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Last Updated: Friday, 5 March, 2004, 09:38 GMT
Foyle hopes stars will sign
Martin Foyle
Foyle has been in charge since Brian Horton's departure
Port Vale boss Martin Foyle hopes that more of his out-of-contract players can pledge their futures to the Second Division play-off hopefuls.

George Pilkington and Billy Paynter have already signed new long-term deals at Vale Park.

But Foyle, who replaced Brian Horton as manager last month, is now waiting on decisions from Marc Bridge-Wilkinson and Jonathan Brain.

"It would be great if we can keep them all here," he told BBC Radio Stoke.

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