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  1. This week, Notts County secured the signing of striker Kyle Wootton from Scunthorpe United having impressed during his loan spell at Meadow Lane this season. The striker signed a two and a half year deal with the fee rumoured to be around £60,000. Many Notts fans were delighted when the news emerged that the 23-year-old was signing on a permanent deal having been subject to much speculation during the Christmas period and the opening of the January transfer window. But just how impressive is the signing of Wootton and how will he have an impact of Notts Countys chances of gaining promotion back into the Football League? When he originally signed on loan from Scunthorpe United at the beginning of the season, there were a few fans sceptical as to how well he would actually do and wondering whether he was even required considering the likes of Nathan Tyson and Kristian Dennis still being at the club. But Neal Ardley, before signing Wootton, was said to be looking for a strong forward. Which many could say we needed considering the last season it’s something we was lacking. A strong forward with the ability to get past defenders. According to Notts County Stats (@Notts_Stats) on Twitter, Wootton has a goal every 188 minutes with an efficiency of 2.08 - only bettered by Wes Thomas (1.82) and Kristin Dennis (1.31). Though he went on an 8 game scoreless run between September and November, despite Notts winning 5, drawing 2 and losing just once during those games, Wooton has certainly now found his feet and seems like every time Notts get a goal this season and now it’s almost as if it's expected that his name will be there on the scoresheet. Wootton has netted 5 goals in his last 6 games including a brace in the fantastic comeback win against FC Halifax just before Christmas, which in turn was his third brace this season. Many Notts fans will say we haven’t really had a good striker since the days of Lee Hughes, but who knows, now Wootton has signed on a permanent deal, he might be the answer we’ve been looking for to get us goals and send us back to where we belong, in the Football League. Share your thoughts about this feature article 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.
  2. West Brom 2-2 Cardiff QPR 3-1 Blackburn Wycombe 3-3 Peterborough Gillingham 2-0 Southend Walsall 0-1 Salford City Crewe 1-1 Exeter Sutton 0-0 Stockport(joker) Chorley 0-1 Aldershot
  3. Derby 3-1 Birmingham City Middlesbrough 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday Southend 0-2 Accrington Oxford 4-3 Gillingham Cheltenham 0-4 Crewe Swindon 1-1 Newport Yeovil 2-2 Bromley(joker) Wrexham 3-0 Ebbsfleet
  4. Birmingham 1-3 Preston Sheffield Wednesday 2-4 Fulham Doncaster 2-3 Peterborough Rotherham 1-1 Shrewsbury Plymouth 4-1 Cheltenham (joker) Cambridge 0-3 Swindon Torquay 2-0 Dagenham Halifax 1-0 Barnet
  5. Coventry 1-3 Blackpool Tranmere 2-2 Gillingham Mansfield 1-1 Scunthorpe Grimsby 1-2 Crewe Cambridge 0-3 Forest Green Aldershot 2-2 Barrow Torquay 3-2 Harrogate Ebbsfleet 0-4 Eastleigh (joker)
  6. Millwall 1-1 Hull Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 QPR Rotherham 3-0 Tranmere Peterborough 0-4 Sunderland Port Vale 1-0 Cambridge Scunthorpe 1-3 Carlisle Ebbsfleet 0-2 Aldershot Torquay 2-2 Hartlepool (joker)
  7. Fulham 3-1 Nottingham Forest Charlton 2-0 Brentford (joker) Coventry 3-0 Gillingham Rochdale 0-2 Blackpool Morecambe 1-3 Exeter Bradford 3-2 Forest Green Bromley 2-2 Boreham Wood Yeovil 1-1 Maidenhead
  8. Birmingham City 1-1 Barnsley Derby County 3-2 Bristol City MK Dons 0-2 Lincoln City Oxford United 0-0 Burton Albion Accrington Stanley 1-1 Shrewsbury Cambridge United 0-1 Scunthorpe Grimsby 2-2 Colchester Plymouth 2-4 Salford (joker)
  9. QPR 3-1 Huddersfield Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 Barnsley Fleetwood Town 2-1 AFC Wimbledon Ipswich 1-4 Sunderland Walsall 1-2 Forest Green Macclesfield 2-4 Leyton Orient - Joker Yeovil 0-3 Stockport Maidenhead 0-2 Hartlepool
  10. Blackburn 2-2 Charlton Swansea 1-3 Hull Blackpool 2-0 Bristol Rovers Wycombe 3-0 Bolton Salford 1-2 Stevenage Northampton 2-1 Walsall Chesterfield 2-0 Dover Torquay 3-2 Boreham Wood
