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Notts County youngster Tyreace Palmer has signed his first professional contract with the club after signing for the academy 11-years-ago.
The 18-year-old striker has featured as part of the Notts youth team that went on to win the EFL Youth Alliance league in 2020/2021 and made his professional debut last season against Havant & Waterlooville in the FA Trophy.
Head Coach Ian Burchnall, believes that Palmer should be a part of his side after scooping the Youth Team Player of the Year, having put in good performances and a strong goalscoring record.
Via the official website he said: "Tyreace has been at the football club for a long time now.
"We’re pleased to give him the platform to express himself. while he’s also got a lot of development to come, I think he’s got potential as a goal scorer and being around our squad on a daily basis is only going to help him."
The magpies offered Palmer a professional deal back on the 14th of May 2021, and yesterday the club announced that the young prospect had signed.
Speaking on his new deal, Tyreace Palmer said: "I'm over the moon, its something I've been dreaming for since I've been at the club over 10 years, so I'm really pleased to get it over the line.
"I've been here since I was 6 or 7 years old, i signed that young and ever since I have just progressed through the age groups and I've just managed to get my contract every year." he added.
"I've been top goal scorer most years, for the under 18's two years in a row. I enjoy it, I love scoring, not a better feeling than scoring. The first week I came in, I was finding it a bit tough to get into the tempo and the physicality but from that I've really got to grips with it and I've really been impressed with how I've been progressed with training. 
"Before my injury I was doing really well but I will have to come back stronger in the next season. I've got a micro fracture in my knee, I've been on crutches for 4 weeks. I've got rehab to do when I come back on the 12th and hopefully I won't be too long till I'm back playing.
"I'm hoping to go out on loan and get some men's football, get experience and hopefully do well out there, come back and be fighting for the bench or starting 11 if I can."
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Notts County has confirmed that Tiernan Brooks and Tyreace Palmer have agreed new deals.
Brooks has already spent a season as a professional with the magpies, having signed his first professional contract ahead the 2019/2020 campaign.
However, Palmer has reached a milestone moment after securing his first professional deal.
Via the official Notts County site, Head coach Ian Burchnall said: “While he’s still got a lot of work to do, 
"Tiernan’s a very good goalkeeper who’s shown progression, hunger and a good attitude month-on-month. He’ll take a lot from people like Sam Slocombe and Jake Kean and hopefully we’ll continue to see him progressing this season.
“Tyreace has been at the football club for a long time now
"We’re pleased to give him the platform to express himself. While he’s also got a lot of development to come, I think he’s got potential as a goal scorer and being around our squad on a daily basis is only going to help him."
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Notts County ace Cal Roberts has discussed his return to football after being sidelined during last season.
The North Shields born winger, who progressed through the Newcastle United academy has become a popular figure within the magpies ranks after leaving Blyth Spartans in January 2020.
After returning from injury against Hartlepool United as a substitute, Roberts only lasted a few minutes before limping off. However, the midfielder has spent his time out wisely focusing on regaining strength after having an operation.
Speaking on the official clubs' website, Head of Medical Services Marco Ferreira said: "That was the main goal and it was the decision after Hartlepool to take Cal off to prepare for the play-offs and the new season.
"We started again from 0 building confidence and building strength, and he's back on grass so its one step closer. We will build him to where he can join the lads in pre-season."
The 24-year-old vowed to come back stronger, after suffering on and off with injuries during the 2020/2021 National League season.
Speaking about his return to training Cal Roberts said: "You never lose it, although you lose fitness. Yeah, it's nice to get back out but yeah like you said, I'm blown but yeah it's nice to get my legs back going again, hopefully be alright for pre-season.
"It's obviously nice to have a bit of time back at home but I think with the season I've had I'd rather be in and get fit and it's been a really tough year. 
"I've learnt a lot about myself and I've learnt a lot about my body. Over the past 8, 9 10 months, whatever it's been sometimes I've probably pushed myself a little bit too hard when i probably should've taken a step back. So this time we'll do things when I'm ready and confident to do the next step." he added.
"We've seen the best people possible and had one of the best surgeries around, so I'm confident its worked and through the exercise that i used to get pain on, I'm not getting the pain any more.
"Obviously i wouldn't know till i start striking a ball which will probably be in the next couple of weeks."
It is unclear if Roberts will feature in any of the pre-season fixtures, as Notts County Head Coach Ian Burchnall might choose to ease him into action within the league campaign.
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Notts County defender Adam Chicksen has agreed a new contract believed to be a-year-deal.
