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CliftonMagpie last won the day on November 26 2019

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About CliftonMagpie

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    Notts, Football, Fifa.

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  1. Hello @chipmunx, welcome to PON.
  2. If he's happy playing and feels his body can, he should keep playing. The man clearly has a real love for the game.
  3. The better results have tended to come away from home, Notts have been lucky at times at Meadow Lane. Ardley needs to send them out instructed to create chances, the game plan has to be to take the lead quality. If the players defend well, play it calmly and build well I can see a good result coming.
  4. Stoke City 3-1 Swansea City Bristol Rovers 0-1 Fleetwood Town Rochdale 2-0 Gillingham Crawley Town 0-1 Grimsby Town Exeter City 2-1 Colchester United (Joker) Chesterfield 2-2 AFC Fylde Hartlepool United 1-0 Stockport County Maidenhead United 0-1 Eastleigh
  5. I'm watching cookery shows a lot at the moment, nothing specific, just whatever I can be found.
  6. It looks like a great signing, the clubs identifying players that we can afford but not risk losing, as these type of players usually come in on loan and once they go we struggle. Notts needs to invest in the right young players, get them fighting. I am very pleased with the signing of Callum Roberts.
  7. It makes sense for Nathan Tyson to get minutes, he's not guaranteed to start and it could help Notts by freeing up some money to cover elsewhere. I don't see any more signings being made though.
  8. Welcome to the community here @Darryl Broughton.
  9. I think one more signing will be made, with Tyson going out but I agree 100% that we should use the players we have at our disposal. Young players shouldn't be judged the same as experienced ones. Why are some quick to defend Enzio but harsh on Ozzy for the odd mistake? I would rather support potential, over inadequate performances. Get everyone fighting to perform well, replace those by giving others a chance. It could be that some are just tired and are in need of rest.
  10. I like Thomas Crawford has potential, I think Regan Booty is one. Alex Lacey will improve but I think it won't be by much. Despite that he's a very good player as it is. I think very few would cut it at League One level, but we have to focus on now and what if we do get back into the football league.
  11. No chance. I think he's a good player on his day, far too inconsistent at Notts. I would be surprised if a club offered 100k for him, I think Notts just has to make the best of the situation and hope he's got some more magic moments in him.
  12. Hello @BlackJin, welcome to the Pride of Nottingham. I noticed your post to the best current players with potential, are you Chinese? I don't think PON has any fans from China.
  13. I would quickly pass myself, think Dover did well as a side wanting to draw but to take the game to Notts they didn't have the quality.
  14. I don't drink before a game but I have always felt the Navi was a pub trapped in a sardine can.

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