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  1. Yes good point. There are plenty to choose from. Yeovil, Southend arguably even Grimsby have been in the 2nd tier since Notts were last there. If Notts can get some momentum and a feel good factor then who knows. I sincerely hope you’re right. Would love to see Notts rival Forest one day. Would be great for the city. If these owners believe in Notts and believe they can get there and stay there. Then why not. One thing that needs to stop is the managerial Merry go round that’s happened at Notts in recent years. It never worked anywhere. Need some stability.
  2. Some interesting points from everybody., thanks! It’s interesting Chris that you say Notts are a league 1 club at best. If that’s the case then why do they have a 20k stadium. Did they ever used to fill it? (Not including tickets for £2) If it’s assumed that they’re a league 1 club tops then surely they need to reduce the capacity to half? Demolish the Jimmy Sirrel and Haydn Green and use part of the Derik Pavis to house away fans. That’s if you’re going to accept that they’re merely a small club. Or else the only option is to do what you suggested and focus on kids, families, and ethinic communities etc to get new generations interested. Meadow Lane is a lovely stadium. Just needs filling up more.
  3. Hi, i'm new and this is my first post. My question is this: How come Notts Co don't have a similar strategy to Bradford City in order to fill their stadium and not have vast numbers of empty seats. I've lived in Nottingham for over 10 years and always looked out for Notts but have always genuinely never understood how come they don't take advantage of having a huge stadium and do season tickets for £149-£199 provided say at least 11-12k sign up to it. I would love to hear peoples views.

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