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RetroPie last won the day on January 14

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  1. The squad needs to be versatile and I think Ian Burchnall needs to acknowledge that the formation might need tweaking in certain games. I suppose we have to wait and see about the signings first!
  2. I think its great Michael Doyle has agreed to play/ become the permanent assistant head coach, I just hope we learn about some potential signings to lift the spirit.
  3. If Notts recruits well and offers the new arrivals good contracts, rebuilding shouldn't be that hard but I will state that I feel Jake Reeves will be missed. Find the right players, 2/3 years should be the standard length. Giving Reeves a single year, seems this would be the case had Notts not gained promotion. I think only injury prone and aging players should be given a single year, having the option to extend helps the building process. Issue with football today, is the mass overturn of players every single season. Notts built special things in 70s by keeping a settled squad of players.
  4. I will be renewing in the next couple of days, I prefer to wait for the demand to lessen as I don't like spending hours on the phone.
  5. Next submission @Piethagoram a nice picture of Meadow Lane.
  6. Difficult league to get out of if not promoted, so I understand and wish him well.
  7. Notts must start offering extensions to players earlier, like they did with Cal Roberts. Losing Sam Slocombe will be a big hit to the squad, he's by far the best keeper in the Non League.
  8. A first year graduate then? Last I read he had been offered a deal but no news about the contract being signed. https://www.nottscountyfc.co.uk/news/2021/may/palmer-offered-pro-deal-140521/
  9. Solid win for Portugal, Ronaldo played well as did the whole squad but its to be expected consider their opposition.
  10. The club needs to sign players who can create, hold and pass. This extra bit of quality in the recruitment could make all the world of a difference on the pitch. The squad is almost there, it just needs strengthening in those crucial areas. My hopes are a fast goal scorer, a creative midfielder, a defensive midfielder, a Calvin Miller type winger and Mark Ellis.
  11. @gtownjohnno Youth team player, not yet a first year graduate I believe. I think Damian McCrory would have remained had he not been out for so long this season, good player on his day but we need to avoid players who are prone to injuries. I don't disagree with the retained list, it all makes sense.
  12. I think the club wanted to distance itself from the comments made by Moss on Enzio regarding him leaving, it will be clearly football related reasons but the PR effort has to be praised. I wish Enzio all the best with his career, as I do with the other released players.
  13. I can't disagree with the winners, well done to them and our own @DangerousSausage for scooping up the member of the year.

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