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  2. Bristol City 2v1 Huddersfield Town Millwall 0v2 Watford joker Wigan Athletic 0v0 Blackpool Rochdale 2v2 Oxford United Newport County 2v1 Carlisle United Salford City 1v1 Cambridge United Torquay United 2v0 Sutton United Dover Athletic 1v1 Barnet
  3. Bristol City 2-0 Huddersfield Town (Joker) Millwall 0-2 Watford Wigan Athletic 1-1 Blackpool Rochdale 1-3 Oxford United Newport County 1-1 Carlisle United Salford City 1-1 Cambridge United Torquay United 1-0 Sutton United Dover Athletic 1-2 Barnet
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  5. Bristol City 2-0 Huddersfield Town Millwall 1-2 Watford (Joker) Wigan Athletic 1-0 Blackpool Rochdale 0-2 Oxford United Newport County 0-2 Carlisle United Salford City 1-1 Cambridge United Torquay United 2-2 Sutton United Dover Athletic 0-0 Barnet
  6. Bristol City 0-0 Huddersfield Town Millwall 0-2 Watford Wigan Athletic 1-0 Blackpool Rochdale 1-2 Oxford United Newport County 0-1 Carlisle United Salford City 2-3 Cambridge United Torquay United 1-0 Sutton United Dover Athletic 1-4 Barnet joker
  7. Bristol City v Huddersfield Town 2-0 Millwall v Watford 0-1 Wigan Athletic v Blackpool 1-1 Rochdale v Oxford United 2-1 Newport County v Carlisle United 3-0 Salford City v Cambridge United 2-1 Torquay United v Sutton United 2-1 Joker Dover Athletic v Barnet 1-2
  8. Time for yet another round of fixtures - these are for Tuesday and kick off at 7pm (except the Dover match, which kicks off at 7.45pm). Good luck, and remember your jokers! Bristol City v Huddersfield Town Millwall v Watford Wigan Athletic v Blackpool Rochdale v Oxford United Newport County v Carlisle United Salford City v Cambridge United Torquay United v Sutton United Dover Athletic v Barnet
  9. The results: QPR 0-1 Derby County Gillingham 2-2 Rochdale Ipswich Town 0-1 Peterborough United Portsmouth 0-4 Hull City Leyton Orient 0-1 Forest Green Rovers Port Vale 1-3 Walsall Chesterfield 2-1 Wrexham Dagenham & Redbridge 3-2 King's Lynn Bad news for the chasing pack - this week's winner is @Megan_Elizax with 11 points! @Megan_Elizax - 11 @super_ram - 9 @DangerousSausage, @william1984 - 8 @Dan - 7 @4everapie - 6 @barnet11uk - 5 @nottsnutter - 3 @ARLukomski, @Dripsey3, @GrannyPie, @magpiejue, @jimbob - 2 So this is what the table looks lik
  10. I agree a point is a point, and in general terms a good one against a very good well managed team. But it was a home game and if we harbour Hope's of promotion these are the games we need to win. We have not been bad this season, just not good enough in too many games. I would say that while we may still be in contention for promotion, we look a long way off at the moment.
  11. Not a bad result, but not the result we needed. Torquay have got a clean sheet and a point away from home, and they've prevented a potential rival from closing the gap. They'll be pleased. Overall it was a very hard-working display against a good team. The first half had 0-0 written all over it - we didn't have any clear chances, partly because of our reluctance to commit men up front, and the same applied for Torquay. We occasionally had a sniff due to a couple of dodgy back passes, but that was it. Both teams grew braver as the second half wore on, both had some good chances and could h
  12. the competition is still a joke, i think it should be scrapped for this season.
  13. think once you suspend one league, its likely that others will do. i think clubs should be going down the private vaccination route to keep football ongoing as well as it can be. issue with suspending the league is its unlikely to resolve anything. teams seem to be falling with cases and it will only re start once the league resumes unless measures are taken to safe guard the players in the first place.
