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Jimbo coming back?

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It would see that Jim O'Brien has posted a picture of himself on Instagram in Notts training kit with an "old man" filter, with a remark about pre-season training. So he would appear to be back for pre-season training at least.

If/when the takeover saga is resolved, I hope we get him signed up again. News like that gives me a little bit of hope.

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When I first saw the picture, I didn't realise it was Jim O'Brien. I thought it was the old fitness person, I don't remember his name but I think it was Johnny.

O'Brien would be a good signing, he's got a lot more about himself than Michael Doyle.

Much better engine and passing ability too.

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would love to see him resign, think with crawford and patching there will be fresher legs if needed.

hope he signs before being pulled away by another club.

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5 hours ago, Chris said:

When I first saw the picture, I didn't realise it was Jim O'Brien. I thought it was the old fitness person, I don't remember his name but I think it was Johnny.

It was from that face app that's doing the rounds, where you can see what you'll look like when you're older. But don't download it, unless you think that giving the Russian secret police a picture of your face is a good idea.

2 hours ago, Super_Danny_Allsopp said:

Coming back to what exactly?

The club's funeral could be in 10 days time. 

I'm optimistic today. The takeover will be done, Jimbo will come back and we'll smash this tinpot league.

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A complete no-brainer for me, easily good enough for L2 let alone the National League. He can do it all, run, tackle, pick a pass, what's not to like?

If our centre mid options were O'Brien, Rose, Doyle and Crawford. I'd be very happy with that.

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Neal Ardley will remain as manager, now is the time for Jim O'Brien to sign.

I suspect he will be given a one-year-deal.

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On 21/07/2019 at 14:58, Super_Danny_Allsopp said:

Coming back to what exactly?

The club's funeral could be in 10 days time. 

Let me know how this does when the 10 days are up. ;)

People have to start thinking more positively and try to find the light. Hopefully Jim O'Brien signs again.

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Great player, the type Notts lack and would be better with. I’m pleased he’s stuck around, it says a lot that he’s has done. Just need to try and get CMS back.

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Sign him up ASAP.

He’s waited this long, helped and battled to keep Notts which yes didn’t happen. Without him, the club would have been sunk sooner.

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