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  1. Hello Just wanted to donate some money to the club but did not find any "Membership" on the website. As you know I am Evertonian (and I hope you remember my story and why Notts County) but I really like Notts County. And as Evertonian I am not sure if it's good idea to buy any club merch but Everton's. So what do you think if there are enough Notts supporters outside of Nottinghamshire or UK to provide Official Notts County Membership? Or it is there already and I just can't find it? Thanks
    9 points
  2. Notts County defender Connell Rawlinson has said that he would sacrifice his dream, if it meant the club could play local neighbours Nottingham Forest at Meadow Lane. The 30-year-old centre back grew up supporting Premier League club, Everton and, he has expressed his desire to see the Magpies progress in the historic knockout tournament. Notts will face Rochdale on Sunday in the 1st round of the competition and, will be two victories away from a potential big money tie. "Obviously I'm 30 now, and you do start to think about big moments you can look back on in your career. It'd be lovely if we could get a good run together and get to the third round." said to the Nottingham Post. "We were speaking about it the other day with a couple of the lads, we've got a couple of Geordie lads that obviously want to draw Newcastle. "You've got me who is an Everton fan, there are lads who are United fans, City fans, so it would be nice to obviously get one of the big sides." Rochdale have been made the bookies favourites to progress to the 2nd round of the FA Cup, yet there is belief within the Notts County camp that the gap between the two teams isn't that far between. "But on the flip side of that, it'd be nice to obviously get Forest as well. "That would be huge. I think I would probably give up a tie playing against Everton to play Forest at home. "I just think it'd be a really special occasion where two great footballing teams come together in the city and the whole city would probably come together as a result too. "It would be a great day if we could end up getting through a few rounds and pulling Forest out the hat. "I'll be honest, if you want to compare League Two to the National League, you've only got to look at the teams that have been promoted over the last couple of seasons, and how well they are doing, the top 10 teams that are up around the play-offs would be able to hold their own fairly comfortably in League Two." he added. "We're just going into it as we do every game which is to play our style of football and dictate the pace of the game. "You've also got to remember that you are away from home, and you are playing a league side, so there will be a level of respect there from ourselves. "But I don't see why the lads can't turn up on Sunday and give a good performance." Check out the latest Pride of Nottingham T-Shirt range, which is available from our online web store!: Fancy showcasing your brand or business on Pride of Nottingham? Click here to find out more about sponsorship and advertising opportunities with us.
    6 points
  3. Anyone else feel this will be a good test to see how we can compete against a League two team? I really want to see Notts progress, a good cup run could bring so much more merit than just the prize money. It can give the squad some excitement and self-belief, which goes along way but for us fans, it gives us a taste of a good day out and most likely against a team whom we haven't faced for a few years. I'd like Notts to be mindful of injuries, whilst giving the odd player a chance. Matt Palmer needs to start, he does so much of the ball work that often gets unnoticed. His vision and ability to spot a pass, could lead to more chances. I'd partner him with Ed Francis, I know Frank Vincent has done well, but I just feel someone like Francis would enjoy more of the ball against a team like Rochdale. Ian Burchnall will have his plans and whatever happens, it's a day out but I do hope for a win.
    6 points
  4. I am a big fan of Ian Burchnall's post match comments, his well thought out responses and tactical knowledge is a joy. He's not afraid to point things out, in a very constructive and calm manner. He's by far the most enjoyable manager, that I go out of my way to hear what his thoughts are.
    5 points
  5. I have a hatred of listening to managers, I think my favourite in the past 20 years is Martin Allen. He cracked me up, but I also felt he explained things well and kept it interesting. Kevin Nolan at times could provide good thoughts, plus a cheeky tone to his responses, but for the most part, I found them to be dull. Harry Kewell and, Neal Ardley tended to put me to sleep. Ardley was better, sometimes reminding our fans that he cared/is human. Yet his talk of football just seemed defensive of his decisions to set up our squad to draw games. We've had some really baffling managers who gave poor interviews, no worse than Jamie Fullarton. I do, from time to time, listen to Ian Burhcnall, who does speak very well and shows a good level of understanding of how things pan out during games. I also like how he admits when he's wrong, whilst carefully criticising certain play - I don't think he names players either when its called for. It's good to have someone whom the fans are getting behind more and more.
