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Harry Kewell has admitted that he would like one or two more recruits to bolster the Notts County squad although he stresses he is "happy" with his current crop.
The Magpies did the bulk of their transfer business early in the summer with numerous high-profile players arriving at Meadow Lane.
However, the Notts back line has been woefully exposed time and time again this season, the outcome of which is no wins and a spot at the bottom of the League Two table.
With the permanent and loan windows shut, Notts can only sign free transfers at present, with Elliott Ward arriving this month.
“We would like one or two more people in,” Kewell told the Nottingham Post. “But I am happy with with the squad.
"Look, you can’t keep making simple mistakes.
“We’ve got to be smart, but the ultimate thing is we controlled the game at Exeter and then gave a silly goal away.
“We have to make teams work hard for goals.”
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Pride of Nottingham takes a look at what has happened in League Two in the last few days.
- Harry Kewell started life as Notts County manager in League Two with a 5-1 defeat to Exeter City on Saturday, the Australian also being sent to the stands during the defeat.
- Tranmere Rovers striker James Norwood picked up Player of the Month having netted 5 times in as many games in August.
- Lincoln City manager Danny Cowley picked up Manager of the Month for August following Lincoln City's impressive start to the season with the Imps top of League two.
- Newport County continued their impressive start to the season jumping to second following a 1-0 win over Oldham Athletic.
- Crawley Town began life after Kewell with a 1-0 win over top of the table Lincoln City with new manager Gabriele Cioffi enjoying his first taste of English football.
- Cheltenham Town have announced Burnley Under-23 coach Michael Duff as successor to Gary Johnson.
- Kewell says County are still hoping to recruit bring more players with Karl Henry and Anton Ferdinand being linked as free agents.
- Crawley confirm that Nathan Rooney and Jimmy Smith will join the club's coaching team.
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Harry Kewell has moved to reassure Notts County's fans that the team is "going to improve" for sure but he nonetheless called for patience.
The Magpies were beaten 5-1 by Exeter City at the weekend, with the Australian sent to the stands in his first league game in charge since succeeding Kevin Nolan as manager.
Kewell thanked the 278 supporters who had made the long trip to Devon and promised brighter days ahead with the team currently in transition.
"I want to thank them for coming because Exeter is not just around the corner," Kewell told the Nottingham Post.
"I love it when you have a good away following and I’m just disappointed that we didn’t put on a better performance for them.
"I want to reassure the fans that we are going to improve. The style of play and fitness levels needed are in transition so we need them to be patient."
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Notts County went into the new League Two campaign as one of the pre-season promotion favourites following on from last season which saw the Magpies reach the playoffs defying all expections. There was a real hope last season with Notts riding high up the table, many tipping and even expecting them to go up automatically, but the form after Christmas left fans wondering if they would even make the playoffs, which they did only to beaten by eventual winners Coventry City.
But 7 League games in to the new season, Notts are still yet to win a single game. They have now gone 9 games in all competitions without a win. Losing on penalties to Middlesbrough following a 3-3 draw after 90 mins in the EFL Cup. Losing 2-1 to Grimsby Town in the EFL Trophy despite showing a dominant first half display under new manager Harry Kewell. 
Notts invested heavily during the summer on recruits which was needed to boost the team to push on and get one step further than last season and achieve promotion.
Kristian Dennis, Kane Hemmings and Enzio Boldewijn came in and fans were ecstatic about these signings as they have proven what they are capable of in League Two. David Vaughan and Andy Kellett were bought in for a bit of experience. Will Patching and Tom Crawford also arrived to bring some youth to the team. Christian Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ben Hall returned on loan, Nathan Thomas were also new additions to the squad to add depth.
Following on from poor defensive displays that cost Notts leads and points, Elliott Ward was drafted in to add a bit of stability to a frail defence. Rob Milsom also returned alongside Harry Kewell when he was announced as manager from Crawley Town.
Notts haven't won a competitive fixture since the 21st of April 2018 when they beat Yeovil Town convincingly 4-1 at Meadow Lane. This season, from a defensive point of view, they have been shambolic, having conceded 21 goals in their first 7 league games, an average of 3 goals conceded per game. The last time Notts conceded 20+ goals after 7 games was all the way back in 1888-89 when they conceded 23. 
