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  1. Joe McDonnell's on the floor, thank god he's at County no more.
  2. I remember the takeover talks also, but I don't remember much else about it. It seemed to go quiet.
  3. I hope the form in league starts to pick up, I see this as an unwelcomed distraction from the more important business of getting out of the league.
  4. The injury to Tshimanga will be a vital blow for them, it will be interesting to see how Chesterfield cope. Paul Cook's appointment is a little baffling to me.
  5. Notts just stopped doing what worked in the first half and found it difficult to match Grimsby's desire. A draw wouldn't have been so bad, yet to lose in the dying moments of the game after leading for so long annoys me. Ruben Rodrigues barely contributed anything positively to the game. I have seen criticism of Kyle Wootton, but I thought he had little to no service. I don't understand why the midfield didn't do their jobs better, Cal Roberts won't always have that spark to create something. I thought he was poor in the second half, very wasteful.
  6. The biggest issue is compliancy. Ian Burchnall isn't responsible completely this for this, majority of it would fall onto the players shoulders. It would be nice if Notts could be more ambitious without throwing caution to the wind, most fans have identified that we need a striker and I do think its time we played Eli Sam more, he doesn't always fit into the system. Bringing him on in the last 30 minutes, or if height was needed is fine. The midfield is by far the best Notts has had for years, defensively we could be a lot better. On paper the defence should be doing a lot better to see out games, I think Alex Lacey has been quite poor since his return from injury. I am not convinced Richard Brindley should feature as part of the three at the back. I would say we miss the fight and determination of Dion Kelly-Evans. It's almost like the players and club have resided to settle for the playoffs. If improvements aren't met, this could be more of a challenge than the reason why we departured with services with Neil Ardley.
  7. His first start will likely be Saturday, from what I have seen and read, he looks a good addition to the squad. His size will help ease pressure from the aerial threat.
  8. It has been well turned out, not just by Notts fans or ex players but people of Nottingham. Colin Slater would be humbled by the respect, its great to see.
  9. I might be the only one who thinks losing Cal Roberts wouldn't be that harmful, I actually think performances improved when he was side lined. Less emphasis on his position or creativity which hasn't quite been to his standard this season. No surprise either that his performances have lifted after this news but realistically he isn't going anywhere. There is also no way, Notts would sell a player to a team in the same situation as us. Hopefully his performances continue to impress, when he is in form it does benefit the club.
  10. Fair comments I feel, the comments about being the best team in the league is noteworthy.
  11. The Kings Lynn keeper shouldn't be beaten at his near post by that effort from Frank Vincent, brilliant goals.
  12. This win could be the turning point of our season, a good result and Cal Roberts firing in 3 goals won't hinder his confidence what with the bid from Chesterfield.
  13. Colin Slater will be greatly a missed, he will always be the voice of Notts County.
  14. Pub quizzes are fun, especially when you have to improve in order to win. Nothing beats beating a group obsessed with getting everything right.

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