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  1. 11 points
    All the Pride of Nottingham team would like to take a moment to wish all the members and guests, a very merry Christmas! We hope you truly have a wonderful day! You Pies!!
  2. 8 points
    The latest Pride of Nottingham PONcast Extra: Preview is live folks! Can Notts County make it two wins on the spin for Christmas? In this week's preview @samwatto2008 and @Chris talk about Notts County's upcoming game away against Grimsby Town at Blundell Park. They also reflect on the opposition and how tomorrow's game might unfold. In addition, how Neil Ardley could continue from the win against Tranmere Rovers. We also speak about how Ardley could use his tactics to take on his second game away. All this and more only in the PONcast Extra: Grimsby Town Preview. Don't forget to have you say below and on the upcoming game - match discussion.
  3. 7 points
    What presents did you get? I thought it would be fun if we shared a picture of our gifts.
  4. 6 points
    @GrannyPie and @super_ram got me a gaming chair, it helps my back no end. I also got these frames!
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    The latest Pride of Nottingham PONcast is now live! Join @Chris and @samwatto2008 yet again as they recap the Tranmere game in episode 51! In this week's episode the PON duo talk about Notts County's recent game against Tranmere Rovers at Meadow Lane. They also discuss how the squads passion lifted after Saturday's game against Tranmere as captured by Dan Westwell. They also talk about the upcoming games and how they will impact Notts County's form. Also, sharing their thoughts on the stories about the EFL and English Leagues. What do you think about the talking points mentioned in this PONcast?
  6. 3 points
    Happy new year.. 2019 can only be better than 2018.
  7. 3 points
    Happy New Year everyone! PON wishes each of you a great 2019.
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    Just wanted to say merry Christmas to all our members hope you all have a fantastic day and Christmas.
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    Welcome to PON Ellie, @cheeky~k8 said you had asked if you could join and I am delighted to see that you have. I wished I felt better yesterday as I would have shown you some cool things but I'll do it later when I get chance. Don't be shy to have your say.
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    Notts County will spend Christmas in the bottom two of League Two following their 4-0 hammering at Grimsby Town. The Mariners got off the mark after just over the three-minute mark, youngster Harry Clifton heading home on the rebound from Harry Cardwell's initial effort Notts then did enjoy a period of pressure but spurned their opportunities and before the break they fell further behind through Harry Davis, who rose highest to head home. Michael Jolley's side never looked back as Davis claimed his second and Grimsby's third, while Wes Thomas fired home on the volley to truly ruin the Black & White Army's Christmas. ARLukomski, the ever-loyal and long-suffering Notts County vlogger, has provided us with a great insight into the game at Blundell Park. Share your thoughts about this video on Pride of Nottingham by signing up to the website, visiting the forum and joining in the chat with hundreds of fellow Notts County fans. Fancy showcasing your brand or business on Pride of Nottingham? Click here to find out more about sponsorship and advertising opportunities with us.
  12. 3 points
    Massive game and something Neal Ardley should carefully approach. It's important the balance between defending and attacking is met, however until Enzio returns I fear Notts don't have enough pace on the wings and this is something which would be useful. Macclesfield would thrive on Notts attacking via the centre of the park, so injecting speed and players able to be direct could work. It might be worth giving Andy Kellett a go. I don't know, I just feel it could be one of those games where the same squad doesn't quite manage to get the right result. The games a must win match, so despite me saying in the PONcast that I would rest Jon Stead - perhaps he should start? Kristian Dennis and Kane Hemmings could do the trick but I'm just thinking neither really hold the play up or link in others, Stead is a true grafter of this.
  13. 3 points
    I will be opening gifts and eating dinner with the family most likely. Then Wednesday 26th I’ll be singing my heart out down at meadow lane as usual for a home match because I’m getting behind the team COYPS️
  14. 3 points
    I've got the the day off work so I'm going to make the most of it. I'm spending it with my mum, Dad, brother, grandparents and maybe some cousins if they come over to my grandparents. It's going to be a day where I drink (but not a lot as I am at work the next day) and eat a lot.
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    I get barred off the internet by my parents, so I don't know but I try to keep out of trouble.
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    Spending the morning opening presents and spending time as a family and then christmas dinner at home. Wherever grannypie is this year, we will go and see her for abit as its also her birthday.
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    Only thing worth mentioning is that IF @GrannyPie isn't home, I'll be walking to the QMC with my family to spend some time with her. I wouldn't consider anything else to be more important than that. After this past visit, I feel not only would it cheer my mum up but other people.
