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  1. This weekend, Notts County head to the Broadfield Stadium to face Crawley Town in League Two. The Magpies have a chance to make it eight games unbeaten in all competition should they get a result against Harry Kewell's side. History Notts County have only ever played Crawley Town 10 times in their history. The first fixture between the two was just under five years ago, on 10 November 2012. This milestone first meeting between the two, played at Meadow Lane, finished 1-1. Meanwhile the return fixture, played away on the 9th March 2013, ended as a goalless draw.
  2. Richard Duffy is happy for Notts County to be known and established as a side with a solid, watertight defence as he aims to lead the team to an eighth unbeaten game in all competitions today. The Magpies have kept four clean sheets in seven games, virtually overturning the calamity that was Coventry City away, to set up a League Two clash at Crawley Town this afternoon from the dizzying heights of second in the table. Duffy, this season's skipper for Notts, also praises his defensive partnership with centre-back teammate Shaun Brisley, and is happy enough with his tenure as captain
  3. Notts County continue to go from strength to strength, unbeaten in seven games in all competitions and sitting second in the League Two table. Up next for the Pies is a trip to Broadfield Stadium, where Crawley Town await. Pride of Nottingham spoke to Red Devils fan Jordan Knott (@JordyTekkers) to get an insight on the opposition. About Jordan: I'm 21 years old and have been a Crawley Town fan since 2002, when my dad took me to my first game at the age of 6. My all time favourite player is Matt Tubbs. Crawley are relatively new in the Football League - how do you make of yo
  4. Crawley Town boss Harry Kewell is expecting an aggressive and entertaining game between his side and Notts County tomorrow. The Magpies travel to the Broadfield Stadium at the weekend with the chance of making it eight games unbeaten in all competitions. Kewell knows Nolan well, having faced him in the Premier League in the 2000s, and is relishing the chance to take him on from the dugout this time. "It's sure to be an aggressive game, but an entertaining one as well," the Australian told the official Crawley website. "I'm sure as fellow former players who've played against
  5. Notts County have only ever played Crawley Town 10 times in their history. The first fixture between the two was just under five years ago, on 10 November 2012. This milestone first meeting between the two, played at Meadow Lane, finished 1-1. Meanwhile the return fixture, played away on the 9th March 2013, ended as a goalless draw. The record stands at six Notts wins, two defeats and two draws. Our recent record against them is very good, the Magpies winning the last four encounters (all in League Two) and six of the last seven. The last fixture took place on 28
  6. Approaching today's game against Swindon Town, Kevin Nolan has said that Jonathan Forte will start up front due to the injury suffered by Shola Ameobi. Forte offers something different in attack compared to Jon Stead and Ameobi. He is easily our fastest striker and at the minute our most prolific with two league goals, coming against Wycombe and Morecambe, and one in the Checkatrade Trophy against Everton. Pace up front is important in any league, especially in League Two. It can make all the difference, whether the striker in question is in the starting lineup trying to get you that
  7. Kevin Nolan has urged again for perspective at Notts County, reiterating the need to take each game as it comes and secure safety before reassessing the objectives for the season. The Magpies could make it eight games unbeaten in all competitions if they get a result away at Crawley Town on Saturday, with the Magpies sitting second in League Two. Despite talk among fans shifting towards promotion, Nolan insists that it's too early in the season to look ahead all the way to next May when the league reaches its decisive fixtures. He told the Nottingham Post: “When I did my initial
  8. Kevin Nolan has played down Shola Ameobi's hamstring injury, suggesting that he will not be out of action for too long. The veteran striker was forced off in Notts County's win over Morecambe last weekend and was unavailable for the midweek win over Swindon Town. Ameobi is not expected to play any part in the Magpies' trip to Crawley tomorrow, but Nolan insists his backroom team will take good care of him and should be able to establish a recovery timeline in the next few days. “We’re just taking it daily. It’s going to take a bit of time,” Nolan told the Nottingham Post. “
