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  1. It would be a concern if we lost Sam Slocombe, with Jake Reeves departing it looks like a total rebuild in those crucial areas.
  2. Fantastic news, time to reinforce the midfield - sign another quality striker and see how things are from there.
  3. It's a big loss, good player who had a brief struggle with his performances but came out better as did the squad. If any believes this isn't a loss, than I hope they're ready to give any new signings the time to settle.
  4. Enzio Boldewijn Thank you for the goals and some of the better performances you put in.
  5. Wing, midfield, centre back and wing backs are the crucial areas. Notts would benefit from signing one or two strikers, preferably someone with National League experience.
  6. I wish him all the best, I hope he proves the doubters wrong and gets Solihull Moors promoted.
  7. Reeves, Ellis or Rodrigues are the players I had to choose between, ended up going with Ruben.
  8. Great posters, all deserve credit but I have voted for the person I feel deserves this and that is @Piethagoram.
  9. If you change the scope of what we know, how many good young players would've been lost over the years? Would Steven Gerrard broken through in an Everton squad? Lots of youngsters would've been lost. Interesting notion though.
  10. There's an unhealthy desire with football in general that every player should be a world beater. Signing the likes of Kyle Wootton and Cal Roberts is a new one for Notts, unearthing talent that have the potential to grow with the clubs stature but I do agree that there is a need for players who just put in a reliable shift. I always thought Terry Hawkridge put in a satisfactory performance, he might not be the best but he worked hard.
  11. The start hasn't been ideal, but if anyone thought that this season would be clear cut and easier to sack a manager to improve things than I feel its a mistaken belief. Can we not wait until 10-13 games in before turning on the squad and players? Both are to blame for the results on the pitch, its not just one or the other. I have found every recent Notts manager frustrating, people said much of the same about Neal Ardley as they did about Kevin Nolan. I would still prefer to have Neal Ardley has the manager.
  12. Who are the top 5 strikers that you've seen play for Notts County?
  13. Rodrigues should play as an AM, play him just behind the strikers in an attacking role. It would be a lot of work for him, as he would need to pull back and cover with Doyle. This is why it would be good to have 2 wingers who could actually defend, not a luxury. I mean Roberts is perfectly fine but Ardley spoke about wanting us to attack in a line. There's very little support currently for those out wide.
  14. If the UK actually closed properly during the lockdown, stopping flights and kept the borders restricted the virus could have been starved. Every nation has a duty to fight it. This will be around for at a few years I feel, living with it and, allowing the vulnerable to self-isolate is the way forward. After this "second wave", more needs to be done in order to get to grips with it.

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