Mitchell Clark joined Port Vale on loan from Steve Bruce’s Aston Villa in the summer transfer window.
Mitchell Clark is a hugely talented and promising young footballer, and the Aston Villa-owned defender is doing well at Port Vale.
The Welsh defender joined Port Vale on a season-long loan deal from Championship club Villa in the summer transfer window.
The 19-year-old has already established himself as an important player for Neil Aspin’s side, and his performance in their 2-0 win against Northampton Town at Vale Park in League Two this past weekend was superb.
The Welsh teenager started the match and played for the entire 90 minutes, and once again he gave a good account of himself.
As stated on Vale’s official website, Clark has played six matches - all of them have been starts.
Vale fans have been impressed with the performance of the Villa-owned defender and have praised the 19-year-old on social networking site Twitter, as shown in the following posts.
Well done you’ve done nothing but impress since you’ve been here, top man keep it up. Score against Crewe you’ll be a hero— Lee Bleahen-Melvin (@lee_bleahen) September 15, 2018
Another good performance today Mitchell well done #pvfc— Aaron Ashley (@azzpvfc) September 15, 2018
Sign permanently!— Tom Askey (@askey84) September 15, 2018
Outstanding, if Manny hadn't scored, I would have had you pegged as man of the match. Just hope you stay for the season and don't get recalled by Villa. UTV— Andrew Paulukiewicz (@APaulukiewicz) September 16, 2018
Another great performance, well done— Lee (@lee_wilshaw) September 15, 2018
Great game today Clarko— J’Golo (@JGoloFM) September 16, 2018
nice try but we already know how good he is. Adaptable too. Great future ahead.— MICHELE ASTBURY (@mjastbury) September 15, 2018
He's been outstanding, can't fault him!— Matthew Jackson (@Mattjackson_88) September 15, 2018
Another player who has left Villa on loan is Ritchie De Laet, who has joined Melbourne City in A-League for the 2017-18 campaign.
City manager Warren Joyce has spoken highly of the 29-year-old Belgian, saying that he knew that he would play for Manchester United, which the defender did.
Joyce told ESPN: “There was an opportunity to bring Ritchie to the club that we discussed with the manager to help [the reserve] team out.
”Secretly I always thought he could play for Manchester United's first team and it turned out to be true.”
The Birmingham Mail quotes De Laet as saying: “I knew the gaffer (Warren Joyce) here as well and I spoke a little bit with Ross (McCormack) and Mile (Jedinak). They said it was a nice place to be so when the opportunity came I grabbed it.”
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