Bratt: No costly decision on Glover
It is understood Glover's position as manager of the League Two outfit may be under threat this week, with the club's board reportedly set to hold a meeting at some point to discuss matters. Further protests calling for the former assistant to be sacked were held before and after Vale's 1-1 draw against Wycombe at the weekend. But the loss of more than £300,000 in investment contracts from the supporters savers accounts and the conclusion of recent contract settlements with former boss Sinnott have left their mark on the club's bank balance. Talks with Harlequin Property have also stalled according to reports, and chairman Bratt is keen to stress the club's financial well-being will be key when deciding who will be standing in the Vale dugout come August. Vale chairman Bratt told The Sentinel: "Whatever the club decides to do with regard to the manager's situation it has got to be the best decision for the club and the most affordable one, especially after all the money we have lost through investments."
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