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  2. What's happened at the club between now and last season's game against Swindon Town? I need s crash curse, just humour me! Yet, in all fairness I would appreciate a small snippet of text about the things PON members feel I should know. Update this State side Pie.
  3. It seemed hard to accept, I feel so out of the loop that it felt like I had lost a loved one whom I hadn't seen for many years. Notts County is a great little club. The history won't change, that will always be there but life outside of the Football League, well, it's hard to put into words just how I feel. I've been away, not kept track on Notts since the Swindon game. I didn't lose interest, just became distracted. In a way, I suppose I was mourning but this is all daft. It's what it is, it cannot be undone but if we learn it can be corrected.
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    Greetings Luke, great to have you here!
  5. Greet6fton the States @John C
  6. Greetings from the States @Katie Sudlow
  7. Much needed and vital information for me, it paints a better picture than any match report could. Excellent article.
  8. Good luck with the mini documentary @Michael, as an exiled state side fan I would be eager to see it once released.
  9. It seems he made a good impression during his loan, I hope he has a speedy recovery and cracks on at Sheff United.
  10. Birmingham City 1-1 Preston North End Sheffield Wednesday 2-0 Fulham Doncaster Rovers 0-1 Peterborough United joker Rotherham United 2-2 Shrewsbury Town Plymouth Argyle 3-0 Cheltenham Town Cambridge United 2-0 Swindon Town Torquay United 2-1 Dagenham & Redbridge Halifax Town 2-0 Barnet
  11. Welcome to the Pride of Nottingham @Lobropie, where are you based?
  12. It's good of Forest to strike an agreement with Notts, they could have easily rejected and then the club would be forced to look elsewhere. It seems things are working themselves out under the new owners.
  13. Hello, it's good to see so many new members on here. Do join in the discussions when you can, for now welcome @Mick90.
  14. Excellent pictures! It's good to see a happier set of fans.
  15. Yesterday
  16. It hasn't sunk in really. It's been mostly the reverse because it's so refreshing to have a well run club. I think the fans, players and staff can see that we have a club that has the potential to move forward again with new, fresh ideas. Despite not being able to sign players till late, we have done really well in the transfer market. It's about the team kicking on now and turning draws into wins. With this squad I believe we have a very good chance of making the top 7.
  17. No, it doesn't make a difference in the grand scheme of things. A good captain doesn't even have to be the best player, just someone who can motivate and support others without it costing his own performance.
  18. Welcome to PON @Lobropie, plenty of hello's here and as you can see the forum is full with respectful fans.
  19. Good player, finally a goalkeeper that can save most goals and is more reliable.
  20. It's never nice to see a player get a dangerous injury, hopefully he's back quicker than predicted. Good luck Sam.
  21. I don't think I showed it, yet relegation hurt and only the fans got me through Swindon as it was very depressing to see. I won't accept the National League, I have refused to have the patches on my shirt because I simply don't want to see it. This said, Notts are where we are due to how poorly we've been ran and this has been an issue for years. As said before me, it's been long coming. Whilst I feel the club will finally turn things around, I do feel it hits that much needed reset button. Do I feel that the leagues tinpot? No, not at all because every club starts somewhere. We also have to earn promotion, which Notts should do eventually if they continue to work hard. Can people say we are too big for this league? No, not at all. Does relegation still hurt? Absolutely, yet you have to get on with it. Those still remaining at the club from last season still have a point to prove, they also must make it up to us.
  22. Some of the players tht are on the bench alot need to be actually played.
  23. I think the recruitment has been very good this season, all the players strengthen the squad and I have said this before. I can't think of a player that has disappointed, well, aside from Michael Doyle, who is extremely overrated, but is exactly what we have been calling out for. We have needed a hard hitting midfielder, who can calm down the play and spread it around. I do think he shouldn't always be starting, him as the captain isn't the best decision either. 3 players who have stood out and impressed me so far. Mitch Rose: When he plays well, which is most of the time - he injects a calm head that is keen to get the ball forward. He's a very effective passer, very direct and his pace offers Notts a lot in both attacking and defending. Kristian Dennis: He should always be starting in my eyes, he's looking good on goal and works throughout the pitch often linking up with the early build-up play. Dion Kelly-Evans: A true winger in my eyes, he's good at getting forward and likes to have time on the ball. I see him more of a player to link up with the right back, I honestly feel he's weaker in this area of the pitch but does give a good steady performance. I've only been disappointed with... Micheal Doyle: He's not as good as people claims, often kills off momentum and I fail to see how he deserves to start all the time. He's not a leader in my eyes either, I think Mitch Rose did a far better job and I have said all this before his red card(s). Enzio Boldewihn: Very good player, yet if you demand a steady performance from everyone - then he shouldn't be starting. If it wasn't for some of his wonder goals (which like the strikers he's missed so easier chances) - I just feel he could do a lot more. In the most recent games, he hasn't looked like the same player. If something else is going on, well, okay, but he should still challenge himself to beat players and contribute.
  24. We are doing much better this season so not yet.
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