crosby had originally taken up the role as Port Vale assistant on a short-term basis in March but, having worked well with manager Darrell Clarke, will now leave his role with the Irish FA.
The latest transfer news from around Bristol Rovers' rivals in League Two as the transfer window officially opens The summer transfer window officially opens on Wednesday, but Bristol Rovers and their League Two rivals have been busy for weeks making additions to their squads. The Gas have already agreed four deals with free agents Paul Coutts, Sam Finley, Mark Hughes and Nick Anderton, and the club is working hard behind the scenes to secure further signings.
Andy Crosby is staying at Port Vale as assistant to Darrell Clarke Andy Crosby says he has committed to Port Vale because he is convinced by the club’s plans and potential. The 48 year old has joined as assistant manager to Darrell Clarke having initially arrived in March on a deal until the end of the season.
Andy Crosby is staying at Port Vale as assistant to manager Darrell Clarke Port Vale have agreed terms with assistant manager Andy Crosby to keep him at the club. The 48 year old was recruited in March, on a deal until the end of the season, and helped the club go on a remarkable run of eight wins and a draw from nine games to end any relegation fears on the way to a 13th-placed finish.
Former Manchester United forward James Wilson has signed a two year contract with Port Vale. The striker was playing for League Two side Salford City this past season. Wilson, who is now 25, scored seven times for the team that is owned by several members of United's famous Class of 92'.
James Wilson has become Port Vale's third signing of the summer Port Vale manager Darrell Clarke is confident James Wilson will provide goals in his new-look team next season. The 25 year old, from Biddulph, is joining the Vale upon the expiry of his Salford contract, on July 1, and has signed a two-year deal.