    5 points
  6. I've done some new wallpapers, 1-10 of this seasons squads. I do have others backlogged that I never found the time to release, which I will be looking into. I am happy to take on your favourite player, the wallpapers are one of the ways I give back to fans.
    5 points
  7. Notts are currently 5 points behind 1st place Boreham Wood after this past weekend's 1-0 victory over Grimsby Town. The National League season so far has been at times unpredictable and, after the 3 defeats in a row, it did leave some questions to be asked by some supporters. However, confidence and form within the camp seems to be lifting - with some good and, predictably poor performances. I think these types of results are something which will happen, yet Ian Burchnall does need to try to bring consistency to the performances - it should come with time. I ask you, how do you feel right now? Do you feel Notts can crack on with the season now, or do you feel daunted by a tough run of fixtures coming up?
    5 points
  8. The actual results: Burton Albion 0-1 Charlton Athletic Ipswich Town 0-0 Oxford United Rochdale 2-2 Leyton Orient Stevenage 1-2 Mansfield Town Tranmere Rovers 0-1 Sutton United Maidenhead United 1-4 Dagenham & Redbridge Wealdstone 1-0 Barnet Yeovil Town 2-1 Eastleigh --- Congratulations to this week's winner, @liampie! You win a hen's tooth (self-collection only). @liampie - 10 @DangerousSausage, @Chris - 8 @Dripsey3 - 6 @Dan, @4everapie, @magpiejue, @ARLukomski - 5 @gtownjohnno, @jimbob - 4 @nottsnutter - 2 @super_ram, @Megan_Elizax, @GrannyPie - 1 --- Without further ado, here's the table. @Dripsey3 is still at the top, @Chris gains another couple of places: Dripsey3 - 115 Dan - 113 gtownjohnno - 101 nottsnutter - 90 4everapie - 88 super_ram - 86 magpiejue - 85 DangerousSausage - 83 jimbob - 83 ARLukomski - 72 Chris - 66 Megan_Elizax - 65 barnet11uk - 64 GrannyPie - 57 KB1862 - 52 liampie - 40 Feral Fox - 29 Joshua - 25 allardyces tash - 19 TheSkipper - 16 Alex - 7 CliftonMagpie - 6 Canadian - 4 --- The next round will be next Saturday, so expect the fixtures to pop up here on Wednesday as per usual. Have a good week!
    4 points
  9. I thought I'd better post an update here to add to @GrannyPie's own post on facebook.She returned home Tuesday(2//11) evening.Her chest infection is now clear but she has to sleep with a face mask attached to a humidifier to help keep her oxygen levels up.Thanks once again from both of us for all the kind comments which meant a lot to both of us.
    4 points
  10. I dislike Rochdale ever since the season we won the league, their fans whinging about us cheating to win the league. I would love it if we gave a chance to some of the fringe players and, used the in form squad members then smashed them.
    4 points
  11. I'm confident that if we can keep the squad and especially Cameron fit, then we will be strong enough to crack the top 3 again. We need a goalscorer, Roberts to find his form and Ruben to carry on what he is doing up front. If we have to cover injuries, do it with experienced loanees, rather than kids. I don't think the fixtures coming up are any harder than the ones we have had, plus we haven't played the bottom 4/5 in the division yet and as I mentioned the other day, without injuries to Cameron and Rawlinson, I think we would be top or very near to it. I'm looking for us to be around 4th in the table by the halfway point and hopefully still within 5 points of the top position. Strngthen a couple of positions for the second half of the season and have a real crack at finishing top. The key will be if the Burchnall football will still be as effective on the heavy winter pitches.
