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2 pointsOr Leon Best
1 pointI wasn't sure Shola Ameobi would be a worthwhile signing back in the day, his goal tally wasn't impressive and his appearance prior seemed to be pretty small. Yet he's proved himself and, I believe there's someone out there who could add fire power to the squad. If Notts want to gain promotion they need to figure out this problem. There's options and some good names mentioned, players who would cut it at League Two. If the striker could assist and help create chances, he wouldn't need to be prolific himself.
1 pointWhat a state to be in ! Everyone knew we hadn’t got enough fire power (we were all saying it) and now we’re scratching around for a panic solution. I know Kevin won’t be panicking, but by Christ he ought to be. Yes, he will say look how far we’ve come in a year, but with some common sense in January, come May, he could have been saying what a brilliant 18 months and here’s to next season in league 1. But this is Notts....... what do we expect ! I Hope no one is pinning there hopes on the playoffs it would meand scoring goals to get through to the final...... I won’t take you long to understand - I am bitterly disappointed.
1 pointAntonio Cassano would apparently be willing to play for free if the right club came along https://footballmanics.com/home/news/antonio-cassano-players-only-go-to-the-chinese-super-league-for-the-money-r3060/
1 pointOur very own Will Hoskins
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