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  1. Kevin Nolan is hoping that Notts County's impressive work with loan players will lead to more clubs sending their up-and-coming prospects over to Meadow Lane. Jorge Grant and Ryan Yates have been a revelation with the Magpies so far this term - the latter sadly no longer with the Magpies - while over the last few years, the likes of Marc Bola, Jack Grealish and Callum McGregor have also thrived at the club. “I am hoping people can see what we are doing with these loan players,” Nolan told the Nottingham Post. “The ones we have taken from Premier League clubs have all gone back b
  2. So we've had a quite interesting transfer saga at Notts County this summer. No, not that one. The one of Jorge Grant. After an impressive loan spell at Meadow Lane that year, would he join Notts permanently? Would he pen a new contract at Nottingham Forest? Or would he join another club (permanently or on loan) altogether? As it turned out, it was the second best option on the plate - a new contract at the City Ground, but a one-year loan at the Lane. As we look forward to a full season with the dynamic midfielder, Pride of Nottingham has gone over some other players who ha
  3. Mark Fotheringham spent the 2013-14 season at Notts County and played alongside two of the brightest Magpies loanees in recent history, Callum McGregor and Jack Grealish. He has recently done an interview published by the Birmingham Mail where he talked about both prospects, and he claimed that his countryman is a better prospect than the Villa winger. “Jack Grealish was actually on loan at Meadow Lane at the same time and Callum outshone him and he’s been touted for England and rated at millions of pounds," he said. “And if that’s the sort of price tag on Jack’s head then I wou
  4. Jorge Grant has definitely proven himself to be a cut above, with his performances and goals, but the question is - is he the best loanee you've seen at Notts County in recent years? Who would you say is the best - Grant, Jack Grealish, Callum McGregor or someone else? Let's hear your thoughts.
  5. Notts County's hopes of keeping Callum McGregor have received some encouragement from Celtic boss Neil Lennon. The Magpies retain a strong interest in the Hoops midfielder, whose loan deal expired last week. McGregor was in the stands to watch the 2-1 home win against Sheffield United at the weekend and even trained with the rest of the squad ahead of that victory. The 20-year-old's performances for Notts have attracted the interest of other clubs but Lennon appears open to the idea of an extended stay with Shaun Derry's side. "We are quite happy with the situation there and the reports
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