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Trio Pen Deals At Vale

Port Vale Boss Micky Adams has offered professional deals to a trio of 18 year old second-year Youth players.

Defender Matthew Bell and attacker Anthony Malbon, plus midfielder Sam Morsy have all signed a one-year deal with the Valliants.

Wolverhampton-born Morsy made his senior debut from the bench in Vale’s 4-0 home victory over Lincoln City in late February.

“All three have the talent to become first-team players and need to work as hard as they can to achieve their potential and forge a successful career at the Vale,” said Adams.

The Youth department will also welcome seven new Apprentice players to its ranks in the summer as Joe Davis, Ryan Lloyd, Grant Jeffries, Jonathan Hughes, Dominic Thorley, Dominic Plant and James Lee all join the Club.

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