  9. Kevin Nolan has revealed that a "ruckus" took place between himself and Rob Milsom over the midfielder becoming sloppy in training. The current Notts County Player of the Year made his first League Two start of the season as the Magpies beat Swindon 1-0 at Meadow Lane in midweek. Nolan has already spoken numerous times of a "frank discussion" with striker Jonathan Forte, and now he has revealed that something similar took place with Milsom. “Milly was unfortunate to miss five to 10 days of pre-season with a stiff neck and we brought in a couple of midfielders in in that time,” h
  10. Notts County have made it seven matches unbeaten in all competitions thanks to victory over Swindon Town on Tuesday night. The Robins came to Meadow Lane hoping to extend their superb away record in League Two, but luckily - for us - it wasn't to be. Arguably the toughest opponent on paper for Notts so far this season since Coventry City, Kevin Nolan's charges were well drilled and well organised. The winner came midway through the first half as Olly Lancashire conceded a penalty, which Jon Stead duly rattled home. County's win puts them second in the League Two table and e
  11. Notts County have climbed to second in League Two following a solid 1-0 win over Swindon Town in Tuesday night's clash at Meadow Lane. Jon Stead's penalty just after the half-hour mark, after he was bundled over in the box by Olly Lancashire, was enough to secure the points for Kevin Nolan's charges. The result also sees the Magpies notch up a seventh unbeaten game in all competitions, which has resulted in an incredible vibe among the Black and White Army. Here is Chris's tactical analysis of the game. Was the result fair? Swindon Town fans might feel they deserved at
  12. Kevin Nolan has reiterated the importance of making Meadow Lane a difficult place for opponents to come to when they play Notts County. The club's home dressing room has been the subject of much press coverage in recent months following Alan Hardy's investment in the facilities. The away dressing rooms have also gained some coverage, albeit more on the negative side, when Accrington Stanley boss John Coleman said his side had to change "in a corridor". Nolan spoke of how, as Leyton orient player-manager, he found it very comfortable, and did not want that to be the case on his w
  13. Kevin Nolan has praised Dan Jones for his impressive performances in the last two Notts County games, describing his game against Morecambe as on "another level". The summer signing was pilloried for his mistakes in the League Two opener at Coventry City, where the hosts put three unanswered goals past the Magpies. Since then, however, Notts have steadily improved and now sit third in the table, boasting a six-match unbeaten run in all competitions. Jones has also come along nicely since his poor debut and went on to open the scoring on Saturday against the Shrimps with a well t
  14. Notts County boss Kevin Nolan has expressed his delight at having a team with strength in depth which can be arranged in a variety of different formations. The Magpies sit third in League Two and are unbeaten in six games in all competitions ahead of tonight's visit of Swindon Town. With 46 games in the league campaign plus three cup competitions, Nolan is happy to feel that he can make widescale changes and still have a competitive team out on the pitch. “We’ve been able to assemble such a good squad. We can now make five or six changes and it’s still a strong 11 which can get
  15. Kevin Nolan has urged Notts County to keep their standards high as he seeks to keep cultivating a fear factor for opposing teams who come to Meadow Lane. The Magpies are unbeaten at home so far this season and have not lost in their last six games in all competitions. Tonight, Swindon Town - a team relegated from League One last season - come to Nottingham to take on Notts, and though Nolan says it's a tough ask, he thinks his players can match them. “Swindon have won their last two away games. They obviously fancy themselves away from home,” he told the Nottingham Post. “T
  16. Kevin Nolan has hailed his Notts County charges as being "brilliant from start to finish" against Swindon Town but insists he will keep his feet on the ground despite their lofty league position. The Magpies beat the Robins 1-0 at Meadow Lane on Tuesday night, with Jon Stead rattling home a penalty in the first half, and the win sees them up to second in League Two. "I thought we were brilliant from start to finish," Nolan told the official website. "Everyone who stepped in tonight was fantastic. "Swindon threw everything at us. They're a good side and have won their last three
