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  1. Notts County academy manager Jon Goodman says first-team boss Kevin Nolan is supportive of the project that Goodman will be undertaking with the club's youngsters. The former Nike Academy head arrived at Meadow Lane last month tasked with revamping the Magpies academy and ensuring the young players can prosper to the point of being first-teamers. Flanked by assistant manager Richard Thomas, Goodman is now able to get to work with the academy players, now they've reported back to the club for pre-season. He told the official site: "Our remit is to develop first-team players for Notts County. "Richard will be a big help to us because he's got great experience as an academy manager at Leyton Orient and a wonderful relationship with Kevin Nolan, who is also very supportive of everything we're trying to achieve. "The manager's eyes are on the first team but he is very aware of everything that's happening underneath. "Over the years sports science has evolved enormously and I've been lucky to work with some really good support teams. "If we look at every aspect of player development, there's a scientific rationale behind the best practices. That's what we're trying to implement while remembering there's a human factor. "These are young men trying to find their way in life so everything we add to the programme is to empower them to make good decisions, have successful careers and be good people." 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.
  2. Name: Jon Goodman discusses academy manager role Category: Official Notts Videos Date Added: 2017-07-02 Submitter: Chris Notts County academy manager speaks to iFollow Notts a month into his new role at Meadow Lane. Jon Goodman discusses academy manager role Why not subscribe to PrideofNottinghamTV?
  3. Former Millwall, Wimbledon and Republic of Ireland forward Jon Goodman has been appointed as Notts County's new academy manager. The 45-year-old joins the Magpies from the Nike Academy, where he spent three years coaching and developing talented unsigned players. Goodman previously worked as head of sports science at Leeds United and Reading, and also ran a consultancy business which included Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton among its clients. He told the official Notts website: “I am really excited to begin working at Notts County as academy manager. “While working with Nike I took a keen interest in the club as I have known a number of the staff over the years. It’s also been brilliant to see the impact made by one of our former players, Jorge Grant, this season. “I have been impressed by the vision, ambition and passion of the chairman, both for the club and the academy, and I look forward to delivering a successful programme that represents our core values of integrity, hard work, competition, positivity and responsibility." Simon Clark, who was previously reported as having joined Notts as academy manager from Charlton Athletic, is now also on the books at Meadow Lane, as lead professional development phase coach. 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.
  4. So Jon Goodman is the new Notts County academy coach and Simon Clark is the lead professional development phase coach (story below). What do you know about these two? Reckon they're a good fit for Notts and can help spur our academy to the next level? Let PON know!

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