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  1. LOAN UPDATE | BURCHNALL, PATTERSON AND BRENNAN SPEAK AHEAD OF ALTRINCHAM TRIP
  2. Sunderland goalkeeper, Anthony Patterson has completed a short-term loan deal at Notts County. The 21-year-old arrives at Meadow Lane after regular number one shot stopper, Sam Slocombe, picked up an injury during training which will see him out of action for a few weeks. Patterson arrives following centre-back Ciaran Brennan also joining the magpies on loan - it sees the highly regarded young goalkeeper have a chance to gain further experience with head coach Ian Burchnall describing it as 'another strong addition'. "As disappointed as we are to have lost Sam." explained Ian Burchnall., "We’re delighted to have been able to add another quality loan player in Anthony, I know people at Sunderland, and they rate him really highly, as evidenced by his involvement in their first-team environment, not only this season but over the past few years. The head coach added: "He trained with the boys today, and we’ll do everything we can to fully prepare him for Altrincham. "Contact injuries like Sam’s and Connell Rawlinson’s are inevitable over the course of a long season, but to lose them both at the same time as Kyle Cameron is very unfortunate. "These are the challenge's football poses, though, and the important thing is to be prepared to deal with them, which I feel we have been." Speaking to The Northern Echo, Sunderland manager Lee Johnson said: "Anthony’s joined Notts County with a view to being involved in their game on Saturday, he’s joined on a loan, and moving to the Conference, there’s the potential for it to be a short-term loan." "Their guy has got injured, and it works well for us." He added. "It’s the level we wanted to put him at, and Notts County are obviously a big, historic club with a good stadium and fanbase. "He’s a very good goalkeeper, so it’s a gift in one sense, because he will do very well for them." 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.
  3. Notts County have completed the signing of 21-year-old centre-back Ciaran Brennan from Sheffield Wednesday until the 27th of November 2021. The Sheffield-Born player arrives at Meadow Lane as cover for Connell Rawlinson and Kyle Cameron, who are suspected to be out for two-to-three weeks after picking up injuries. Reports had been circulating that the Magpies' were interested in taking on the young defender, who is eligible to play for Republic of Ireland. "As soon as Kyle came off against Maidenhead, we knew we were going to have to dip into the loan market to add cover at the back." Said Notts County's head coach, Ian Burchnall. "We have shortlists prepared for situations like this to ensure we’re able to act quickly" "To bring in someone of sufficient quality who suits our style, Ciaran was one of the four-or-five players we looked at closely, and he came out on top. "He’s very well thought of at Wednesday and will fit in well in terms of how we want to play." Brennan who has described the loan move as 'perfect', will add defensive cover to Ian Burchnall's team. Via the official Notts County website, Ciaran Brennan said: "My brother and I were watching Notts against Wrexham on BT Sport a few weeks ago, Notts were in green, and I remember saying to him: ‘That’s the nicest kit ever – how good would it be to sign for them and wear that?! "So we both saw it as the perfect move. Now it’s happened, I can’t quite believe it!" the 21-year-old added. "I’ve been lucky enough to play at Meadow Lane before for Wednesday’s Under 23s against Forest a couple of years ago. "When we walked into the stadium, we couldn’t believe it was non-league. It’s so big, really well looked after, and the pitch is pristine. "I said to the lads there and then that it would be brilliant to get a loan move here, so I’m buzzing. "I’ve spoken to the gaffer about the style of play and had conversations with other people who know about the club, and it sounds like it’s going to suit me perfectly. "Having a possession-based approach and playing out from the back is how I’ve been schooled at Wednesday, so I feel I can slot straight in. "Getting out on loan to further my experience is something I’ve really pushed for, so now it’s up to me to grasp the opportunity and make the most of it. "I’ve not got long before the weekend – two sessions – but I train aggressively, and I’ll be trying to get straight in the gaffer’s thoughts for Altrincham." 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.
  4. Game 8 - The Robins (A) Team: Altrincham Date: 25/09/2021 Where: Moss Lane What line-up should Ian Burchnall opt for? What will be the key areas for the Magpies to get a victory? What do you think the final score will be? Have your say below, join in with the Pride of Nottingham match discussion.
  5. HIGHLIGHTS | NOTTS COUNTY v MAIDENHEAD
  6. POST-MATCH REACTION | NOTTS COUNTY 1 MAIDENHEAD 0 | ALEX LACEY
  7. POST-MATCH REACTION | NOTTS COUNTY 1 MAIDENHEAD 0 | IAN BURCHNALL
  8. INTERVIEW | A CATCH UP WITH MICHAEL DOYLE
  9. PRESS CONFERENCE | MAIDENHEAD (H) | IAN BURCHNALL
  10. HIGHLIGHTS | NOTTS COUNTY v WEALDSTONE
  11. Game 7 - The Magpies (H) Team: Maidenhead United Date: 18/09/2021 Where: Meadow Lane What line-up should Ian Burchnall opt for? What will be the key areas for the Magpies to get a victory? What do you think the final score will be? Have your say below, join in with the Pride of Nottingham match discussion.
  12. POST-MATCH REACTION | SAM SLOCOMBE | NOTTS 3-2 WEALDSTONE
  13. POST-MATCH REACTION | IAN BURCHNALL | WEALDSTONE (H)
  14. PRESS CONFERENCE | WEALDSTONE (H) | JOEL TAYLOR

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