Chicksen found himself as part of Ian Burchnall's three-man defence, where he earned praise from the magpie fans' for his display leading into the play-offs and against Chesterfield.
The 29-year-old has put pen to paper after his previous deal expired and it is thought that the defender will be part of the head coaches plans leading into the 2021/2022 National League season.
Via the official site, Ian Burchnall said "Adam played a huge role in our strong run into the play-offs and brings invaluable versatility to the squad, As we’ve seen, he’s comfortable in the left of a back three.
"He can also play as a full back and wing back. He has the footballing intelligence to adapt to different systems."
Chicksen's extension will see him fall alongside Kyle Cameron who joined earlier last week from Torquay United, Connell Rawlinson and Alex Lacey - who will all contend for the 3 defensive spaces in Ian Burchnall's team.
Adam Chicksen said about his new deal at Meadow Lane: "I'm delighted, probably my smile tells a lot. 
"Yeah obviously the back end of the season was so enjoyable, it was so easy for me to want to stay and really happy that the club wanted me to stay and that my performances are merited a contract." he added 
"Really happy that it paid off and really happy to get it done and to get my head down and start putting in more performances.
"Probably more belief in myself and more standards for myself"
Before going on to say: "Just having everything put on myself and asking questions of myself, it all fell on myself, 
"I put it all to falling back on my shoulders, my standards of what i needed to do to get everyone else out of the equation. I started asking myself am i giving everything daily, in training, in games and once i started doing that it seemed to come round full circle."
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After a long season, and crashing out of the play-offs in dramatic style, the magpies now look to rebuild for the upcoming 2021/22 Season. 
It was made official by Notts County earlier this week that they would keep popular midfielder Michael Doyle. 
However, he would now be the head coach to assist Ian Burchnall for the important season ahead. 
The Irishman, who is also registered as a player, landed the role at the back end of last season after the dismissal of Maurice Ross. 
He finds himself in a positive place to take Notts County forward alongside Burchnall. 
The Magpies then confirmed a new two-year deal for shot-stopper Sam Slocombe. 
This is really good news for Notts as their number 1 had offers coming from higher up the footballing pyramid, with strong sources linking him to former assistant manager Neil Cox's strong Scunthorpe side. 
The shot-stopper faced 120 shots last year in the National League, saving 85 of them and with a kicking accuracy of 90 percent. 
You can tell he will be a massive backbone for the Magpies as they push for promotion back into the Football League.
Sam Slocombe is well known for his honesty towards Notts County. 
In his interview, after the news was broken towards the chuffed Notts fans, he said “When I came to Notts County, the project was to get us back to the Football League. 
"This hasn’t happened yet so I’m grateful to the fans and to the owner, alongside the management team, for letting me carry on this project.” 
These comments were music to the Notts fans' ears as many thought he had played his final game in a black and white shirt.  
And then came another huge boost as fan favourite and hugely important Connell Rawlinson also put pen to paper on a new two-year deal for the Magpies. 
A real warrior who puts his head in front of anything that comes his way, Rawlinson extended his stay at Meadow Lane as he wants to take the mighty Magpies back to League Two. 
“To play for Notts County, for what will hopefully be four years of my career, will be an honour for me," he said.
Rawlinson, who is well known for wearing his heart on his sleeve, plays on the right in a three at the back under Ian Burchnall. 
The Notts boss has revealed that Rawlinson will more than likely play in the centre of a back three and be part of the spine of the team.
It is with huge significance that Notts got his signature as he is the sort of player that is needed in the National League.
The fact that the Magpies have kept hold of such a top player has reignited hope in the Notts fans.
Indeed, over a thousand season tickets have been sold within the first 24 hours of being on sale.
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Notts County has confirmed their first summer signing as former Torquay United centre-back Kyle Cameron.
The 24-year-old Northumberland born defender, gained first-team experience with a string on loans at York City, Newport County and Queens of the South amongst others and had become a key figure in the Torquay's defence.
Having featured heavily in their bid to finish within the National league play-offs, he arrives at Meadow Lane on a two-year-deal.
Speaking to on the official clubs' website, he said: "Good, happy to get it all sorted and over with nice and quickly.
"So I can focus and get myself ready to start the season. I liked playing there as a boy and I came out a man, I learnt a lot there at Torquay from the lads and the management team and obviously its managed to get me this move so it's been good." He added.
"I had a few options in the Football League but for what I'm wanting as a player, I'm wanting to develop and get better individually. The facilities and the management team really stood out a lot at Notts and it worked for me best here."
