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  1. Notts County boss Kevin Nolan was one of the guests on BBC football show MOTD2 Extra on Sunday. Alongside host Garth Crooks, former Everton midfielder Leon Osman and New York Times journalist Rory Smith, he gave his thoughts on a number of football stories, including Manchester United's defeat at Huddersfield Town. On Jose Mourinho's post-match rant at the John Smith's Stadium "Mourinho was very angry with what happened. I'm sure he will have told the team what he was going to say on television. "When you are as big as Man United and results come that way he has a duty to tell the truth. Herrera said the same. They are well rehearsed. "Huddersfield was rocking before the game and the players were up for it. United's players have to realise what to expect. They have to take responsibility." On the Terriers beating United "It shows how much it meant that David Wagner said it was one of his proudest moments. "Huddersfield have set the stall out now. They have to stay at that level. If they do that they will find success. "Wagner will not have had to get his players up for that game. "I remember it when we got promoted with Bolton and beat Man United at Old Trafford. You remember everything you are told to do because you are so up for the game." On West Ham United striker - and former Newcastle United teammate - Andy Carroll "Andy Carroll is a good example of someone who trains differnt to how he plays in games. "He is around in games, 100mph, jumping into people in games but on a cold Monday morning on the training ground he has his hat on, huddling." On Tottenham Hotspur and England youngster Harry Winks "I watched Harry Winks a couple of seasons ago in a game against West Ham. He was a big part of helping Tottenham turn the game around. "Living down there, you hear a lot from Spurs fans who are excited about him. "We are League Two and we have to wait for all the business above us to be done. We get the lads on loan who have not been able to find a League One club. "When you get a gem like Winks, Pochettino has clearly realised he doesn't need to send him on loan and use him in the right way." Share your thoughts about this news story on Pride of Nottingham by signing up to the website, visiting the forum and joining in the chat with hundreds of fellow Notts County fans. Fancy showcasing your brand or business on Pride of Nottingham? Click here to find out more about sponsorship and advertising opportunities with us.

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