    4 points
  12. The results: Huddersfield Town 1-0 Millwall Swansea City 3-0 Peterborough United Cambridge United 1-0 AFC Wimbledon Portsmouth 1-0 Bolton Wanderers Barrow 1-2 Rochdale Leyton Orient 5-0 Hartlepool United Bromley 0-0 Halifax Town Eastleigh 1-0 Maidenhead United --- For the first time this season, @ARLukomski has this week's highest score with 8 points! @ARLukomski - 8 @super_ram - 7 @Dripsey3, @gtownjohnno, @magpiejue, @KB1862 - 6 @Dan, @nottsnutter, @4everapie, @DangerousSausage, @barnet11uk, @Chris - 4 @GrannyPie - 3 @jimbob - 2 @Megan_Elizax - 1 --- And on that bombshell, @Dripsey3 has once again overtaken @Dan to take top spot, while @gtownjohnno still lurks ominously in third. Dripsey3 - 109 Dan - 108 gtownjohnno - 97 nottsnutter - 88 super_ram - 85 4everapie - 83 magpiejue - 80 jimbob - 79 DangerousSausage - 75 ARLukomski - 67 barnet11uk - 64 Megan_Elizax - 64 Chris - 58 GrannyPie - 56 KB1862 - 52 liampie - 30 Feral Fox - 29 Joshua - 25 allardyces tash - 19 TheSkipper - 16 Alex - 7 CliftonMagpie - 6 Canadian - 4 --- Because of this new fangled "FA Cup" that we have decided to participate in this season, the prediction league will be taking a week's break. The next fixtures will be on Saturday 13 November, so expect to see the next round posted here the Wednesday before that. In the meantime, I will float around the board offering nuggets of wisdom on important matters, such as: which 80s players had the best moustaches? And did Clive Platt really have a 19-year career in the Football League, or was it all just a fever dream? Take care!
    4 points
  13. The results: Peterborough United 0-0 Barnsley Stoke City 0-1 Blackburn Rovers Bolton Wanderers 2-2 Cheltenham Town Plymouth Argyle 1-2 Wigan Athletic Northampton Town 1-0 Leyton Orient Swindon Town 1-1 Harrogate Town Grimsby Town P-P Boreham Wood Wrexham 2-0 Bromley --- This week's winner is @barnet11uk, with honourable mentions going to @Dan, @Chris and @GrannyPie! @barnet11uk - 9 @Dan, @Chris, @GrannyPie - 8 @DangerousSausage - 6 @Megan_Elizax, @CliftonMagpie - 4 @ARLukomski - 3 @super_ram, @magpiejue, @liampie, @allardyces tash - 2 @Dripsey3, @4everapie, @jimbob - 1 @gtownjohnno - nul points --- @Dripsey3 decided to give the rest of us a chance this round. @Dan said thank you very much and has now drawn level. And @super_ram has joined the 100 club. The standings: Dan - 125 Dripsey3 - 125 gtownjohnno - 106 super_ram - 100 nottsnutter - 99 4everapie - 96 DangerousSausage - 93 jimbob - 88 magpiejue - 87 ARLukomski - 83 Chris - 80 Megan_Elizax - 75 barnet11uk - 73 GrannyPie - 73 KB1862 - 52 liampie - 45 Joshua - 34 Feral Fox - 29 allardyces tash - 21 TheSkipper - 16 CliftonMagpie - 10 Alex - 7 Canadian - 4 --- And now the prediction league goes into a week-long hibernation, as the FA Cup (which apparently has something called a "second round") is this coming this weekend. So our next round will be on Tuesday 7 December, and I'll post the fixtures the weekend before. See you then!
    3 points
  14. In preparation for Christmas, we have designed a digital flip book showcasing all the Pride of Nottingham merch. We've got a lot of quality items which would make the ideal Christmas present, from signed prints to t-shirts featuring legends! Have a flick through our catalogue, where you can use the QR code to quickly access any items of interest. Don't forget, you can also donate to help fund our site. https://prideofnottingham.co.uk/donate/
    3 points
  15. All in all considering their home form it’s not a bad result, just the loss at the weekend means 1 point from 2 games so we really need a win against Dagenham to just make sure we don’t start to fall away. No-one above us won and Grimsby, Halifax and Bromley all lost so that’s a point gained on them! And it’s great that Altrincham scored two late goals against Chesterfield… Good wins for Wrexham and Stockport, is that the two big money teams slowly on the rise now?