Meanwhile, magpies head coach Ian Burchnall described the signing as a 'real coup' for the club and was delighted that he had secured the club’s first summer signing.
"I strongly believe Kyle can go levels up from here and feel this is a big coup for the club," said the head coach.
"He actually played on the left wing against us in the play-offs, and we were impressed with his ability on the ball. We think he’ll be really comfortable stepping out of defence and, combined with his excellent aerial and defensive capabilities, we’ve got ourselves a top centre-back who suits us perfectly.
"He’s left-footed, too, which adds more balance to our back line, and he’s got fantastic leadership qualities as demonstrated by him filling in as captain at Torquay on numerous occasions."
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Notts County has confirmed that Welsh defender, Connell Rawlinson has signed a brand new two-year-deal.
The 29-year-old centre back has become an important part of the heart of the magpies' defence in the last two campaigns at Meadow Lane.
Rawlinson joined the club two summers ago after leaving Port Vale and has become a popular player amongst the supporters'.
Speaking on the clubs official site, Connell Rawlinson said: "Yeah, I'm really happy obviously. I really wanted to stay, over the last couple of years I've really got to know the club well.
"Towards the end of the second year you start to become like a fan, as well as how you see the fans and how passionate they're for the club. You know to play for a club like Notts County, I feel very privileged to have the opportunity to play here like.
"It's a great club, with a great history and the fanbase is brilliant. It's one of the main reasons why I wanted to stay."
Notts County's head coach Ian Burchnall said: "I'm really pleased, Connell's been a big part of our defensive unit for a while now.
"We’ve used him on the right of a back three a lot but I think he can stake his claim in the middle because he’s commanding in the air and a committed defender. 
"He’s comfortable on the ball, too, so he can play a variety of roles at the back. He’s another player that wants to show commitment to the club by staying and helping us get out of this division."
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Notts County has confirmed that goalkeeper Sam Slocombe has agreed a brand new two-year deal.
The 33-year-old signed for the club two summer seasons back adhering to a spell at Bristol Rovers.
Having actually become part of two play-off campaigns with Notts given that their transfer to the National League, the one-time Scunthorpe United guy has actually committed his long-term future to the club as they bid to go back to the English Football League.
Sam Slocombe said via the official site: "Yeah good to get it over the line. I think there's a few major factors why I wanted to stay, one was pretty much I came here a couple of years ago to help get the club back up in the Football League and that's obviously not happened yet.
"Its something that I'm really wanting to help this club do, the other, the fans have been brilliant, especially the last couple of games when they've been able to be back and in the first season, they're fantastic to play for and I think they kind of trust that the owners have put in the players and the management staff during the time that I've been here.
"They've both been fantastic, I think the way he wants to play football and going forward its going to be a good environment be in.
"I'm looking forward to seeing what recruitment we do. I think that's going to be a real big thing but yeah, I want to stay here and hopefully get us back into the football league and that's a project that I started a couple of years ago and I want to keep doing until we get it done."
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Jake Reeves has agreed a deal to join League Two Stevenage.
The 28-year-old midfielder, has featured heavily for Notts County in National League and has made more than 200 English Football League appearances
He made 43 appearances last season as the Magpies reached the National League play-offs, however, Reeves has activated a clause in his contract which sees him link up Alex Revell.
Jake Reeves said via the Stevenage official site: "Having just played a year in the National League, it is nice to be back in the Football League with Stevenage.
"I am looking forward to playing at The Lamex as a home player, because playing here away from home was always a tough gig. I know this ground quite well I have met with the gaffer a couple of times now, and ever since talking to him and learning how he wants to play and what he wants to achieve, it was a no-brainer for me".
This leaves Notts County requiring to further strengthen up their midfield, after Michael Doyle has taken the assistant head coach role on a permanent basis and is expected to only feature sporadically for the magpies next season.
Notts County Head coach told the Nottingham Post: "While we are of course very disappointed to be losing Jake, no one deserves this opportunity more than him.
"He had a very difficult time at Bradford after joining them when they were flying high in League One and has given his absolute all for Notts County over the course of this season. We always suspected Jake would have ambitions of returning to the EFL as soon as possible, and we have been planning for this eventuality for some time.
adding "While he will of course be difficult to replace, we have been assessing several players who we feel could step into his shoes and have identified a number of exciting prospects. These things take time, but we’re confident we’ll go into next season with a balanced and strong midfield."
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Chris
It's better late than never they say, but in truth this has been long due after the Pride of Nottingham community voted on our annual awards for this past season.