  18. 2 points
    It's now getting seriously concerning at Meadow Lane as Notts County have now slipped six points from safety after losing 1-0 to Cambridge United on Saturday. Despite a bumper crowd at the San Sirrel and an opponent in the lower reaches of League Two, the Magpies once again failed to put up a good enough fight, and a record of four wins from 28 games has relegation written all over it. Notts weren't at the races for much of the first half, although Kristian Dennis came close to opening the scoring with a shot on the turn from Elliott Hewitt's delivery midway through. However, they fell behind on 41 minutes when Greg Taylor rose to meet George Maris’s corner at the back post and headed across goal beyond the reach of debutant goalkeeper Ryan Schofield. Neal Ardley's side threatened on the stroke of half time, though, when Jim O’Brien’s long-range effort was tipped around the post by U's stopper David Forde. The best chance for the hosts came in the second half when Dennis connected with Cedric Evina's delivery but the ball rolled right across the goalline, and that was pretty much it as Colin Calderwood's side held out for the win. Pride of Nottingham vlogger ARLukomski was at Meadow Lane and documented his pre, mid and post-match thoughts. Share your thoughts about this vlog on Pride of Nottingham by signing up to the website, visiting the forum and joining in the chat with hundreds of fellow Notts County fans. Fancy showcasing your brand or business on Pride of Nottingham? Click here to find out more about sponsorship and advertising opportunities with us.
  19. 2 points
    This is a competition thought up by @Chris Follow the instructions on the link below and be in with a chance to win a PON print. We will be giving one away on Twitter and one away on Facebook.
  20. 2 points
    Usually it's hard to pick a MOM because there are so few worthy candidates, but today it's difficult because there are so many. That was a real team performance where everyone worked for each other for once. Even though we didn't get the result we deserved, I suspect most of us are more upbeat than we've been for a while. If we can repeat that level of effort and desire next year we will be ok, if we slip back to the Macc performance we're doomed. On to the topic, my vote goes to Pierce Bird. For a lad of 19 to make his full debut against the most potent attack in the division and play like a seasoned veteran is something else. I've always liked what I've seen of him, I just hope he gets more first team action to show how far he can go.
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    Well, it's finally got to that stage. Notts County are bottom of the Football League. Macclesfield Town, managed by one-time Magpie Sol Campbell, put in a display that overshadowed the hosts at Meadow Lane and claimed a 2-1 win which saw them leapfrog Notts off the foot of League Two. Frankly, it's the same old story. An overall turgid display, the odd good moment following the equaliser where County looked as though they would go into the lead, only for shoddy defending to prove our downfall. Scott Wilson rattled home the opener in the first hald, making the most of plenty of space to apply a good finish past Ross Fitzsimons. Against the run of play, the second half brought a leveller for Neal Ardley's side when good hustling from Jon Stead lead to Keston Davies squaring for Kane Hemmings to drive home. Nine minutes from time, however, Wilson once again had the freedom of the area to sweep the ball into the bottom corner of the net nine minutes from time. Although the Silkmen saw a man sent off late on, the numerical advantage was chalked off as Davies was then shown a straight red card for firing the ball into an opposition player's face while on the ground. Long-suffering Notts fan ARLukomski, who's experienced far too much footballing misery for such a young man, continues to persevere with his superb vlogs - here's his latest entry. Share your thoughts about this video on Pride of Nottingham by signing up to the website, visiting the forum and joining in the chat with hundreds of fellow Notts County fans. Fancy showcasing your brand or business on Pride of Nottingham? Click here to find out more about sponsorship and advertising opportunities with us.
  22. 2 points
    He does have to take his share of the blame , but gutless players week in week out taking the wage they haven’t deserved at all this season is more to blame , he for his part has backed the judgement of his appointed manager for the footballing side , he has also in my opinion been massively let down , January omg how big is that just got to be bang on , no hope otherwise.
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    that looks awesome @super_pie. i got some clothes as usual and a new tablet.
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    Same from me, wish you all a Merry Christmas and hope you have a good day.
  25. 2 points
    It's good to see people talking opening about this difficult subject, seeing and reading @LozCloughSLO and @BigBill it makes me sad. As an older PON member I have always felt repulsed by racism. I have seen a lot of it over the years but I am pleased change has been made, this is a start but this discussion is a reminder that more can be done. Thanks for sharing opening your thoughts Loz and Big Bill.

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