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Pride of Nottingham are delighted to announce that we have sponsored Jonathan Forte's home kit for the 2017/18 season. The Barbados international is currently in his fourth spell at Notts County, having joined permanently from Oldham Athletic in July 2016. Prior to that, Forte had been on loan at Notts three times, in 2008 (four games, four goals), 2009 (14 games, four goals) and 2012 (10 games, five goals). This season, the Sheffield-born striker made his first appearance in the League Cup penalty shootout defeat to Scunthorpe United at Glanford Park, where he impressed up fron
So next season us Notts County fans have the option of choosing one of several sponsors on the front of the new Puma shirt, and there is also the option to get one without a sponsor. I have to say, I was skeptical with how it would work, but the club has pulled off a masterstroke - and it seems so easy and logical. Personally, I will opt for the Notts shirt with Jake Bugg's name on it - I can see it becoming a bit of a cult fashion item in the years to come. But many purists will love the idea of a shirt without sponsor, and in all fairness I would have opted for that were it no
Notts County manager Kevin Nolan cannot wait for the 2017/18 season to get underway. The Magpies start the new campaign away to Coventry City on Saturday, one of the most difficult opening-day propositions they could have asked for. Nolan acknowledges that a lot of players will be disappointed when it comes to the Notts matchday squad at the Ricoh Arena, but says everyone will get their opportunity in a busy opening month. "I'm absolutely buzzing for it now," he told the official Notts website. "The boys have been ready for a number of days so we're really looking forward to it.
Notts County manager Kevin Nolan has confirmed that Richard Duffy will captain the team this coming season. With skipper Michael O’Connor out until next year, the Magpies boss has given the armband to the Welsh defender, who penned a new contract in the summer after originally agreeing to write off a clause in his contract guaranteeing him a year’s deal. “Duffer stepped in as captain when Michael got injured last season and he was a great deputy,” Nolan told the Nottingham Post. “He leads on the pitch and he’s been fantastic in pre-season leading the boys. “Since I came into the
The start of the new EFL season is but a few days away - 72 teams playing 46 fixtures each in the Championship, League One and League Two, plus a load of cup games to boot. It'll be a slog, a marathon, and all sorts of emotions will be flying round the country as some teams hit the jackpot and others hit the mud. In this piece, Pride of Nottingham gives its predictions on who is expected to impress in League Two, from the automatic promotion candidates to the playoff hopefuls, as well as those who are expected to have a tough time staying in the Football League. And of course, looking at
It's clear that Notts need signings. Even before we played our first two friendlies, against Rolls-Royce and Basford, it was very clear. In terms of transfer activity, our three signings so far puts us 20th in League Two in terms of how many players we've brought in. At the current moment in time we can only just about fill a matchday squad. Improvements and a bit of squad depth is definitely needed. Every position, apart from left-back, needs either a new signing who is going to come into the starting XI or a new signing which will add depth. Firstly let's start in goal. Adam Collin
As per the article published earlier today, here are our 10 reasons why we at Pride of Nottingham feel Notts County could have a good 2017/18 season: 1. Revamping training facilities and securing a new location 2. The re-capture of Jon Stead and Shola Ameobi 3. Signing players on a transfer fee 4. Academy focus and emphasis on producing good talent 5. Local derbies 6. Forging stronger networking opportunities (even with our neighbours) 7. Open communication from the board and chairman 8. Kevin Nolan – A young hungry manager who se
After putting two very disappointing League Two campaigns behind us, Pride of Nottingham delves into why we feel the 2017-2018 season will finally see Notts County move forward and secure the stability which will allow the club to be a strong contender for promotion in future seasons. 1) Revamping training facilities and securing a new location The agreement to use Basford United’s facilities is a major coup for the club, the training pitches are some of the best I have seen in the lower leagues – much better than Arnold Town’s and central to Nottingham which ensures fairly straightf
Notts County have done their big kit reveal, with the public now knowing the design of all their shirts and jerseys for the 2017/18 season. On Tuesday evening, the club released a video which showed manager Kevin Nolan visiting a young fan and showing him the new home shirt. Later on in the evening, Notts published an article on their website which showcased the home, away, third, goalkeeper and training kits. As with every release of new clothing, there will always be divided opinion among fans, with some loving it, some disliking it, some not being particularly bothered.