Fans have shown their frustrations in the club and players this season following on from poor displays. Many speculate that there is something going on behind the scenes that we aren't aware of that is affecting the team.
During the summer, Shola Ameobi & Alan Smith left the club. Which begs the question, did they have some influence on & off the pitch? They have both got Premier League experience and we often seen them animated on and off the pitch last season.
Nolan, Kewell and fans have also pointed out that the players don't seem to have enough energy to go the full 90 as they look like burning out after 60 minutes. Mike Edwards was Strength and Conditioning coach but departed from his role this summer, could this be a reason or is that just a coincidence?
There is clearly something not quite right at this club, whatever it is it needs addressing and it needs addressing fast. The status of 'The World's Oldest Football League Club' hangs in the balance, it might be early doors yet but things need to start improving fast!
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Harry Kewell has criticised the performance of referee Neil Hair following his disastrous first league game in charge of Notts County.
The Australian was banished to the stands as the Magpies went 4-1 down at Exeter City for arguing whether his side should have been awarded a penalty.
Nonetheless, Kewell had no complaints as Notts were eventually beaten 5-1 at St James' Park.
"We went in at 2-1 and it was game on," Kewell told Sky Sports.
"I was confident we were going to get something out of the game. But another set-piece and a mistake and we are 3-1 down. That is when the anger kicked in.
"I questioned the handball and you have to change a few other things because we are chasing the game. The eagle-eyed referee sees another handball, gives it to them and they miss it so we are still in it.
"Then there was a cross in the box and it was one of those 'does it hit his hand, or does it not?'. The referee says no, we are complaining, they go up the other end and score a goal.
"That was disappointing and that is when I get my marching orders. I said 'well done' to the referee; I said you can see one in the far corner but not one straight in front of you.
"Everyone wants to win, I am a winner. We had to try things and we had to be vulnerable at the back to get players in the box."
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With the exception of Colchester United, every team that Notts County have played so far in League Two have plundered at least three goals, and today's game against Exeter City saw the largest total shipped by a Magpies side very quickly establishing a reputation for itself as a punching bag in a 5-1 defeat at St James' Park.
No doubts about it, this Notts side is a farce. From a full-back one missed penalty away from a hat-trick to manager Harry Kewell sent to the stands in his first league game for his new club, a team that had already suffered plenty of humiliations this season has plumbed new depths, and the way things are going now, relegation is a certainty unless a coach whose appointment has been met in the same manner as that of Jamie Fullarton can somehow work enough magic to turn this shower into something resembling a professional football team.
In all fairness, County had started well enough in Devon, with Nathan Thomas going close and Kristian Dennis being denied by Christy Pym from range, but as has been the case oh so many times this season, the defence was sliced apart like butter as the Grecians quickly established a two-goal lead, Pierce Sweeney heading home from a corner - another set piece concession - and Thomas caught out in possession to allow Hiram Boateng to set up Jayden Stockley for an easy drive.
There was a sliver of hope with half time on the horizon as Enzio Boldewijn cut inside and curled home a great effort from outside the box, a goal which frankly came out of nowhere but which definitely set up a good springboard for Kewell's boys to mount a second-half comeback.
Did this happen? Did it [redacted].
Christian Oxlade-Chamberlain handled the ball in the box while challenging for it, an act so foolish that his own teammates wondered what he was doing, and Sweeney fired an effort into the bottom right-hand corner, despite Ross Fitzsimons diving the right way.
Not long after, Boldewijn was found guilty of the same mistake and Sweeney, a right-back, was then in with a chance of securing a hat-trick, but to save County's already-plentiful blushes, he hammered wide.
Not that Notts have had any trouble embarrassing themselves this season, not even any need for other teams to do it. The defence practically gave Nicky Law free rein to make his way into the final third before the Exeter man crossed for Stockley to slam past Fitzsimons from six yards out.
Just for good measure, Kewell's protestations led to him being dismissed from the dugout and sent to the stands, with BBC Nottingham commentator and Maggies legend Mark Stallard conceding that the Australian would have been better off sitting somewhere facing away from the pitch.
With injury time coming up, Exeter added a fifth just to really add the mud-encrusted boot to the face of the beaten Magpies, Aaron Martin heading another easy goal from close range to leave Notts foot of the table on one measly point.