    3 points
  16. I stumbled across a video on YouTube by CV Academy, it shows a training session which our manager, Ian Burchnall held with them. It shows some of his insight towards possession play and, building the thirds of the pitch - gaining space, so that play opens up. This is something which he focuses on with Notts and, I wished I found it at the time when Don Masson made his comments about the club in 'modern times' building up from the back. It's a short video, but very detailed and, something I would encourage people to see. The games are always adapting, but always something behind what seems like madness. PS. I haven't seen this shared anywhere before, I wonder if it ends up doing the rounds after this.
    3 points
  17. It's a sign of progression, isn't it? The issue with having a squad that might attract outside interest, is keeping the focus on form and results. I think Ruben Rodrigues is doing well to not allow his interest to turn his head. I am aware of some fallout during my time away at Skegness, where he mentioned the club having rejected a bid - however, I think that was all completely innocent. He's continued his form somewhat, I mean his performances without scoring has been good - he's always involved. Replacing players will always be a test, It is for any club. However, if someone does ends up leaving within a season - I think this would be harder to replace than it would at the end of a campaign. A new player would require time and patience, he might not light the world - much like Frank Vincent's first cameo appearance. Where some fans tweeted he looked crap or suspect. I think with money Notts would be able to sign from a better pool of players, so I am not so worried. I just want to see the club retain it's promotion push, without allowing sales to derail things. I am sure the club feels exactly the same.
    3 points
  18. I thought the game was entertaining for both teams, Notts was poor defensively for the first 20 minutes. Adam Chicksen is not a centre back, he was just awful and Anthony Patterson didn't look calm at all - although he made some very good saves. I felt Chicksen was largely poor the whole game. He's a totally different player out wide, but I don't think Ian Burchnall should repeat this mistake in the future, at least not to incorporate him in the side for the sake of it. If we have CB's available play them, I don't mind so much as this past game allowed others to rest. I just feel the indecisiveness and, lack of awareness leads to panic. Everyone else played quite well for me. I think Patterson redeemed himself even more so in the second half. I overheard some fans calling Cal Roberts, what these people might not be aware of - is it's probably Ian Burchnall who wanted to save him. Matt Palmer and, Frank Vincent stood out the most to me. Joel Taylor did well, but he struggled out wide at times and realised he had to drift in to be able to run at Rochdale. This led to some poor decisions, but overall I felt he did okay. It was a decent team performance, Notts to me, was unlucky to lose. In the 2nd half, we showed a different type of class. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough. I honestly would like to see more of a threat from Kairo Mitchell. I have people telling me that he's a proper striker, some even preferring him over Kyle Wootton, but I do not see it myself.
    3 points
  19. I've never been that fussed about post-match interviews, but I do tend to watch Burchnall's. He comes across very well and clearly has a good knowledge of the game. Of course, there's a difference between recognising where things are going wrong and putting them right, and that'll be the proof of the pudding in the long term. Ardley was similar. Both of them take responsibility and never give you the feeling they were watching a different game. On the other side of the spectrum there are managers who are immediately on the defensive and who try to fob off the interviewer with cliches. No names, but John Sheridan and Harry Kewell will know who I mean.
    3 points
  20. @menzinho I owe @super_ram and, @GrannyPie a cream cake now Mitchell has scored a league goal. I hope it boosts his confidence having scored, he works hard but so far hasn't seemed a threat on goal - at least not enough to warrant his starting place in my opinion. Great team performance by the squad yesterday.
    3 points
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    3 points
  22. sending granny pie all my love, pleased shes back out. i hope she is fine from here on super.
    3 points
  23. I understand the worry after the 3 defeats, it looked like something had given way and Notts needed to work hard to overcome that. I wasn't one of those fans worrying about the defeats, but as I say I could understand the logical fans [not the usual meltdown responses]. The way the club navigated their way through it, whilst bring back players like Kyle Cameron, which attached a risk of seeing be ruled out was the right way. We didn't just throw him in, or rush it but I am happy with how results are progressing. I think if Notts could bridge the gap with however is top of the league, more belief will follow and then who knows? It's not that I expect or feel we will win the league, but at the same time it could happen. Myself, I take games by games but I love the passion shown by the gaffer.
    3 points
  24. A nice cup run would be nice for Notts, we haven't enjoyed one for awhile now. Rochdale aren't a difficult team to play against, going to their ground will give them the home comforts but if Notts buckles down and works hard. There's no reason why a victory couldn't end up coming back home to Meadow Lane.