On the 7th June, voting opened up on the PON forum and across social media - including our popular Facebook group.
Hundreds of fans took part, casting their vote for the players who deserved recognition after another season in the National League, where the magpies' had secured a playoff place. 
Pride of Nottingham's Member of the Year:
@DangerousSausage claimed the 2020/2021 Member of the Year award, after slightly pipping @Piethagoram to the honours.
Writing in the PON forum, he wrote "Thank you! I aim to educate and entertain. I'm touched. Here you go, have an award back."
It's been a roller-coaster season, one of which the Pride of Nottingham has taken leaps and bounds after such a demanding campaign. We thank every member for playing their part, providing insights and thoughts into Notts County and we hope for another successful year for 2021/2022.
Next up! Game of the Season:
Chesterfield vs. Notts County clinched the Game of the Season, as the most popular choice by far - the goal-thriller and late dramatic win will be remembered for many seasons to come! Here're the highlights of the game.
Signing of the Season:
Mark Ellis stormed past Ruben Rodrigues who was a popular option in the category, however, Ellis stole the show after his impressive loan spell at Meadow Lane.
Next up! Goal of the Season:
Elisha Sam's outstanding back-heel finish took the Pride of Nottingham's Goal of the Season. Such a cheeky, special effort would always be difficult to beat.
And finally, the Pride of Nottingham's Player of the Season:
Who else, other than the feely scoring centre-back? Mark Ellis truly stole the show beating a vast popular options such as Kyle Wootton who played a crucial role propelling Notts to several wins - just like Ellis did upon his arrival.
Once again, thank you to everyone who took part in the Pride of Nottingham awards.
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Notts County have confirmed their 2021/2022 pre-season friendlies ahead of the National League campaign.
Wayne Rooney's Championship side Derby County will visit Meadow Lane on the 1st of August 2021, with the Magpies' also playing hosts to York City the following week.
Tickets are expected to be made available for all the pre-season friendlies closer to each fixture.
Full pre-season schedule:
Coalville Town (A) - Saturday 17th July, 3pm KO.
AFC Telford United (A) - Saturday 24th July, 3pm KO.
Boston United (A) - Tuesday 27th July, 7:45pm KO.
Derby County (H) - Sunday 1st August, 1pm KO.
York City (H) - Saturday 7th August, 3pm KO.
Tamworth (A) - Tuesday 10th August, 7:30pm KO.
Solihull Moors (A) - Saturday 14th August, 3pm KO.
Notts has also mentioned that the scheduled game against Solihull Moors could potentially be cancelled, if the club is drawn to play them in any of the opening 8 games of the National League season.
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Notts County has announced their 2020/2021 campaign retained list.
8 players continue to be under contract heading into the brand-new season, while several participants of the team have been offered the possibility to extend their stay at Meadow Lane.
Michael Doyle has actually been offered the option to remain at the club after being offered the assistant head trainer on a long-term basis, although if he does remain it will be as a registered player also.
6 players have got released, consisting of long-serving squad member Enzio Boldewijn, will unfortunately be leaving the magpies, while 5 loan spells have actually expired and have returned to their parent clubs.
Released
Luke Pilling
Luke Steele
Ben Turner
Damien McCrory
Jordan Barnett
Enzio Boldewijn
Loan players returning to clubs
Mark Ellis
Calvin Miller
Regan Griffiths
Matty Wolfe
Jimmy Knowles
Offered assistant head coach role
Michael Doyle
Under contract
Alex Lacey
Richard Brindley
Jake Reeves
Callum Roberts
Ruben Rodrigues
Lewis Knight
Elisha Sam
Kyle Wootton
Offered new contract
Sam Slocombe
Tiernan Brooks
Connell Rawlinson
Adam Chicksen
Dion Kelly-Evans
Jim O’Brien
In a statement released by the Notts County board of directors on the official website, it read:"We would like to place on record our sincere gratitude to all departing players for their efforts throughout their time at the club.
"Enzio in particular has provided many special memories, including several wonderful goals, and we’re sure he will always be held in the highest regard by our supporters.
"As fans will see, we are making every effort to retain a strong core of the squad which we feel performed exceptionally well towards the end of last season.
"We believe an element of stability will be key to building on our excellent recent form, while we will of course be looking to make several strong new additions to the squad. We are hopeful that this will include the retention of one of this season’s loan players.
"Our recruitment team have been working closely with head coach Ian Burchnall since his arrival to identify players we believe can help us realise our goal of returning to the EFL as soon as possible, and we look forward to welcoming fresh talent to the squad in the coming weeks."