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Exeter City otherwise known as The Grecians were founded in 1901 as St Sidwell’s United and then renamed to Exeter City in 1904.
The club is owned by the fans who take part in the Exeter City Supporters Trust and play their home games St James Park which holds 8,451.
They currently occupy 9th position in Sky Bet League Two with the Grecians keen to kick on from last season securing a play-off final place for 2 years in a row under their old manager Paul Tisdale.
Exeter’s first meeting with Notts County ended in a 3-3 draw in 1930. Since then The Grecians and The Magpies have met a total of 46 times in their club’s history.
Notts have managed 18 wins while only losing 9 against Exeter with 19 of these games being all square at the full-time whistle.
Exeter managed a 4th place finish last year in League Two losing out to Coventry City in the play off final. Jayden Stockley was their top goal scorer with 25 goals in all competitions.
Exeter have had recent transfer success in the recent years being known to sell their own home-grown talent to big teams such as Chelsea and Brentford. Ethan Ampadu and Ollie Watkins left last year in the summer to better their careers while Exeter profited massively from this. Watkins reported fee was in the region of 1.75 million pounds while Ampadu’s fee was to be agreed via a tribunal.
Exeter return to St James Park to face The Magpies after losing 0-3 to Lincoln City. Their recent league form consists of 2 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses in the last 5 games in the league campaign. Matt Taylor's men will be looking to capitalize on Notts County’s poor form and secure another 3 points against the troubled Magpies.
Odds for the game: Exeter 13/10    Draw 9/4    Notts County 2/1
Promotion: Exeter 4/1    Notts County 9/2
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Harry Kewell has outlined the need for Notts County to be smarter in possession if they are to stop their current rot.
The Magpies are currently at the bottom of League Two, having claimed just one point on the opening day of the season.
Kewell, who has recently replaced Kevin Nolan as manager, has taken charge of one game so far, the 2-1 loss to Grimsby Town in the EFL Trophy.
The former Crawley Town boss was pleased with what he saw in the first half of the game but felt his players should have been more savvy when it came to performing with the ball.
“It’s down to the individual and you can only lead a horse to water,” he told the Nottingham Post. “It’s as simple as that. Again, these players have had a little taste as to what is capable.
“People think it’s harder running, but it’s actually with the ball. If you keep it and be smart with it, then it takes the pressure off.
“There were some instances in the second half that we just weren’t clever enough to shift it and pass it. We then invited pressure, but it’s a learning curve for us.”
Fans have commented numerous times on the need to strengthen the team's back line given how many goals have been shipped in recent weeks.
Kewell says that, while their eyes remain open to new signings, he wants to give the current batch the "benefit of the doubt".
“We are looking at all options,” he said.
“There could be a few new faces coming so it could be exciting times. But we are in no rush and you have to give these boys a chance.
“They have played a certain way, now a new manager has come in and has asked for something different. So give them the benefit of the doubt and let them try to impress.”
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Jonathan Forte enjoyed four different spells at Notts County - three on loan and one permanent.
No Magpies fan can doubt his commitment to the cause at Meadow Lane, and many were bemused to see him on the fringes of Kevin Nolan's team for much of last season.
Now at Exeter City, Forte's new team will be facing Notts, who are having a real bad time at the minute and head to St James' Park tomorrow in hope of getting their first win of the season, or at least their second point of the campaign.
Speaking to Stuart James of Devon Live, the 32-year-old - not expected to feature due to a hamstring injury - gave his thoughts on taking on his former employers, whether he was under-used at the San Sirrel last term, and their current woes at the foot of the table.
 Jon, it’s Notts County on Saturday. A game I’d imagine you are looking forward to given it is against your former employers?
Yeah. Obviously I was there for two years - and in previous years before as well – but to be honest, it is just another game. We will try and get the three points and move on from there.
Speaking to a County-supporting friend of mine, he felt that you were largely under-used last year and had you played a bit more, they could have made that extra step and got promotion.
Yeah, I would say so myself as well! Yeah… the manager at the time had his views and it wasn’t to be, so we move on.
He has left now and the club are under new management. What are you expecting from a Harry Kewell Notts County?
Well, when a new manager comes in, the players tend to get an extra boost, if you know what I mean. It is going to be the same on Saturday.
