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Howland flourishing under Glover

David Howland
David Howland joined the Valiants from Birmingham City in June

Port Vale midfielder David Howland admits that he is enjoying life under new manager Dean Glover.

The 22-year-old summer signing from Birmingham City told BBC Radio Stoke: "It was tough to adjust when I first came to the club.

"But we definitely play a lot more football now and I'm really enjoying it under the new manager."

Howland scored the only goal in Vale's 1-0 win at Lincoln on Saturday, their fourth in six games.

Veteran midfielder Dave Brammer, who has joined the Valiants on a one-month loan, made his first start in his second spell with the club at Sincil Bank.

And Howland reckons Brammer's experience has already had a noticeable effect on the team.

"Having Dave sat in front of the back four allows the rest of us to get forward more," he said. "I know from reputation he's a good footballer.

"Hopefully he's someone I can learn off. He should be a big asset for us."

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see also
Brightwell praises Glover tactics
03 Nov 08 |  Port Vale
Lincoln City 0-1 Port Vale
01 Nov 08 |  League Two
Brammer completes Vale loan deal
31 Oct 08 |  Port Vale
Home games crucial says Howland
09 Jul 08 |  Port Vale


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