Date: 26th March 2015 at 5:46pm
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Neil Collins will have the chance to get some first-team football under his belt between now and the end of the season as our former Leeds defender has joined Port Vale on loan.

A calf strain has troubled our former captain for most of the season, but it’s also been made relatively clear to him that he’s not really in Nigel Clough’s future plans with a loan exit his best chance of regular football.

Collins hasn’t had any of this since October, when he last featured for Sheff Utd in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy against Hartlepool – he proved his fitness recently in an U21 game with Millwall, playing the full 90-minutes.

The 31-year-old now has the chance to not only add to his 12 appearances this season but, potentially, put himself in the shop window during his time at Vale Park, which I’m sure I’m not alone in wishing him well during.

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One Reply to “Collins Completes Port Vale Loan”

  • Collins has been treated abysmally by Cloughie. His lack of respect for a player who has served the club with 100% effort reminds me of his arrogant father.

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