Magpies' head coach, Ian Burchnall will be providing his insight into the future of the squad and discussing the retained list tomorrow at the club.
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Notts County head coach Ian Burchnall has urged his side to refocus for upcoming game against Torquay in the magpies' bid to regain their place in the English Football League.
The Magpies take a trip to Torquay on Saturday in the 2nd stage of the National League play-offs.
It follows a dramatic late 3-2 sway over Chesterfield at Meadow Lane.
Speaking to BBC Radio Nottingham, Burchnall said: "They are a very good team, they nearly won the league, but finished second - they ran it really close
"We know they've got a lot of quality. We really have to focus now, we have to bring ourselves down and refocus on the next game."
The magpies' are now one game away from another trip to the National League Playoff finals at Ashton Gate after Mark Ellis racked up a last-minute goal to provide victory over Chesterfield in a game which saw them three times score after going behind twice in the match.
The defender has scored six goals in 20 games since arriving at Meadow Lane from Tranmere Rovers in March.
"He's got a massive head." Burchnall joked before adding: "He's brave, he puts his head on everything. He doesn't mind getting his face smashed in. He's been magnificent."
Ellis was born in Devon and also made greater than 130 appearances for Torquay earlier in his profession.
"They're a former club, but there's only one thing on my mind and that's to go there and win and get us to the final," the 32-year-old said.
Burchnall believes the character revealed by his group of players since arriving as manager, 12 days after Ellis' arrival at the club has been vital.
"We have it in the group. I saw it when I first came in.
"We just needed to believe in what we were doing a little bit more, we just needed to believe in what we were doing a little bit more, We turned a corner a while back and they've not looked back since then."
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Chris
We would like to share the story of Maisie-Grace, an eight-year-old Notts fan.
When Maisie-Grace was born, she had a hole in her back with the spine and nerves exposed.
Her first operation, to close her spine, was when she was just three hours old.
Maisie-Grace spent six of the first 24 hours of her life in an operating theatre, and her family thought they'd lost her five times.
When Maisie-Grace was just three weeks old, she had three procedures a week, putting a large needle into the top of her head to drain spinal fluid, and at six weeks old, she had a VP shunt fitted which drains all the fluid from the brain.
Shunts are man made and nobody knows how long they will work for which means more operations.
Maisie-Grace has a number of conditions including spina bifida meningomyelocele, neuropathic bladder & bowel, hydrocathlus, dislocated hips, autism traits, sleep apnea and a beighton score of 7, which means hyper mobility joints.
She has undergone 15 operations and as she gets older she will be having lots more.
Unfortunately, the NHS can not fund the right wheelchair that is needed, so Maisie-Grace's grandmother, Alison, is hoping to raise enough money to buy her granddaughter the wheelchair she needs.
This wheelchair will have the right support for her hips & spine, and it also grows with her and could last her till late teens.
Maisie-Grace will be able to go over rough terrain like walking through the woods and will be much easier to wheel over grass.
Also, when Maisie-Grace goes on holiday, she will finally be able to go in the sea as the wheelchair will be able to go across the sand.
When it’s snowing, Maisie-Grace is unable to go out in her wheelchair as we struggle to push it through the snow but with the new one she will be more mobile and be able to explore a lot more than she can now.
"This wheelchair is also 10kg lighter than the NHS one, she also has fallen out of her NHS chair twice before forwards and hurt herself," said Alison.
"She's really hoping that we can raise the funds to buy the new wheelchair and if she's lucky maybe a trike too."
A trike means Maisie-Grace would be able to go on bike rides with her friends and family.
"Maisie-Grace has to use her hands to wheel it around," added Alison.
"This would build up her body strength, as she dislocates her hips and is not allowed to use pedals. 
"Hopefully in the next month the company will be out about the trike, but we've had quotes for a new wheelchair."
Maisie Grace's family have approached several charities but unfortunately due to COVID-19 may of those are closed for funding.
If you would like to donate any money to the cause, Alison has created a Gofundme - the link is here.
TheMagpieCircle
Join Paul Mace, the host of "The Magpies Circle" podcast as he talks with former Notts manager Howard Wilkinson.
Howard managed Notts between 1982 and 1983, being part of the setup at the Lane during Jimmy Sirrel's second spell at Notts.
This episode takes a delve into the career of Wilkinson at Notts, how Sirrel got him to the Lane and winning promotion in 1981.
An insight into one of the game's most recognisable figures.
Part 1: 1.27:54 in length.
Part 2: 1:16:51 in length.
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