Dior Angus and Michael Calveley will make their Nuneaton Borough debuts today as the loan pair have received special dispensation to turnout at Liberty Way against Coventry City.
Parent club, Port Vale, have approached the Football League for permission to loan the duo to the Boro’ on a longer term basis but have taken this temporary measure whilst they await clarification on the deal.
Angus is a 24-year-old forward from Coventry and the son of Boro’ legend Terry. In six matches on loan with Tamworth last season, Angus netted three times. The hard-working forward has also had spells with division rivals Leamington and Kidderminster Harriers but secured a permanent deal with the Valiants after an impressive run with Redditch United that saw him score 17 times.
Michael Calveley is a 19-year-old midfielder that came through the youth ranks at Port Vale. So far he has made three appearances for the Valiants and has had a loan spell with Leek Town, where he scored his first senior goal in an FA Trophy match last season.