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  1. Jake Reeves has agreed a deal to join League Two Stevenage. The 28-year-old midfielder, has featured heavily for Notts County in National League and has made more than 200 English Football League appearances He made 43 appearances last season as the Magpies reached the National League play-offs, however, Reeves has activated a clause in his contract which sees him link up Alex Revell. Jake Reeves said via the Stevenage official site: "Having just played a year in the National League, it is nice to be back in the Football League with Stevenage. "I am looking forward to playing at The Lamex as a home player, because playing here away from home was always a tough gig. I know this ground quite well I have met with the gaffer a couple of times now, and ever since talking to him and learning how he wants to play and what he wants to achieve, it was a no-brainer for me". This leaves Notts County requiring to further strengthen up their midfield, after Michael Doyle has taken the assistant head coach role on a permanent basis and is expected to only feature sporadically for the magpies next season. Notts County Head coach told the Nottingham Post: "While we are of course very disappointed to be losing Jake, no one deserves this opportunity more than him. "He had a very difficult time at Bradford after joining them when they were flying high in League One and has given his absolute all for Notts County over the course of this season. We always suspected Jake would have ambitions of returning to the EFL as soon as possible, and we have been planning for this eventuality for some time. adding "While he will of course be difficult to replace, we have been assessing several players who we feel could step into his shoes and have identified a number of exciting prospects. These things take time, but we’re confident we’ll go into next season with a balanced and strong midfield." Head over to the Pride of Nottingham forum to discuss the pre-season friendlies ahead of the 2021/2022 National League Season. Fancy showcasing your brand or business on Pride of Nottingham? Click here to find out more about sponsorship and advertising opportunities with us.
  2. Interview: Doyle on joining the staff
  3. Notts County have confirmed their 2021/2022 pre-season friendlies ahead of the National League campaign. Wayne Rooney's Championship side Derby County will visit Meadow Lane on the 1st of August 2021, with the Magpies' also playing hosts to York City the following week. Tickets are expected to be made available for all the pre-season friendlies closer to each fixture. Full pre-season schedule: Coalville Town (A) - Saturday 17th July, 3pm KO. AFC Telford United (A) - Saturday 24th July, 3pm KO. Boston United (A) - Tuesday 27th July, 7:45pm KO. Derby County (H) - Sunday 1st August, 1pm KO. York City (H) - Saturday 7th August, 3pm KO. Tamworth (A) - Tuesday 10th August, 7:30pm KO. Solihull Moors (A) - Saturday 14th August, 3pm KO. Notts has also mentioned that the scheduled game against Solihull Moors could potentially be cancelled, if the club is drawn to play them in any of the opening 8 games of the National League season. Head over to the Pride of Nottingham forum to discuss the pre-season friendlies ahead of the 2021/2022 National League Season. Fancy showcasing your brand or business on Pride of Nottingham? Click here to find out more about sponsorship and advertising opportunities with us.
  4. Interview: Burchnall on retained list
  5. Notts County has announced their 2020/2021 campaign retained list. 8 players continue to be under contract heading into the brand-new season, while several participants of the team have been offered the possibility to extend their stay at Meadow Lane. Michael Doyle has actually been offered the option to remain at the club after being offered the assistant head trainer on a long-term basis, although if he does remain it will be as a registered player also. 6 players have got released, consisting of long-serving squad member Enzio Boldewijn, will unfortunately be leaving the magpies, while 5 loan spells have actually expired and have returned to their parent clubs. Released Luke Pilling Luke Steele Ben Turner Damien McCrory Jordan Barnett Enzio Boldewijn Loan players returning to clubs Mark Ellis Calvin Miller Regan Griffiths Matty Wolfe Jimmy Knowles Offered assistant head coach role Michael Doyle Under contract Alex Lacey Richard Brindley Jake Reeves Callum Roberts Ruben Rodrigues Lewis Knight Elisha Sam Kyle Wootton Offered new contract Sam Slocombe Tiernan Brooks Connell Rawlinson Adam Chicksen Dion Kelly-Evans Jim O’Brien In a statement released by the Notts County board of directors on the official website, it read:"We would like to place on record our sincere gratitude to all departing players for their efforts throughout their time at the club. "Enzio in particular has provided many special memories, including several wonderful goals, and we’re sure he will always be held in the highest regard by our supporters. "As fans will see, we are making every effort to retain a strong core of the squad which we feel performed exceptionally well towards the end of last season. "We believe an element of stability will be key to building on our excellent recent form, while we will of course be looking to make several strong new additions to the squad. We are hopeful that this will include the retention of one of this season’s loan players. "Our recruitment team have been working closely with head coach Ian Burchnall since his arrival to identify players we believe can help us realise our goal of returning to the EFL as soon as possible, and we look forward to welcoming fresh talent to the squad in the coming weeks." Magpies' head coach, Ian Burchnall will be providing his insight into the future of the squad and discussing the retained list tomorrow at the club. Share your thoughts of this topic within the Pride of Nottingham by signing up to the website, and adding your thoughts to the discussion found on the PON forum. Fancy showcasing your brand or business on Pride of Nottingham? Click here to find out more about sponsorship and advertising opportunities with us.
  6. Goal of the Season 2020-21: The Contenders
  7. The Pride of Nottingham Award Winners! Mark Ellis has claimed the Player of the Season: Elisha Sam has claimed the Goal of the Season: Game of the Season: Chesterfield vs. Notts County Mark Ellis has claimed the Signing of the Season: And finally, Member of the Season! Congratulations @DangerousSausage
  8. Goals: Torquay v Notts County
  9. Post-Torquay: Ian Burchnall
  10. Post-Torquay: Ruben Rodrigues
  11. Training: Final session before Torquay
  12. Pre-Torquay: Jake Reeves
  13. Pre-Torquay: Ian Burchnall

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