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I’m hoping not playing yesterday won’t mess with our momentum.

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So after the home tie with Oldham was cancelled yesterday and only the checkatrade match last Tuesday as football I hope the lads don’t loose that edge they seem to have built up and the confidence in the last few games. 

Teams who have been in this place befor domenin lg1 some prem and l2 going in to a match with a week off can sometimes affect them I hope it won’t affect the lads. 

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I don't think it will have.

If anything it will give Notts more time to train and prepare, this is half of the battle. If done right Notts should start to fly IMO.

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if the focus remains the same and nothing else has changed, i am not sure it would bother notts. good times usually make the most of having the weekend off by focusing on training and being more ready than those that have kept to a busy schedule.

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Unfortunatley I think it will have, some players might need a few games to get back into the swing of it. If we were at home I would say no but Bury (A) is a hard place to go especially after 2 weeks away. 

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Well it gave me a chance to catch up on some semi pro football, so me and my partner went to see Basford United v Stalybridge at Mill Lane, and what a good game it was with United winning 5 - 2 (att 415), did you know former Notts player Greg Tempest plays for them. 

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I hope it don’t as well I hope I’m over thinking things and we will be fine. 

I can now see thinking about it lHarry would keep them in that mind frame of don’t let it slip and we carry on what we built so hopefully be will be fine. 

 

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3 hours ago, macpie said:

Well it gave me a chance to catch up on some semi pro football, so me and my partner went to see Basford United v Stalybridge at Mill Lane, and what a good game it was with United winning 5 - 2 (att 415), did you know former Notts player Greg Tempest plays for them. 

No never knew that where Greg went blimey.. how did he play ? 

Sounds a good weekend you beat some semi pro football 👏

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I don't think the momentum will be ruined either.

If anything it should enable Notts to move forward, as it gives Harry Kewell more time to understand what players he has at his disposal. It gives more time for proper scouting and to prepare for the Bury game. I think the worry should have ended for this season, provided the hard work remains applied.

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It may disrupt the winning streak the club is currently on but I don't think the break would cause any issues with the focus or hard work. The club seems to have turned a corner and everyone from the players to the manager seem to be on the same page.

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Notts should be okay, I do believe they have turned a corner and I think overall things can only improve further. Missing one game shouldn't have made much difference but the fact some pressure is creeping back may prove to be a stumbling block.

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I don't think it has been ruined, i just think they were told to focus on the league.

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I don't think Notts will be effected by missing a game, if anything as others have pointed out it gives them longer to prepare properly.

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