  17. Notts County have made it seven matches unbeaten in all competitions thanks to victory over Swindon Town on Tuesday night. The Robins came to Meadow Lane hoping to extend their superb away record in League Two, but luckily - for us - it wasn't to be. Arguably the toughest opponent on paper for Notts so far this season since Coventry City, Kevin Nolan's charges were well drilled and well organised. The winner came midway through the first half as Olly Lancashire conceded a penalty, which Jon Stead duly rattled home. County's win puts them second in the League Two table and e
  18. Notts County have climbed to second in League Two following a solid 1-0 win over Swindon Town in Tuesday night's clash at Meadow Lane. Jon Stead's penalty just after the half-hour mark, after he was bundled over in the box by Olly Lancashire, was enough to secure the points for Kevin Nolan's charges. The result also sees the Magpies notch up a seventh unbeaten game in all competitions, which has resulted in an incredible vibe among the Black and White Army. Here is some of the reaction from some of the Notts players, the manager, and the Black and White Army. Kevin Nolan
  19. Notts County have made it seven matches unbeaten in all competitions thanks to a 1-0 victory over Swindon Town on Tuesday night. The Robins came to Meadow Lane hoping to extend their superb away record in League Two, but luckily - for us - it wasn't to be. Arguably the toughest opponent on paper for Notts so far this season since Coventry City, Kevin Nolan's charges were well drilled and well organised. The winner came midway through the first half as Olly Lancashire conceded a penalty, which Jon Stead duly rattled home. County's win puts them second in the League Two table
  20. Name: Meet the Fans 17/18 - Swindon Town (12/09/2017) Category: Meet the Fans Date Added: 2017-09-13 Submitter: Chris Pride of Nottingham spoke to a number of Notts County fans and asked them a few questions ahead of the Magpies' League Two meeting with Swindon Town at Meadow Lane, which ended in a 1-0 victory for Kevin Nolan's boys. If you would like to feature, get in touch! Feel free to submit potential questions below and we will look into asking them. Be sure to subscribe, share, like and comment - Your support is greatly appreciated. Visit us on: Website: https:/
  21. Name: Highlights: Notts County v Swindon Category: Match Highlights Date Added: 2017-09-13 Submitter: Chris Notts County v Swindon Highlights: Notts County v Swindon Why not subscribe to PrideofNottinghamTV?
  22. Name: Meet the Fans 17/18 - Morecambe FC (09/09/2017) Category: Meet the Fans Date Added: 2017-09-10 Submitter: Chris Pride of Nottingham spoke to a number of Notts County fans and asked them a few questions ahead of the Magpies' League Two meeting with Morecambe at Meadow Lane, which ended 2-0 to Notts. If you would like to feature, get in touch! Feel free to submit potential questions below and we will look into asking them. Be sure to subscribe, share, like and comment - Your support is greatly appreciated. Visit us on: Website: https://prideofnottingham.co.uk/
  23. Notts County have climbed to second in League Two following Tuesday night's 1-0 win over Swindon Town at Meadow Lane. Jon Stead grabbed the winner from the penalty spot just after the half-hour mark following Olly Lancashire's foul in the box. A tough proposition for Notts, the Robins were relegated from League One last season and have adapted to life in the fourth tier well enough so far. However, their great away run came to an end in Nottingham, while County's impressive run goes from strength to strength. Notts County's official YouTube page has uploaded the highlights
  24. Notts County have edged up to second in League Two following another workmanlike performance in Tuesday night's 1-0 win over Swindon Town. Jon Stead's penalty just after the half-hour mark, after he was bundled over in the box by Olly Lancashire, was enough to secure the points for Kevin Nolan's charges. The first sighting of goal came in the eighth minute when Richard Duffy’s botched header fell to Keshi Anderson in the area, but the Swindon man volleyed straight at Adam Collin. Matty Taylor then picked out Luke Norris with a cross to the back post, but his header on the stretc

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