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Meet the Fans: Notts County 1-2 Exeter City, Saturday 20 January 2018


Joe Jones

Notts County's superb unbeaten league home run has come to an end as Exeter City ran out 2-1 winners in Saturday's encounter at Meadow Lane.

The high-flying Grecians, who are in the promotion mix, took the lead after just seven minutes through Jake Taylor.

Jayden Stockley then doubled the visitors' lead just before half time as the Magpies struggled to click with several new players in the XI and in the absence of Matt Tootle and Richard Duffy.

Jon Stead pulled a goal back for the hosts with a second-half penalty, won after Shola Ameobi was hauled down in the box, but sadly Notts could not go on to find an equaliser.

Pride of Nottingham was at the game and interviewed a number of County fans prior to kickoff.

Questions asked include how Alan Hardy and Kevin Nolan have done in their first 12 months, whether Matty Virtue will be a good replacement for Ryan Yates and whether they are happy with the transfer business conducted so far.

Check out what the Black and White Army had to say in our latest episode of Meet the Fans!

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