Micky Adams Quits Port Valeby Jack Kitson / 18 September 2014, 13:47Tweet
Micky Adams has resigned from his post at Port Vale following six successive defeats in all competitions, including five consecutive League One losses. The rotten run of form had piled the pressure on the under-fire Adams, who has decided to call it quits less than 48 hours after the Vailants 3-0 reverse at home to Bristol City.
Adams' resignation brings to an end his five-year stay at Vale Park. The 52-year-old was appointed manager of for a second time back in the summer of 2011, just four months after leaving the club. In his second season in charge, after returning, Adams led Vale to promotion up to League One, following a 3rd place finish, and then followed this up with an impressive 9th standing in the third-tier. However, the current campaign has been a different story, with the club losing their last five league games on the spin.
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