Obviously he gets it down and passes the ball, I think that will probably suit their fans a bit more.
But he has done well at Crawley and it will be a tough game.
It sounds like they have gone for a manager that plays a completely different style to Kevin Nolan.
Absolutely. Like I said, I’ve seen a contrast and it is completely different, but it will be a difficult game, whatever.
You would have played with a few of the players last season, which ones would you say are their dangers?
The majority of the players that I was with have done very well, so I can’t really name names. But there’s Elliot Hewitt and Jon Stead, my old (strike) partner!
But like I said, they are a good team, Rob Milsom (is another player there) and it is a good team. But they have a different manager and it will be a tough game.
Final thoughts
[Notts] are not doing so great, and I think it is a false position they are in at the moment as they have some really good players.
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samwatto2008
Fan Introduction
Name: Rodney Boulton
Age: 45
How long have you supported Exeter? I have supported Exeter for 27 years.
Are you a season ticket holder? Yes, I am a season ticket holder.
Favorite Player: Jayden Stockley

How do you think Exeter have done so far this season in terms of form and expectations for the season?
Considering the managerial change, from Tisdale to Taylor we’ve made a good start despite recent results.
Which player left in the summer who you think could have been needed this season?
Jordan Storey but the money was too good to turn down.
Who has been your star player this season so far?
Jonathan Forte but he’s been a big miss for the last couple of games due to him being injured.
Who is the biggest threat when going forward and why?
I would say Forte again. He’s got great pace and is good support for Stockley.
Does the style of football championed by Matt Taylor bode well with the fans?
Matt Taylor wants to promote a more attacking style of play and we do have the players to execute this new philosophy here at Exeter.
As an opposition fan, which player are you most worried about facing from Notts County?
Jon Stead will be the biggest threat in my opinion due to his height, strength and experience.
Finally, what will be your score prediction for this game along with the goal scorers?
It’ll be a close game but I'll go for a 2-1 home win for Exeter with Stockley and Forte providing he is fit to be the goal scorers.
Final comments from Sam
I am proud to announce that the Opposition View will be a returning feature that me and Chris will be taking on the responsibility.
Me and Chris would also like to thank Rodney for his time to answer a few of our questions for the members of Pride of Nottingham to read and interact with.
Finally, Sam’s score prediction is 2-2 with Stead and Hemmings being the scorers for Notts and Chris’s score prediction is 1-1 with Kristian Dennis to score for the Magpies.
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Notts County travel down to pre-season promotion favourites Exeter City at the weekend.
In this game, Harry Kewell will take charge of the Magpies his first League Two game since being appointed manager at the end of August succeeding Kevin Nolan.
Kewell's very first game holding the Notts reins was the 2-1 EFL Trophy defeat at Grimsby on Tuesday night which left the club still looking for a first win of the season.
Notts currently sit rock bottom of the Football League, while the Grecians sit 9th in the table.
St James' Park is currently undergoing ground improvements with Notts fans receiving a maximum ticket allocation of 378 and will be seated in covered seats in the Main Stand.
There will be no away tickets available on matchday meaning that tickets must be purchased beforehand.
Those that wish to buy a ticket can do so by ordering them online on Notts County's official website or call the Notts County ticket office.
Season ticket holders and Lifeline members are given a priority for tickets for this game. 
Prices are as follows;
Adult: £22
65 and Over: £19
NUS Student: £19
Under 18s: £9.50
Notts are also offering official away day travel which will depart from Meadow Lane at 9am on Saturday morning.
Prices for this travel is as follows;
General Adult/Senior: £29
General Under 18: £16
Season Ticket Holders: £28
Under 18s Season Ticket Holders: £15
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Paul Hart has returned to Notts County by being appointed as the club's new technical director.
The former Magpies academy manager and caretaker boss will form part of a new football structure at Meadow Lane which announced Harry Kewell as their new manager last Friday.
Last season, Hart enjoyed promotion from League Two in his role of assistant manager to Nathan Jones at Luton Town.
“Paul is a superb addition for us,” Alan Hardy told the official website. “Not only is he one of the most respected men in the game, he also knows Harry very well.
“His remit will be a broad one to match his tremendous knowledge, experience and breadth of contacts.