    3 points
  25. I’m quite happy with the start, the last 3 games have made up for the 3 straight losses. I don’t feel daunted, if anything I’m more encouraged now. I think this team has a lot of potential, we have lots of young talented player here now – when was the last time we could genuinely say that? Cameron and Rawlinson are forming a good partnership, Taylor settling into the LB/LWB spot nicely, Palmer looking like the player we wanted Reeves to be and the other new boys like Nemane and Vincent are showing us a bit more of what they can do. Mitchell and Francis next please!
    3 points
  26. I aim pleased Ian Burchnall navigated the defeats, whilst avoiding falling back on Michael Doyle. I believe this opened the door for Frank Vincent, who I would say has taken his chance and positively impacted the team. Ed Francis is a fine player in the making, but he's just a little lightweight at times. Vincent finding his way into the team, along with the return of key players has helped a lot. I think the club can build on this point, with the players looking like they're enjoying playing. Its important I feel to work a little harder in those games we struggle for possession. This way we might grind out some more victories as Notts did against Grimsby.
    3 points
  27. I think we are in a good place from what I’ve seen of this league so far early pace setters rarely last the distance I’d like to be sitting top 3 or 4 with a 2 or 3 point gap come Christmas then it’s time to hit top gear and go on that run as that’s the time the title winners seem to hit their stride
    3 points
  28. Would obviously like to be higher, but considering the way we have defended on occasions thankful to be where we are. Still think improvements are necessary, but do think we will get better. If we finish in a play off spot so be it, end of season lottery it is, though we are certainly capable of automatic promotion.
    3 points
  29. He looks a good addition even if its until late Jan, plenty of time to try to sort out an extension.
    2 points
  30. Notts appears to be attracting interest in players and replacing them will prove be the ultimate test for the clubs recruitment policy. What value do you put on the following players? I am also wondering if you feel we can afford to let any of them go and if so, how does Notts replace them without losing momentum? Ruben Rodrigues Kyle Wootton Cal Roberts Richard Brindley Dion Kelly-Evans I have avoided asking about players who have suffered injuries, plus players that have signed this season. I think the 5 mentioned are the most likely to attract interest from clubs willing to spend a fee to sign them.
    2 points
  31. Qualified ratings as sat behind the goal Slocombe 4 Loss of Paterson immense. Stood on line for first, missed coming for the ball for the 2nd, 2 good saves later, prevented it being 4 Brindley 4 A few forward forays but without confidence that any end result being delivered. Defensively weak Rawlinson 4 Just gets found out when asked to play football. Chicksen 4,. Average DKE 4.5 Tough time defensively against Vincent Harper Taylor 5 Frustrating that he doesnt get down the line more Palmer 6.5 (MoTM) seems to get 100% pass accuracy Vincent 4 Anonymous Roberts 5 Homework down, defenders to block when he cuts inside Ruben 5 Took a knock 1st half Wootton 5 No change from their centre halfs Subs Francis 4 one shot went wide...doesnt offer anything Post: https://www.nottinghampost.com/sport/football/football-news/notts-county-player-ratings-eastleigh-6237248
    2 points
  32. Do we have any quiz masters here? or, just anyone who enjoys a good quiz? I know @super_ram would fall within this category, as we both enjoy taking on the pub quiz machines and, used to play various quiz games.
    2 points
  33. I used to take part in pub quizzes a few years ago, but not anymore. I found that they were becoming a bit too competitive after they were only originally done for fun. We used to win our fair share back in the day, but then you started to see serious teams forming just to win the (not that generous) prizes, so we gave up as it stopped being fun.
    2 points
  34. The business model of finding talent that can do well at our level, but attract interest higher up is starting to take hold. Ruben Rodrigues is attracting interest from Blackburn Rovers. Supposedly Blackpool and Rotherham United are too. I think its likely that Kyle Wootton and some of our other key players will be on the radar. Notts has not managed to sell assets on successfully for years, yes we have let go of youngsters but a club like Notts this will always be the case. Pricing players wisely and recruiting replacements will be a test for Notts and something quite new. Yes, we have been doing well with this regards since the takeover of the club from the hands of Alan Hardy, but we have been lucky to retain the best players.
