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Notts County statistically one of most improved teams in England

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From Sky Sports:

We calculated how much each club in England has improved or declined since last season by measuring the difference in points - excluding teams that were promoted or relegated last term.

Based on those metrics, Premier League-bound Wolves are the most-improved club with their 99 points being 70.7 per cent more than their 58 last season.

Skip forward a bit...

Notts County (+37.5 per cent), Newport County (+33.3 per cent), Bristol City (+24.1 per cent), Wycombe (+21.7 per cent), Charlton (+18.3 per cent) and Manchester United (+17.8 per cent) are also among the most-improved teams.

And here is the table:


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It's just nice to see us above teams like Manchester City/United.

In all seriousness Alan Hardy has done some great business, he's stored passion quite clearly within the Notts fan base and people will naturally pick things out from time to time but his ability to continue to focus on the right areas deserves the credit. Kevin Nolan may still be learning, yet again he's introduced to us a fighting squad and it might not be pretty at times but it has been effective.

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Wow that’s amazing I can’t belive it .. County really have come so far this season and this just goes to prove it. You can’t argue with words/numbers 😂😂 but no it’s great to see them above the bigger teams on wards and upwards 

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