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Kevin Nolan: 'Notts County fans entitled to boo team after Chesterfield game'

Joe Jones

Kevin Nolan has stressed that he has "no qualms" about Notts County fans booing at the end of their 3-1 defeat at Chesterfield given the abject performance by the visitors.

The Magpies were convincingly beaten at the Proact Stadium on Sunday as Sid Nelson, Zavon Hines and a Kristian Dennis penalty made Dan Jones's free kick a scant consolation.

More than 1,400 Notts fans were at the game and a sizeable amount booed their team's shoddy display, and Nolan says they were entitled to voice their opinion.

“They have come to watch the game and if they are not happy with it then they can share and voice that opinion,” he told the Nottingham Post.

“For me it wasn’t good enough and we were second best all over. I’ve got no qualms about the fans.

“We brought more than 1,400 fans which is fantastic and what we want.

“They were there until the end of the game and then when it was over, and if they don’t feel it is right, then they are going to voice their opinion.

“Nobody can hide from the fact that we weren’t good enough, but we’ve got to move on.”

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