    2 points
  35. The only way I can see Ruben leaving in January is if we get an unbelievable bid or he says he wants to go. I don’t think either are particularly likely to happen, but who knows… Woots is someone we could lose on a free as his contract expires at the end of this season. I’m sure things will be happening behind the scenes, I just hope we can keep him here a bit longer. I think when you get to 6 months (or less) on a contract you can approach/be approached by clubs and sign a pre-contract agreement with them…
    2 points
  36. Rochdale came to play. It was a proper game of football. Notts were unlucky. It could have gone either way.
    2 points
  37. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/59277738
    2 points
  38. Agreed, I always listen to his interviews and if I miss one, I will go back to it when I can. He just speaks so much common sense, you get to see his inner workings and I think his knowledge of the game comes across more than what others do. He's not just a talker, he's a thinker and practitioner.
    2 points
  39. John Sheridan was intolerable to listen to, I would also point out I like that Ian Burchnall backs his players based on performances and won't make changes just because a player has returned from injury, at the hands of someone who had done better covering.
    2 points
  40. Really pleased for Mitchell, gets his two goals against Tamworth but wasn't able to keep his place and keep that possible momentum going. It’s really hard for a striker to be in and out the team, he didn’t have much time on the pitch but he was desperate to make an impact. Probably a shame Ruben couldn’t get a goal in-front of his parents but in the grand scheme of things it’s a minor inconvenience on what was an otherwise great day and team performance. And smashing the attendance record, almost makes you feel like the NL isn’t that bad after all!
    2 points
  41. It wasn't that bad, if you remained in your seat at half-time and, found a way out of the ground before the final whistle - both of which I broke. Fantastic win and, positive performance. The clean sheet is a lot more important, especially with the absence of Kyle Cameron. I thought it was an excellent team performance, with some exceptional individual play. Matt Palmer was brilliant at winning the ball back and, his distribution. He looked heaps better than any Solihull Moor player. Poor DKE with the issue of dealing with their number 6, and the other player who kept pushing him in the second half, not that it bothered Kelly-Evans at all. Big win, it felt like a performance that showed a promise of further to come.
    2 points
  42. It’s going to be a big crowd, hopefully record breaking too! It would be nice to beat it by a good few hundred as well. 12,000 fans in attendance would be incredible. We tend to do well with a big crowd at ML, the atmosphere should be even better than Stockport and that will help spur the players on. Solihull will absolutely want to spoil the occasion but I hope the crowd makes it a little too daunting for them. Picking the team is quite a challenge at the minute (a good one) Cal’s form isn’t great at the moment, but a game like this is where he really could shine. Then you've got the likes of Vincent and Nemane who probably deserve to start. Some big choices for IB to make.
    2 points
  43. We will need to match their enthusiasm, if we can do that the quality should shine through, which hasn't always been the case. They will be well organised and a point would be good for them. Game we should be winning, my guess an optimistic 3 0
    2 points
  44. Classy job, @Chris. The wallpapers look ace, they always do.
    2 points
  45. Great job @Chris, I am sure many fans appreciate your efforts here.
    2 points
  46. It's great to have mum back, plus knowing dad has company. Whilst on holiday, we thought about them a lot and, we enjoyed the holiday. It would've been nicer to have mum home, yet she's there now. Exactly where Granny Pie belongs. I am very thankful for the care shown by hospital staff, Mum makes more and more friends from her visits. Later, when I go over, I have more comments to pass on by people who have reached out to me. The Notts community has been great at sending well-wishes. ♥
    2 points
  47. Cox out at Scunthorpe......
    2 points
  48. Hartlepool fans have every right to be annoyed with Rodney's departure from the club. If you know, you know.
    2 points
  49. I think he’s absolutely mad. Given how well it’s going at Hartlepool if he keeps them around play-offs/gets back into them there’s a good chance a L1 club might go for him (if he’s that concerned about moving on). And there’s a real element of luck involved getting promoted out of this league. Obviously all about the money but if he doesn’t get Stockport promoted he’ll most likely be sacked, then his choice of clubs will be what? Another non-league club but with far less money. He’ll just be back where he started!
    2 points

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