  11. Last season was not a memorable one from a Notts County fan perspective. Relegation to the National League for the first time in our history, thus losing the title as the World's Oldest Football League Club. Hopefully we can bounce back at the first time of asking. But while we are playing in the National League, there's something for fans to look forward to, especially if you are a fan who loves to groundhop. Many fans have been ticking off grounds they have visited during our time in the Football League, but the prospect of seeing new grounds and visiting new places should be something to enjoy this season. The shortest journey during the National League season will be a trip to Chesterfield where Notts will renew their East Midlands rivalry with the Spirites for the first time since they were relegated from League Two during the 2017/18 season. Solihull Moors will be another short journey for the Notts fans with them situated in the West Midlands. There will be long journey's along the way for Notts fans during the upcoming season. A few trips to the coast and 4 trips down to London for the Magpies faithful. Coastal trips include journeys to places such as Ebbsfleet, Eastleigh, Fylde, Barrow, Torquay and Hartlepool. 4 of these 6 places will be new to many. Notts County fans will know Torquay, the last time these 2 clubs met was when Notts County won League Two during the 2009/10 season. Hartlepool will be another familiar foe for Notts having played them a couple seasons back. It is unclear as it stands with what will happen with Gateshead. There is problems on going at the club but if we are to be playing them next season, it will be the one of the longest journeys for the fans to travel up north. For fans that enjoy visiting new grounds and facing new teams, there will be a number of new grounds to tick off the list. Most grounds in the National League are not all seaters. Most grounds will have seating for less than half the capacity in which the grounds can hold. A trip for those fans who enjoy British history and culture will enjoy taking the trip down south when Notts face Dover Athletic. A trip to the Dover coast and seeing the historic White Cliffs of Dover which is one of the most famous landmark in British culture. A trip to Stockport County will be one that most will enjoy for the night life. Situated in the Greater Manchester county, it is only a 7 mile trip to the Manchester City Centre with most people suggesting is a great night life. For those that enjoy long walks in and around the country side, Harrogate and Halifax could be ideal with both being close to the Yorkshire dales. The most expensive trips will be to Barnet, Bromley, Dagenham and Redbridge and Sutton United. All 4 clubs situated in the capital, London. Whatever the season may bring on the pitch, off the pitch could be an enjoyable experience for the fans with new grounds, different places and different teams come visiting. Those fans who have the Groundhopper app or similar apps in which they tick there grounds off, it will be an experience for them. Share your thoughts about this feature article 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. Great appointment. Hopefully he can turn this club around.
  13. @cheeky~k8 but he spent a lot on a rookie like Kewell..
  14. @Piethagoram so that would make it down to the players then like I said? @samwatto2008 could the rumours be true that the new lads didn't get on with the old lads from last season then?
  15. Having read Alan Hardys recent comments on reasons why he sacked Harry Kewell has brought up some interesting talk. He stated that in 2 games we played well but didn't get a result, those being against MK Don's and Swindon. While the MK game was down to a poor refereeing decision, the Swindon game was down to poor goals once again. Nolan had the talk and often gave the team a rollicking for bad performances which was a main feature during the start of the season and Harry Kewell talked a good game from the start in the post match interviews. Having said that, Hardy accepted that we played well in both games we lost v MK and Swindon. If Kewell had the team performing well then the question should be are the players to blame for both managers being sacked? and should they take some of the responsibility?

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