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  1. Tonight has been such sad news. For me, he has been the voice of Notts for both commentary and news for all of my life. I remember sitting by the radio as a kid waiting for any second half commentary or news on Notts and he was the man that always brought it, without him I would have probably ended up as a Man Utd fan!

    Tonight though has probably brought me my best ever day reading social media feeds, such great tributes show the respect that people had for him, not one bad word.

    Thank you Colin.

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  2. I remember the days of Clemence, Shilton and ( to a lesser extent) Corrigan vying for the England number 1 slot and would say the 70s was probably the last decade we had a wealth of top quality keepers compared to the rest of Europe/world.
    Post Shilton, I would only probably call Seaman a world class keeper and he was well past his best for the 2002 tournament, a bit like Shilton was in 1990.

    Pickford has done OK, but he is a good keeper, not a great one and I would probably say he has been the best since Seaman.



  3. This is great news as I thought he would be off to a league 1 club now the window has been reopened and let’s face it, he is way too good for this league.

    He gives us great balance as the RWB position has been a bit of a struggle to fill this season, not so much defensively but offensively.

    We’ve pretty much assembled a very useful first XI, my only real concern is backup for Wootton and I would prefer another backup Centre Half.


  4. Such a shame what has happened to Dover as they were always one of the strongest National league sides over the last few years.

    Notts need to get an early goal and then I can see us scoring a hatful, anything other than a win will be a disaster as we follow it with matches against King's Lynn, Barnet and Wealdstone. We should be looking at 12 points from 12 over the next four games.

  5. If the rumours are to be believed, Tshimanga is off to the Championship this January which will add to their transfer fund pot. I struggle to believe this as his goals have single-handedly won games for them this season and I think they would drop into the playoffs without him.

    I think Roberts will bide his time till the summer and then move to a league club, there is no point moving to Chesterfield who play pretty much the same system that we do.

  6. Could have been different if they had kept 11 on the pitch but we will never know and I’m not complaining. It was a definite penalty, but I’d like to see the replay as I did not see it as a deliberate handball.

    As for Wrexham, they were basically a look for set pieces and long throw into the box sort of side and reminded me a lot of a John Beck team (for those with long memories). They got lucky with the goal they scored and never really looked like getting another to be honest, apart from the pen, which was more of an error from Vincent than good play by them.

    I thought Richardson and Palmer were immense and the rest excellent, it’s bonkers watching Cameron’s ability with the ball at his feet as centre halves aren’t supposed to be able to do that!

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  7. I would say that if it is detrimental to the first XI strength, then call the game off, like all the other promotion contenders have. No point playing the game for the sake of it with a weakened side if it could mean throwing away points.

    The only reason I can see this going ahead would be for the gate receipt money.

  8. They've withdrawn as there is only a 5 day window for the game to take place after postponements. I would say that pretty much guarantees that our game will be off, or they will be forced to  play with a depleted squad (not sure what takes precedence). It was only a matter of time, before it trickled down to the lower leagues after the news of premier league clubs postponements, Maidenhead have also withdrawn from the competition for the same reasons.

  9. Pretty fair markings and I agree with @Chrisand @Elite_piethat Vincent was the MOTM. he was all over the place and his energy definitely made us more dynamic until he was burnt out and subbed. He's reminding me a little bit of Andy Hughes after he signed many years ago, raw but infectious.

    Richardson had a very good debut and looks a quality player. He was under utilised in the first half even though he was available, but we always seemed to choose a different option. He has given us much better balance and I can see him ripping Miller apart at Chesterfield as he can't defend effectively.

    I would have given the man off the match award to Wootton if he had scored a hat trick, he missed a really good chance early in the first half. and had another good chance later but headed wide. 

  10. This does look to be a bit of a coup to be honest. Bit of a weird signing though as we had just signed Parsons for a similar position, unless Brindley has picked up a knock?

    I can see this as being only for the month loan, in order to give him some game time until the football league transfer window opens up again as he does look to be too good for our level.

    Maybe we have signed him specifically with the Chesterfield match in mind?


  11. That's quality @Chris I remember that I chose Lundy originally as my profile pic because I always felt he wasn't valued that much by Warnock even though He was such an intelligent footballer and very good in the air. His partnership with Gary Mac was amazing under Mick Walker.

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  12. I very much doubt a bid would come in for him much above 50K with the knowledge that he is out of contract in the summer. I'd prefer to keep him for this season and let him go in the summer as he offers more value to the team than the money we'd receive. We won't get promoted without him, he is too important a cog and we would not find a replacement of the same calibre for the money.

  13. I used to take part in pub quizzes a few years ago, but not anymore. I found that they were becoming a bit too competitive after they were only originally done for fun. We used to win our fair share back in the day, but then you started to see serious teams forming just to win the (not that generous) prizes, so we gave up as it stopped being fun.



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  14. @Pie since 89 we were in the top flight at the time the plans went in, so I can understand the reasoning for DP to create a 20000 all seater stadium as it would have been a similar size to the old one and I seem to think that there was talk at the time of 20K being introduced as the minimum capacity allowed. 

    I was a little baffled reading this thread with members that haven't been active for ages and then I clocked the date of the posts!


  15. 18 hours ago, Countyman said:

    Kyle Hudlin did far more in those minutes he had, than Andy Dallas or Adam Rooney combined. Not the effective switch, but he gave Notts something to think about. Kyle Wootton marking him, then going down due to the collision with Hudlin was a concerning few minutes.

    It was more of a reference to his ridiculous 6ft 9inch size than footballing ability and Wootton handled him brilliantly, he just bullied him to the point that he never looked like scoring.

  16. Great game to watch from our perspective and the result was never really in doubt once we went in front, even with Solihull bringing on a basketball player in the second half!

    I thought everyone played well, although it took a while for Palmer and Roberts to get into the game and Chicksen made a couple of positional errors.

    Our first goal was pretty special, brilliant through ball, great cross and excellent finish. Also good to see Mitchell get his first league goal which he took well.


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  17. Personally thought he was very average and was a bit lost without a dominant centre half alongside him. I wish him well, but I would seriously doubt he will be good enough long term for Wednesday, especially seeing as he is already 21. He will get better as he gets older, but might need to take a step down to achieve what he wants.

  18. League two sides shouldn't hold any fear from us, in fact it looks as though there are probably at least half a dozen sides that would be comfortable in that league.

    Keep it tight at the back and nick a goal up the other end.

    Only downside of a good cup run from what I can see is that we would be putting our players in the shop window.

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