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  1. Horrible news, its good that they have managed to gain some support and hopefully its beaten.
  2. Being at Meadow Lane will be a blessing I feel, not that there's much home advantage these days without the fans. I can see Notts winning 2-1.
  3. Something tells me Notts should try to score from headers more often, our set pieces could be much better actually.
  4. QPR 1-1 Rotherham United Stoke City 3-1 Norwich City Joker Accrington Stanley 2-2 Crewe Alexandra Doncaster Rovers 0-1 Blackpool Barrow 1-2 Oldham Athletic Exeter City 0-0 Colchester United Altrincham 0-1 Bromley Wrexham 1-0 Sutton United
  5. It shows a level of forward thinking by Notts, especially Neal Ardley who will no doubt see Cal Roberts as a key member of the squad. I forget the last time Notts managed to extend a player I felt would likely move on.
  6. You would think I didn't want to win this! Northampton Town 2-0 Accrington Stanley (Joker) Shrewsbury Town 0-1 Swindon Town Carlisle United 0-0 Cheltenham Town Colchester United 0-1 Leyton Orient Harrogate Town 1-1 Crawley Town Barnet 2-1 Bromley Altringham 1-1 Aldershot Chesterfie!d 1-3 Maidenhead United
  7. My mystic ball says we will draw 2-2 against them. That will be the only result they will get and will see them only knock up that single point. No doubt it will feel like a win to them.
  8. Mate it's a good read to see that you are feeling happier within yourself.
  9. I don't get the argument when some say supporters are following Neal Ardley blindly, he's not the worst manager Notts have had, not by far and I do feel we're lucky to have him. I think the majority get that the club are still in transition. Notts has adapted to life in the Non League but it's not predictable, it isn't easy and the only managers that get promotion from this have something about them which most don't have about them. I think Ardley for the most part has this, he's enjoyed promotion and he's still a young manager in truth. I'm not suggesting this as an excuse but
  10. Disappointing but no real surprise, I still think Notts could have won them had the game not be postponed. More time for training now!
  11. I might be breaking these up into a few sittings.
  12. A winning streak would make a difference, but realistically if we can grab 10 points from the next 4 games I will be happy. Better form should come once other clubs start needing to balance things.
  13. I would normally laugh, but I do feel sorry for them. They've got a good squad but they've done the same as us when we tried to force promotion.
  14. I need a good round here to stay in the lead! Preston North End 0-1 Birmingham City QPR 2-0 Cardiff City Joker Portsmouth 1-1 Charlton Athletic Wigan Athletic 2-0 Northampton Town Cheltenham Town 0-1 Forest Green Rovers Stevenage 1-1 Grimsby Town Yeovil Town 1-0 Chesterfield Bromley 0-0 Eastleigh

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