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Jim O’Brien “Don’t write us off”

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Jim O’Brien has asked the fans to not write Notts County off just yet in a pre game interview with the Notts County website. 

The  midfielder has said that past experience has taught  him it’s not over yet and county can inprove league position as Notts head to Yeovil hoping to improve there points and league position. 

To read the full interview with Jim O’Brien clink the below. 

https://www.nottscountyfc.co.uk/news/2019/january/obrien-pre-yeovil-170119/

Edited by super_ram

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Its kind of hard not to at the moment though, although its not the end till we cant get the points.

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It's hard trying to motivate people, plus not fall into the relegation talk but the players need to show they have the right now. It's not down to us, it's down to them and my backing will be given regardless.

Yet for heaven's sake work harder Notts.

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Last sunday i cried all morning resigned to the probability of Notts going out of the football league and losing their status of being the oldest football league club, these players can't let this happen though, so Jim's interview gave me a little hope, that they won't let it happen. County til i die. COYP.

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It’s time for them to fight ... I’m not writing us off yet I know we will we keep our league two status ... o’Brien Well done you have stood up because after today you will get stick but I respect this 

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19 hours ago, donmassonisgod! said:

He has a great attitude, unlike most of his teammates!

It makes you wonder if he knows what he's got himself involved with, when he asks people not to write the club off. Perhaps it would be better to speak to his team mates?

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Yes i hope so too. We have to live in hope that there is a chance of us staying up. If we can get some players in. QUICK

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10 minutes ago, magpiejue said:

Yes i hope so too. We have to live in hope that there is a chance of us staying up. If we can get some players in. QUICK

We don't have the time to wait for players, we need them now to save the season.

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1 hour ago, Captain Sticky said:

I hope he's passing this message on in the dressing room

Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
 

He needs to be doing that IMO, the players have put the club at the foot of League Two.

They was tipped for promotion, how can we write them off anymore than they have done themselves already?

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I’ve read this a few times and every time I do it seems Jim has the fire he has the desire to keep Notts up .. he really has that fire in what he says this is a ment to fire up .. job done 

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