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  1. Don't forget - this round of matches kicks off tomorrow (Tuesday) at 7. Get your predictions in now! @super_ram, @william1984, @Dan, @nottsnutter, @GrannyPie, @4everapie, @magpiejue, @liampie, @barnet11uk, @jimbob, @CliftonMagpie, @KB1862, @Chris, @allardyces tash, @TheSkipper, @Alex, @Canadian, @weymouthPIE
  2. Huddersfield Town -01 Birmingham City Millwall 1-2 Preston North End Burton Albion 1-1 Bristol Rovers Doncaster Rovers 0-2 Portsmouth (joker) Tranmere Rovers 2-1 Newport County Bradford City 2-2 Mansfield Town Solihull Moors 2-1 Dagenham & Redbridge Altrincham 1-2 Woking
  3. Standing between us and a second Wembley appearance in a year are Hornchurch FC from the Isthmian League. The current club is actually a phoenix club, having reformed as AFC Hornchurch in 2005. Neither incarnation has ever played at Wembley, nor do they appear to have crossed paths with Notts before. I don't think anyone can deny we're the favourites here, as they're the lowest-ranking club left in the competition. They also have the added disadvantage that their season has been stopped, so they'll be a little ring-rusty by the time the semi-final comes around - although that didn't stop
  4. Now it's showing 2.9 MILLION views... Own up, who's been watching it on repeat?
  5. The proof is in the pudding - and in this case, the pudding is a football. In that vein, the proof would be your predictions for these fixtures. These matches all kick off at 7pm on Tuesday, so that's the deadline, and don't forget your jokers. Good luck! Huddersfield Town v Birmingham City Millwall v Preston North End Burton Albion v Bristol Rovers Doncaster Rovers v Portsmouth Tranmere Rovers v Newport County Bradford City v Mansfield Town Solihull Moors v Dagenham & Redbridge Altrincham v Woking
  6. The results: Preston North End 3-0 Huddersfield Town Luton Town 3-2 Sheffield Wednesday Charlton Athletic 0-3 Blackpool Swindon Town 2-1 Northampton Town Walsall 1-2 Bradford City Carlisle United 1-3 Oldham Athletic Bromley 3-1 Altrincham Stockport County 2-0 Chesterfield This week's winner is @william1984 with 9 points - well done! @william1984 - 9 @Megan_Elizax - 8 @Dripsey3, @nottsnutter - 7 @ARLukomski, @DangerousSausage, @barnet11uk - 6 @super_ram - 5 @GrannyPie, @jimbob - 4 @4everapie - 3 @magpiejue - 2 Our overall table looks like this:
  7. Former Notts loanee Glenn Roeder has died at the age of just 65. Older fans will remember him as a loanee from QPR at the tail end of our stint in the top flight in the 80s, when he had a dramatic impact and gave us hope of staying up. Jack Dunnett baulked at the transfer fee of 150k, and pledged to pay 75k if the fans donated the other half, giving rise to the infamous Glenn Roeder fund. We didn't sign him, and he ended up joining Newcastle for a successful stint instead while we suffered consecutive relegations. He also had a successful spell as West Ham manager, and was a coach for the Engl
  8. I know you're all busy gazing into your crystal balls / studying your sophisticated statistical systems developed by scientists at a top-secret mountain location, but I'll need your predictions in by 3pm on Saturday if they're to count! @super_ram, @Dan, @nottsnutter, @GrannyPie, @4everapie, @magpiejue, @liampie, @barnet11uk, @CliftonMagpie, @KB1862, @Chris, @allardyces tash, @TheSkipper, @Alex, @Canadian, @weymouthPIE
  9. Preston North End 1-1 Huddersfield Town Luton Town 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday Charlton Athletic 0-2 Blackpool Swindon Town 1-0 Northampton Town Walsall 0-2 Bradford City (joker) Carlisle United 3-0 Oldham Athletic Bromley 1-0 Altrincham Stockport County 0-0 Chesterfield
  10. We were missing a topic on this, so I've made one. Our fixture list changes every five minutes, so cut us some slack So tomorrow we meet Oxford City again. Our last (and only?) meeting with them was an FA Cup 2nd round match in 2017, when we squeaked through 3-2 thanks to a Jorge Grant goal in stoppage time. One man who impressed that day was Oxford defender Christian Oxlade-Chamberlain, who later joined Notts on the strength of his performance (and what a great idea that was). The Hoops were fourth in the National League South and were on a fine run when the season was voided. With 35 g
  11. In a surprising development, we're holding a prediction league round this weekend. Kick-off is 3pm on Saturday, you know what to do. Good luck! Preston North End v Huddersfield Town Luton Town v Sheffield Wednesday Charlton Athletic v Blackpool Swindon Town v Northampton Town Walsall v Bradford City Carlisle United v Oldham Athletic Bromley v Altrincham Stockport County v Chesterfield
  12. The scores from midweek (thanks a bunch Boro!): Derby County 2-0 Huddersfield Town Middlesbrough 1-3 Bristol City Bristol Rovers 1-2 Wigan Athletic Oxford United 0-1 Portsmouth Bradford City 1-0 Leyton Orient Carlisle United 2-3 Tranmere Rovers Wrexham 0-0 Hartlepool United Solihull Moors 1-2 Torquay United @liampie was this round's highest scorer, with a very steady 10 points... @liampie - 10 @super_ram - 6 @Megan_Elizax, @Dripsey3, @DangerousSausage, @barnet11uk - 5 @ARLukomski, @nottsnutter, @william1984, @magpiejue, @jimbob - 4 @GrannyPie - 3 Littl
  13. I don't think some of the more extreme doom and gloom is justified after 13 points in 6 games, but it is frustrating to work ourselves into an extremely promising position, only to slip back again. It's now very obvious that our lack of goals or attacking threat in general is a serious problem. Our only goal in the last 270 minutes of football was a long-range punt (albeit a very nice one). It's not just a lack of goals though - we just don't put the opposition under any pressure (when did we last win a penalty?) and instead rely on individual quality instead of creating chances from team
  14. It's certainly a leftfield appointment for them. He's got an experienced assistant in Mark McGhee, but there's no guarantee that a well-regarded coach will make it as a manager.

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