  14. i dont think a draw is a bad result, a win would have been nice but i think the draw might come down to the players of both teams thinking the season will be suspended or whatever. i am happy for us to take the point, i just hope it means something in the long term.
  15. decent podcast, would like the crawley enzio here. he can be a good player but he has one or two very good games then a heap of nothing. fans are a bit fickle with him too, some are harsh and others up his ***e.
  16. Would’ve been a great statement if Notts could have won that, I feel a bit disappointed we didn’t. Couldn’t fault the work rate/battling and again, defensively very solid. Another clean sheet but is it coming at the expense of our attacking play? I feel like our attacking play is too predictable now, I don’t mind us cutting inside but it’s almost every attack. Yesterday it forced Enzio to shoot with his left foot, he bangs them in on his right! Play him on the other wing or just switch it up a bit more - he was only up against a now 35 y/o Dean Moxey, no disrespect but Enzio should'v
  17. Yesterday
  18. Slocombe 6 - Generally OK, couple of dodgy decision making but not paid to pay. Brindley 7.5 - Very good defensively, some great last-ditch tackles. Rawlinson 7.5 - Excellent. Lacey 7.5 - Excellent. Kelly-Evans 7.5 - Very good defensively and joined attacks with effect sometimes. Doyle 7.5 - Spreading passes about and did a captain's job by being in the referee's ear to put Notts' point across, counteracting the Torquay players doing the same. Whether intentional or not, when he goes forward to stand over the player rolling around after Enzio's challenge early on, it
  19. I just wasted my time! Those ratings really do beggar belief, instead of watching the game they must have put several balls numbered 6, 7 and 8 into a bag and just drawn them out at random. Once again, we had too many average performances, nobody was especially poor or good. I would probably give Rodriguez MOM, because most of our creative moments involved him. Enzio and Wootton disappointed, both are capable of better. On the face of it a draw against the top of the league isn't a bad result, but it's not what we need. Torquay will definitely be the happier of the two teams, and the
  20. https://www.nottinghampost.com/sport/football/football-news/notts-county-player-ratings-torquay-4921194 If you want to look at these ratings, you are wasting your time
  21. Slocombe 6.5 One misread situation but generally radiated calmness Brindley 7 Blood injury, should have resulted in a Torquay player seeing red. Rawlinson 6 experience counted Lacey 6.5 Defended well, simple passes DKE 7 The best left back even though he is a right back Reeves 6 Early promise when he signed, seems to be evaporating Doyle 6.5 For every good pass, counterbalanced by a poor pass or decision Enzio 5 Reality check that despite his "star name", he does not deliver Ruben 7.5 Only player willing to take the ball and try to make things happen
  22. Slocombe 6 - Commanded well. Had one iffy moment but sound Brindley 7 - Kept Whitfield quiet for large parts of the game. Great performance Rawlinson 7 - Excellent defending and very cool with the ball at his feet Lacey 7 - Like Rawlo, kept their usually potent frontline at bay Kelly-Evans 7 - Got forward numerous times and linked up well with others Doyle 8 - Superb with the ball at his feet and helped us playing through the middle Reeves 7 - Started well but takes way way too many touches when he doesn't need to and passes it backwards when he doesn't need too
  23. Game 21 - The Moors (A) Team: Solihull Moors Date: 26/01/2021 Where: Damson Park What line-up should Neal Ardley opt for? What will be the key areas for the Magpies to get a victory? What do you think the final score will be? Have your say below, join in with the Pride of Nottingham match discussion.
  24. QPR 0-2 Derby County Gillingham 2-0 Rochdale Ipswich Town 0-2 Peterborough United Portsmouth 2-1 Hull City Leyton Orient 2-1 Forest Green Rovers Port Vale 1-0 Walsall Chesterfield 2-0 Wrexham (Joker) Dagenham & Redbridge 2-0 King's Lynn
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