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2 pointsWe had another two feature against Walsall! Liam O’Brien – 27, Goalkeeper – A player who’s played for several clubs; Portsmouth, Barnet, Brentford, Dagenham & Redbridge and most recently yep you guessed it Coventry. However he’s pretty much spent his career as a backup goalkeeper, only really getting regular game time for Dag & Redbridge in the season they were relegated from league 2. Last season he played 8 times for Coventry; 4 League games, 4 Cup/Trophy games. Damien McCrory – 29, Left-back – Had a good spell at Dagenham and Redbridge when he was young winning promotion to L1, but they only managed a season there. He had a season back in L2 before his move to Burton Albion where he spent the last 7 years. He played regularly for Burton in League 2 and 1 before helping them win promotion to the Championship. From then on he’s been in and out the team, he made 20 appearances in L1 last season but was not offered a new contract. I’m surprised we’ve managed to get him on trial and I’m more surprised he hasn’t got a club already, Burton fans speak very highly of him. Maybe he doesn’t want to move? Burton is only about 40 mins away from Notts… Interestingly Streete and Reid weren’t in the squad at the weekend, all the other trialists were.
1 pointGood evening Magpies supporters, I'm a football supporter from Melbourne, Australia. I support Leicester City (not a glory hunter, supported them when we were dead last in the league late in our great escape season), and I'm contemplating supporting Notts County. I support the Collingwood Football Club (AFL - Aussie Rules Football) and they wear the black & white stripes, nicknamed the magpies. I've noticed Notts wear blue/white for their away kit and have a hate for Forest (as all Leicester supporters do). I'm not fussed about the club currently heading into the season in the national league off the back of relegation from league football, but I would like to be a part of a club in the lower tiers of the football pyramid in English football. Reading all of this above, while still supporting my beloved Leicester City, does any of this make sense and would it still be ethically reasonable to support Notts? Any insight/feedback is well appreciated. Cheers!
1 pointComing back to what exactly? The club's funeral could be in 10 days time.
1 pointIf all else fails, Balint Bajner is available again.
1 pointI went to watch v Ilson town. Kelly-Evans - looked a half-decent RB. Could be good backup for Toots. Ried - Wasn't overly impressed. In and out of the game. Tyson - Can still finish and clearly played at a higher level. Be better to see him against more competitive opponents. Streete - Wasn't impressed. Camwell - Wicked left peg, some good balls and decent going forward and in the air. Looked a bit leggy on a couple of occasions, would have to see again.
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