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  1. POST-MATCH REACTION | TAMWORTH 0 NOTTS COUNTY 0 | IAN BURCHNALL
  2. Notts County are not playing in the league this weekend because they will be taking on Tamworth when they take part in the FA Cup fourth round qualification. The first round of the famous competition will be up for grabs when they meet on Saturday at 3pm. Notts head coach Ian Burchnall is relishing the challenge his players will face, which he warns them about. Speaking to the Nottingham Post, Ian Burchnall said: "It's obviously a historic competition, and it's one that everybody wants to get as far as they can in." "I've been involved in a lot of cup competitions where we've faced lower division opposition, and it's always a challenge," Burchnall added. "Certainly for Tamworth to get to where they are - just one step away from the first round proper - is huge for them and I know what a big game it's going to be for them. "So it's one where all bets are off, really. When you play teams from different divisions, certainly like this when you play away, they are never, ever easy games. "So, no doubt, it's going to be an entertaining game. "I always remember watching FA Cup finals with my dad - Abide With Me and all that sort of stuff at the start - and it's always good memories of the FA Cup," he said. "Growing up, I was following Leicester, and they never did so well in it - until, obviously, last season! "I just remember a lot of different games in cup competitions where lower league opposition challenged the top leagues, and we all hope that, with us being a lower league team right now, that we can progress in the competition, and go and challenge against some of the bigger boys. That's the dream." He added. "We had people watching when they played at home against Stourbridge. It was a very good performance, "I think they've got good players. They are obviously very well-drilled and well-organised. "So that provides its own problem, away on an artificial pitch, so we certainly can't underestimate the game." said Burchnall "They are never, ever, ever easy games, of course, we're going there as big favourites but, to be honest, we're dealing with that most weeks. "We're going in with the weight of expectancy on our shoulders. "So, for me, I hope we can progress through and then be an underdog every now and again, against bigger opposition." 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. PRESS CONFERENCE | TAMWORTH (A) | IAN BURCHNALL
  4. Notts County have confirmed the loan extension of Sunderland goalkeeper, Anthony Patterson. The 21-year-old originally signed for the magpies as a short - term cover for regular number one Sam Slocombe, who picked up an injury during training back in September. We have extended Anthony Patterson's loan deal until 9 January. Via the clubs official site, head coach Ian Burchnall said: "We'd like to say a big thank you to Sunderland for agreeing to let Anthony stay with us, "He gives us very strong competition and both he and Sam will benefit from being pushed hard by each other every day. "Our involvement in the cup competitions, which Anthony will be eligible for, makes the autumn/winter period a busy one for us, so this move ensures we have excellent cover to see us through." It is believed that Anthony Patterson, still forms part of Ian Burchnall's plans within the National League - despite Sam Slocombe expecting to make his full return soon. 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.
  5. FA Cup Qualifying - The Lambs (A) Team: Tamworth Date: 16/10/2021 Where: The Lamb Ground 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.
  6. Notts County manager, Ian Burchnall had to patch up his side after the club was hit with several injuries to his first-team. Defender's Connell Rawlinson and, Kyle Cameron both suffering injuries which saw the magpies' bring in Ciaran Brennan, despite the return to popular centre back Alex Lacey who has since picked up a knock himself. The injuries coincided with a run of poor form for Notts, as they lost 3 games back-to-back, but magpies boss Ian Burchnall has cause for celebration with several key players close to making their full return. "I expect him back by the Stockport game," said Notts County, head coach Ian Burchnall. "I hope so, but we have to just scan the knee, he took a bad blow on the knee a few weeks ago, and we've kind of patched him up, because you know Connell Rawlinson has been away with his injury and, Kyle Cameron has been away. "Alex Lacey was probably the lowest risk to get back on the pitch but after those two games in quick succession, he was really struggling on Wednesday, so we just decided that we couldn't risk it today we had to rest him." He added, "Hopefully that we can give him now, maybe the FA Cup game off and prepare him for Stockport. "Connell Rawlinson should be back ready for the FA Cup game, Kyle Cameron's back, he came through that really well." Due to an injury to Sam Slocombe, Notts brought in highly-rated youngster Anthony Patterson. Although the injury to Slocombe was picked up in training and, considered to not be serious, the magpies' acted swift to bring in cover for the suspected 3-week absence of the regular shot-stopper. "Sam Slocombe should be back as well, so it's starting to look bright from that front, but again you know Adam Chicksen's playing through, He's got a bad rib injury, he came off. "To be honest, he was in a lot of pain before the game." Before expanding "I think against Woking he fell into the post and, we don't know if it's broken or not. "It's very, very sore in the ribs and, he's playing through the pain barrier for us. So we had to get him off, it was too much by the end and, hopefully we can give him a rest now. "Joel Taylor pulled up with just a tight groin yesterday, so again, we need to treat him with Adam Chicksen struggling, a little bit. We hope that we can get him back ready for the FA Cup." 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.
