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  1. If the fans can't be confident, the team won't be! 2-0 surprise win, just a spirited performance by the lads. Nothing flash or all systems go, just taking the chances which come.
  2. I haven't seen him play yet, I am hoping he will be in the starting lineup this weekend. I can have a good look at what he brings to the team.
  3. Michael Doyle has a role to play within the Notts squad. Someone younger needs to be the creativity and advanced player, I would rather see Doyle be used as a sitting player who connects the defence to the midfield. I cringe when I see him going forward.
  4. I don't think Neal Ardley is under any pressure, I don't see the owners firing him any time soon. I just think he's getting absorbed with his own pressure and trying to by time from the fans.
  5. I'm sad to see him go, I felt he was a good player. Good enough for Notts at this level and his attitude was fine, always great around the fans.
  6. Welcome from me also @Mark159
  7. He will be a loss but there is cover, I just hope Oxlade-Chamberlain doesn't get to start in the position. I felt he was awful!
  8. Welcome @Mick90, I am fairly new here myself.
  9. I don't think you will be able to buy one, it might be best to see if a t-shirt printing shop can replicate the design or something. Welcome to PON.
  10. I think the consistency levels of performances have been quite high, a few bad performances and sometimes this effects the team overall but nothing alarming. Players who need to improve. Mitch Rose: A great player who can spread the ball well, I feel in the last month he hasn't played to the level that we are used to seeing and he needs to find that form again. Wes Thomas: I don't question his effort or application, more his ability to take perfect goal scoring chances which fall to his feet. He's been quite underwhelming with his finishing, missing sitters you would expect a striker to score and scoring ones you would suspect him to miss. Can I say Neal Ardley? He has a large squad now, with players who have done well when they've started but for some reason he decides to favour changes which does reflect on performance levels. His tactics seems to be improving but during games there is more that could influence the game in a positive way. Allowing attacking minded players to help finish games off for starters. Players who have done well. Dion Kelly-Evans: His pace and overlapping on the right hand side is a joy to watch, he looked a little small against Eastleigh who seemed to target this but overall I think he's been outstanding. Sam Slocombe: Steady hands, yes mistakes have been made but overall his presence helps the club. Nathan Tyson: Before he picked up his knock, I felt he was one of the standout player for his attitude and way he has committed to games.
  11. I might be in a small minority with actually being able to see what Neal Ardley is trying to do. His tactics are standard for the lower tiers, most managers know you have to fight for points and wins will come from that attitude. Ardley seems to be trying to get the fighting spirit up, along with expectations from the players like Enzio who has that difference in quality. It's a pressure which can send overall performances backwards, but look it's not been that bad. I think if Ardley came out and addressed Toots, it would create some slack and instead of asking for patience or expressing discontent with the pressure he has got. I would just rather see him get on with it, and focus 100% of the club. Focus on the games as they come and just expect more from the players until they give it as their standard rather than any sort of expectation.
  12. If you look at the whole picture, Notts aren't doing much wrong and those things that could be better. Given chance should improve, I think the football at times has been much better than it has been for years. I would accept a mediocre season if it came at the price of actual stability for the

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