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So yesterday we beat Tranmere 3-2 in Neals Ardleys first home game in charge in what has to be the best home game this season the reaction to the win said everything the fans the players and the manager. 

Especially if you have a look at the pictures taken by Dan Weatwall at yesterday’s game the reaction at the end the way Neal was on the touch line during the game and the players reaction during and post game with Neal is awsome. 

(Thanks to Dan westwell for the use of his photo’s) 

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neal ardley hugged every player from what i saw, he patted them on the back too. he seems a proper man manager but the smiles speak volumes.

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Nice to see them happy. The club seems to have finally picked a manager with experience and knows how to get the best out of the players.

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This is exactly what we should be seeing and if Notts lose, they need to try and encourage a positive reaction by trying to salvage something and not just exciting the field when the games over.

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