  7. HIGHLIGHTS | YEOVIL v NOTTS COUNTY
  8. Notts County returned to winning ways, after a spell of 3 defeats in a row as the magpies' lost to Altrincham, Woking and Halifax. Head Coach, Ian Burchnall expressed his relief after beating Yeovil Town 2-0 away from home at Huish Park. The win saw Notts move just a single place in the National League, from 10th to 9th, but comes at a time when fixtures are becoming increasingly harder on paper, with Stockport County next up to face the Nottingham club. During his post-match press conference, Head Coach Ian Burchnall said: "Very relieved, yeah, especially after the kind of week, or so that we've just had really disappointing results and the nature of them as well. "So really happy to get a strong away performance, and kind of put that behind us and, hopefully, kick on now. "I think we needed to see a reaction from the last game, we talked about it and that the way we finished the game and that the nature of that game really hurt us." He added, "That showed today, that we came out, and it was a good footballing performance. "Very spirited fighting performance as well, with some very good individual gameplay in there as well. "We've talked about and addressed it and I think we've discussed why that happened, and what we should do if we get in that situation again. "I thought when we were one nil up, I thought we managed the game well at one nil, we didn't stress, we didn't show signs of panic in there. "We stayed very calm and then, even after two nil, you see, we kept the ball in their half, instead of stressing, and I think we just saw the game out in a much more mature way." Notts County forward, Ruben Rodrigues has stepped back into the spotlight initially after the suspension to team-mate Cal Roberts, by becoming the club's current highest goal scorer in the National League with 6 goals. "Four in his last three, he could have had more today. He knows he should have shot before half-time. "Great performance from him, on and off the ball, I thought he defended very well for us, from the front and found the spaces between the lines very well, and was a constant threat, so yeah happy with him in goalscoring form." Next up, Notts will play Tamworth in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup, but return to league action against Stockport County on October 23rd. 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.
  9. POST-MATCH REACTION | YEOVIL 0 NOTTS COUNTY 2
  10. POST-MATCH REACTION | YEOVIL 0 NOTTS COUNTY 2 | IAN BURCHNALL
  11. PRESS CONFERENCE | YEOVIL (A)
  12. After Halifax's victory over Notts County, Ian Burchnall had this to say "We got caught up in a lot of the nonsense." The players on both sides became involved in shoving at the full-time whistle, which saw Shaymen come from two goals to win 3-2 with 10 men. Despite having fewer players on the field, Halifax made an impressive come-back. After a fiery encounter that led to Tom Bradbury being sent off for appearing to raise his hands at Ruben Rodrigues, order was eventually restored in the second half, as the teams made their way back down the tunnel. "I didn't see red," Ian Burchnall said in his post-match comments. "Things were said to me on the touchline that I wasn't happy with. I was polite to everybody, but then I don't think I deserved that. "I said to them at the end that I didn't feel that was the case, things were said in the heat of the moment. "There were a bit of handbags at the end, but it was no big deal." Burchnall's misery worsened when he watched an offside goal ruled out, to make the score remain 2-2, with Ciaran Brennan’s header getting cancelled out as the referee noticed an infringement in the penalty box. "I've seen it again," he said. "The referee said there was a foul on the goalkeeper, but I can't see it, the angle I've seen it from isn't great, so I'll have to see it again. "But the problem is that, after the red card, it is sometimes easy to just give something if there is just half a foul in there. "I said after the Woking game how physical they were attacking the ball. We did that, but it's a foul on us. "I was disappointed because I felt we had a winner there. Still, after that, we've got to ensure we don't lose the game." 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.
  13. PRESS CONFERENCE | YEOVIL (A) | IAN BURCHNALL
  14. HIGHLIGHTS | HALIFAX TOWN v NOTTS COUNTY

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