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Born in Stockton-on-Tees, Neal Bishop's journey in football began with Middlesbrough, though he was released by the Teessiders as a teenager. From there, he joined Northern League club Billingham Town and had two spells there either side of a short tenure at Gateshead FC. While in his first spell at Billingham, Bishop once played in a game alongside his brother Craig and father Rob due to a run of eight matches in 15 days towards the end of the 2000-01 season. Bishop continued to ply his trade in the non-league but worked his way up the food chain as he earned the captain's armb
Name: Notts County Meadow Lane fireworks against Blackpool, Saturday 29 April 2017 Category: Pride of Nottingham Date Added: 2017-05-03 Submitter: Chris Notts County decided to hold a firework display ahead of their final home game of the League Two season against Blackpool on Saturday. With the players lined up on the Meadow Lane pitch not far from the touchline in front of the Derek Pavis stand, they had their backs turned to the display on the centre circle. And right at the end, loud explosion from the cannons startled both sets of players, some of whom visibly flinched -
Who was your man of the match for Notts County against Blackpool?
Notts County have ended their programme of League Two home fixtures this season on a winning note after a 1-0 win over Blackpool at Meadow Lane on Saturday. Centre-half Richard Duffy's fourth goal of the season was all that separated the two sides as he headed into an unguarded net on 34 minutes after Blackpool goalkeeper Sam Slocombe had kept out Jorge Grant's free-kick. Pride of Nottingham was at Meadow Lane for the game and spoke to a number of fans - as it was the last home game of the season, we asked them a number of "review" type questions, such as who their favourite player h
Notts County have ended their programme of League Two home fixtures this season on a winning note after a 1-0 win over Blackpool at Meadow Lane on Saturday. Centre-half Richard Duffy's fourth goal of the season was all that separated the two sides as he headed into an unguarded net on 34 minutes after Blackpool goalkeeper Sam Slocombe had kept out Jorge Grant's free-kick. Here are the highlights from the clash against the playoff-chasing Tangerines from the official Notts YouTube channel. Share your thoughts about the highlights on Pride of Nottingham by signing up to
Richard Duffy has echoed Kevin Nolan's comments in being delighted about Notts County's winning home finish on Saturday. The Magpies fans, who have put up with a lot of grief this season, were treated to a victory in the club's last home game of the season, a 1-0 win over Blackpool. Duffy, the club's stand-in captain as Michael O'Connor recovers from injury, named several players who he thought stood out and admitted the dressing room is happy at present. He told the official Notts side: "Haydn was superb today. He did everything and more. If you hang a ball up for him, hes goin
Kevin Nolan has claimed that Saturday's League Two fixture at Meadow Lane between Notts County and Blackpool could have gone either way, but is happy to have capped off their home programme on a high note. The Magpies edged the encounter 1-0, Richard Duffy scoring on the rebound after Jorge Grant had forced the Tangerines goalkeeper into a save from a free kick. Nolan told the Notts website after the game: "I don't think it was a great spectacle and it could have gone either way. "We haven't played well but we've come out with a 1-0 win and a nice clean sheet, which I'll enjoy j
Notts County have wrapped up their home fixtures for the 2016-17 League Two season with a 1-0 win over Blackpool at Meadow Lane on Saturday. The first chance of the game came in the second minute when former Tangerine Mark Yeates curled wide of goal. Blackpool then came close to taking the lead when Adam Collin spilled what ought to have been a routine claim, but the defence cleared just as Mark Cullen looked set to tap home. The lead, however, came the way of Notts when Jorge Grant's free kick was palmed by Sam Slocombe into the path of Richard Duffy, who headed into the empty
The first fixture between Blackpool and Notts took place on 28 November 1896 at Raikes Hall, and finished 3-2 to the Lancashire side. A total of 58 games have taken place between the two sides, with Notts winning 19, Blackpool winning 24, and 15 draws. The last fixture came earlier this season, on 12 November 2016 - a humiliating 4-0 defeat for Notts at Bloomfield Road. Football had developed in Blackpool by 1877 when Victoria FC were founded as a church club with a ground in Caunce Street. This team disbanded a few years later but some of its members are understood to have