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Mick Vinter has sadly passed away


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Former forward Mick Vinter has sadly passed away yesterday at the age of 65.

He joined notts in 1971 and the magpies were his first professional team. Mick left Notts in 1979 but continued to live in nottingham as a coach when he retired as a player. 

The full article is here

https://www.nottscountyfc.co.uk/news/2020/january/mick-vinter-passing-210120/

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Mick always came across as a humble person, I am aware he had his problems but whenever I had the chance to speak to him - his eyes would light up when the conversation turned to Notts.

He would speak highly about those he played alongside and, his memories of Jimmy Sirrel would make people laugh if you heard them.

It's very saddening, I saw the news filter out last night but needed to see something official.

Rest in Peace Mick Vinter.

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