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    Notts County FC - Home and Away, I follow some other local teams but my passion is for Notts. I used to live around Hucknall. Darts, Cricket, Tennis, Music

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  1. upthepies

    We have a new member help me welcome..

    Welcome to the Pride of Nottingham @51Magpie.
  2. I don't think Notts will be effected by missing a game, if anything as others have pointed out it gives them longer to prepare properly.
  3. upthepies

    Would you rather?....

    Buried Would you rather be remembered once you past by others or just your family and close friends?
  4. Jon Stead is the easy and obvious answer for me. He seems to be the type of guy who arrives with a smile and works hard to keep it, he can go home after any game he's played this season knowing he's given 100% but I do agree that he's stepped things up and rewarded the club after Harry Kewell made him the captain. I just hope once Richard Duffy returns that he doesn't lose it. Stead has done wonders and he has sparked some of the revival in my opinion.
  5. upthepies

    RIP Charlie Crickmore

    Rest in Peace Charlie.
  6. upthepies

    Did Notts Proud On Holiday

    What is this, a Notts fan on a nice sunny day. This couldn't have been taken in the UK.
  7. upthepies

    PONcast Episode 47

    @Chris hits the nail on the head with regards to the importance of playing the correct tempo. Remaye Campbell will only improve if he comes on at times, I don't know why we don't give him a chance ahead of Kristian Dennis. I think some of the players just need to played more to see them improve. I have enjoyed this PONcast again lads, it's food for thought. Well done.
  8. upthepies

    Match Discussion: Game 14 - The Shakers (A)

    The game plan should be to keep the ball on the ground and proceed to playing it quickly down the flanks, I think the main area to slow the game down is the middle of the park. If we use the flanks to be direct, the pace Notts has can and will be a benefit to the performance. Boldewijn and Stead can't be the only players pushing to create a scoring chance. So this is something that must improved and it should start away at Bury, Hemmings for me is missing a few goals and if he could get on the score sheet I think he would be a massive player.
  9. upthepies

    Guess attendance v Bury ... answer revealed

    6,032 and 800 Notts fans.
  10. upthepies

    Jon stead in one word

    Veteran
  11. upthepies

    Guess the magpie.... answer revealed

    Matt Tootle
  12. upthepies

    Dr Who is a woman

    Weak actor IMO, just very wooden and smug.
  13. upthepies

    Prediction League Round 13

    Gillingham 0- 2 Southend (Joker) Oxford 1-0 Plymouth Scunthorpe 2-3 Peterborough Colchester 0-1 Crawley Crewe 2-1 Bury Newport 1- 0 Stevenage
  14. upthepies

    Caption this ...

    The Crewe player never realised he pulled Jon until Stead tried going home with him after the game.
  15. He's starting to play and make those saves he would have let in, the Macclesfield attempt after the Jon Stead penalty a few months ago that would have gone in. There's effort being made and the fans appreciate that.

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