“He will be on hand to mentor and support Harry, while also being responsible for setting the club’s overall footballing philosophy with a keen emphasis on our development and academy set-ups.
“I have every confidence that he and Harry will oversee an upturn in our immediate fortunes and build a footballing infrastructure which will help us achieve our long-term ambitions.”
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Harry Kewell has warned Notts County's players that anyone who shirks hard work will be out of the starting XI right away as he bids to mould the team into one that wins "however that may be".
The former Liverpool, Leeds United and Australia winger was appointed last week as Kevin Nolan's replacement, the latter dismissed with the Magpies at the foot of League Two.
“I want to win, however that may be," Kewell told the official Notts site.
"We’ll have a plan and a structure but that can go out the window within five minutes, so it may come down to digging in and working hard to pick up second balls.
“There will be a formula for when we have the opportunity, though, and the players will be prepared for that style of play.
“From day one I want to improve the effort from the players because that’s something I’m a big believer in.
“Hard work beats talent if talent doesn’t want to work. You can go through the worst patches in football where you can’t pass, your crossing is poor and your shooting is off target but it doesn’t stop you from working hard, pressing and closing down.
“When you do that the ball may drop and then you can start to play simple passes and you get your confidence back that way – it’s all going to come down to hard work. If you don’t want to work then you will find yourself on the bench or in the stands.”
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Notts County owner Alan Hardy has admitted that he would not have bought the club were he able to turn back time and also described himself as "not the ideal football chairman".
Hardy enjoyed a superb 18 months from when he took over at Meadow Lane in January 2017 to the end of last season, helping the Magpies survive relegation against all odds in 2016-17 before sealing a playoff finish the following term.
However, things have not gone to plan this season, with the Notts team putting in some frankly risible performances in League Two to drop right to the foot of the table, a fall from grace which spelt the end of Kevin Nolan's reign at the club.
Hardy admitted during a press conference on Monday that he has made plenty of mistakes during his reign and confessed that his introduction to the football industry has shattered the romanticism often associated with the sport.
“If I could rewind the clock back 18 months, I would not have bought the club,” he is quoted by the Nottingham Post as saying.
“I think football is a bubble and this was described brilliantly to me by Gary Brazil (Nottingham Forest coach) a couple of years ago. When you are inside that bubble, you very rarely see anything outside of it.
“Gary said that people need to step out of it and see the real world and they don’t. People who are more removed from it see this beautiful industry that’s immense fun and excitement.
“It’s not. It’s selfish, it’s cutthroat, and incredibly demanding. It’s emotionally challenging and pulls at your own personal values. You end up behaving in a way aligned to the industry, and not aligned to you.
“It’s surprised me how ruthless it is. It challenges you in lots of ways you wouldn’t expect.”
Hardy also stated that, while he has received messages praising the work he has done so far with the club surviving relegation then reaching the playoffs last term, it remains of little significance.
“It’s nice, but it doesn’t resonate with me,” he said. “That’s because I am not the ideal football chairman. I am too up and too down.
“You talk to somebody like Peter Ridsdale for example, he is incredibly straight down the middle. He doesn’t get carried away when the team loses, and he doesn’t get carried away when they win. He handles change very well.”
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We at Pride of Nottingham are delighted to announce the winner of our Draw PON Magpie competition.
The winner is 7-year-old Caitlyn Marie Elston who's mother Claire Knight submitted the winning artwork to our Facebook page.
Well done to the winner and thank you to every junior magpie who took part by sending in your images of PON Magpie, the Pride of Nottingham mascot.
We will be in contact with the winners parent shortly, who will have the opportunity to claim a Notts County pennant or equivalent valued prize from the club shop. 
When asked about the competition, Pride of Nottingham Webmaster Chris Buckley said "When discussing potential competitions, the PON team felt it was only right to focus on something junior magpies could take part in. We left the age range open to anyone 16 years old and under."
We're really impressed by the quality of artwork that was submitted to us, it would have been nice to of seen a few more entries but overall the standard of artwork has been good to see.
There's still chance for more artwork to be sent in outside of the competition, artwork will be added to the gallery in the next couple of days on the Pride of Nottingham website.
If you would like your childs artwork to be put in our PON Magpie gallery please send it to media@prideofnottingham.co.uk.

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