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Dripsey3 last won the day on December 3 2020

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  1. QPR 1-1 Derby Gillingham 3-1 Rochdale (Joker) Ipswich 1-2 Peterborough Portsmouth 2-1 Hull Leyton Orient 1-1 FGR Port Vale 2-2 Walsall Chesterfield 1-2 Wrexham Dagenham 1-0 Kings Lynn
  2. Hello? Is this on? Sorry, a weak attempt at humour...... Must win game for us. Can't afford to lose anymore ground in the title race. Torquay are a decent side but Notts should be beating them at home. 2-1 to Notts I reckon.
  3. Blackburn Rovers v Stoke City 1-1 Bristol City v Preston North End 1-2 Plymouth Argyle v Crewe Alexandra 2-1 Rochdale v Wigan Athletic 2-1 Leyton Orient v Morecambe 1-1 Newport County v Salford City 2-1 Maidenhead United v Yeovil Town 3-2 Wrexham v Dover Athletic 2-0 (Joker)
  4. I'd imagine he's trying to protect his wife? Imagine if she got COVID and had to be hospitalized, you'd be faced with trying to look after a new born without his/her mother. That's a nightmare. I honestly don't know how you would resolve this issue, I don't envy the club.
  5. Rochdale v Crewe Alexandra 1-2 Ipswich Town v Swindon Town 2-0 (Joker) Port Vale v Grimsby Town 2-1 Salford City v Colchester United 1-1 Scunthorpe United v Bradford City 1-1 Altrincham v Sutton United 1-2 King's Lynn v Halifax Town 0-1 Bromley v Chesterfield 2-1
  6. It's not the lack of strikers that's the problem, it's how NA uses them is the real issue. One up front at home is a real head scratcher, especially given the options to play 2 up front. With 2 you can close teams down and stop them playing out from the back and there's a high chance you'll win the ball back high up the pitch and with the attacking options we have, we'll score more often that not. I don't understand NA's cautious approach. I'd like to see him trying to win a game instead of trying to avoid defeat. He should have confidence in the players.
  7. The ship has been steadied and things are certainly better off the pitch. Notts are underachieving on the pitch IMO. Take Dover away which we lost because we weren't brave enough to push forward and go the win. We got punished. We weren't brave enough at home to Hartlepool in the first half. We got punished. I don't think we learn from our mistakes. That's not progression.
  8. Happy New Year all. My mother passed away in January. Then COVID. I was lucky in that I can work from home so I will be doing that until July 31st. I have a routine and it works well.
  9. Millwall v Coventry City 2-1 (Joker) Swansea City v Watford 1-1 Hull City v Charlton Athletic 1-1 Swindon Town v Wigan Athletic 1-2 Leyton Orient v Salford City 0-1 Mansfield Town v Port Vale 2-1 Chesterfield v Solihull Moors 2-1 Woking v Aldershot 2-1
  10. Teams should fear coming to Meadow Lane. They don't because they have a fair idea of how Notts will play. We give up the initiative and good teams take advantage.
  11. Gone exactly as I thought it would. Notts off the pace, Hartlepool playing with confidence. I'd expect Notts to pick up in the 2nd half. I think we'll pick up at least a point.
  12. Huddersfield 0-1 Blackburn Luton 1-1 Bristol City Plymouth 2-1 Oxford (Joker) Shrewsbury 2-1 Blackpool Northampton 1-2 Gillingham Barrow 1-1 Tranmere Colchester 1-0 Cheltenham Bradford 2-1 Port Vale
  13. I'm a little apprehensive about this one. The monkey hangers are on form. They hammered Stockport 4-0 and beat Halifax 3-1. Notts will be coming in cold. It's a game Notts should be winning but.....
  14. King's Lynn are bottom feeders in this division. They will do well to stay up. They have conceded 30 goals in 13 games and only scored 17. They haven't won in their last 3 league games. I'd be very disappointed if we lost this game. 3-0 to Notts is my guess.

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