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  1. Adam Collin has declared himself pleased with his performances so far this season for Notts County and believes that he can hang onto the number one jersey providing he keeps doing what he's doing. The 32-year-old has started each of his side's five League Two games in the current campaign and has kept two clean sheets in that time. Although Kevin Nolan brought in two goalkeepers this summer in in Branislav Pindroch and Ross Fitzsimons, who have played in the cup competitions so far, Collin is unfazed by the competition. “I am delighted with my own form and have been since the gaffer came in,” he told the Nottingham Post. “I’m just trying to be as consistent as I can. “The gaffer always said I was his number one since he walked through the door, which gives you loads of confidence. That’s never changed in my eyes and I am just getting on with the job. “I know there’s people wanting to take my place and it was the same with (Scott Loach) last year. “We’ve bought Bran and Ross in and they are ready to come in at any time. So that keeps me on my toes. Only one of us can play but I know if I keep doing what I am doing I’ll be playing every week.” 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.
  2. Scott Loach has confirmed that he is leaving Notts County. The 28-year-old goalkeeper will see his deal at Meadow Lane expire in the summer, and he will not be offered a new contract by the club. Loach spent the latter part of the season on loan at York City in the National League, with the Minstermen suffering relegation on the final day of the season. He is quoted by the Nottingham Post as saying: "I have loved every minute of my time at the club and it's been a pleasure to play for them. "The fans have been different class with me and I wish the gaffer and the lads all the best for next season. "Given the way they ended the season, I expect them to really kick on. It's a great club. "But it's going to be a new challenge for me somewhere else. I am 28 and I do need to be playing." 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.
  3. With Scott Loach out on loan at York City, Notts County have turned to Joe Searson as their second-choice goalkeeper. The 18-year-old has been on the bench over the last few games, and he has received praise from first-choice custodian Adam Collin. Collin told the Nottingham Post: "Joe has done really well. Since the manager came in and Norm (Mark Crossley) became goalkeeping coach, they have wanted three goalkeepers in training every day. "Joe has been involved with myself and Scott Loach on a full-time basis. He is progressing really well, he's a good young pro and I am sure he has got a bright future ahead of him." Anybody seen Searson in training or in youth games? What is he like? Do you reckon the opportunity of first-team football is warranted at this stage, or should he be given more time to develop in the academy?
  4. Notts County goalkeeper Scott Loach has expressed surprise that Vadaine Oliver did not remain at Meadow Lane or switch to another Football League club in January. Oliver completed a loan switch to the Magpies at the start of the season, but returned to parent club York City early in the year after one goal in 25 appearances. Since then, he has scored five times and recorded four assists in 14 outings for the Minstermen, who are in the National League. Loach, who has made a loan switch to Bootham Crescent, told the York Press: “I can’t believe Vadaine didn’t stay at Notts County or isn’t playing at another League club, but there are some good players at this level when you look at the likes of Newts (Sean Newton) as well. “Dagenham also had some decent lads on Saturday, as do clubs like Lincoln and Forest Green. But that’s football - where you play can sometimes come down to other circumstances. “Not only is Vadaine a good target man, but he also works hard and keeps going. If he doesn’t win the first header, he goes for the next one and I think it will be good for him learning off Jon Parkin, who’s a similar player, but has been there and done it.” 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.
  5. Kevin Nolan says Scott Loach's loan move to York City will enable him to keep tabs of the goalkeeper in first-team action and make a decision on him at the end of the season. The 28-year-old former England Under-21 international, who has made just seven appearances for the Magpies this season, sealed the switch to Bootham Crescent on Wednesday. Nolan admits that Loach, whose deal at Meadow Lane is up at the end of the season, was desperate to play first-team football, but has been "first class" in biding his time as Adam Collin's deputy. "Loachie was desperate to play and be number one somewhere so he could get some games under his belt," Nolan told the Nottingham Post. "After York rang us yesterday (Wednesday) we just thought it would be an opportunity for him to go and do that. "We can have a look at Joe Searson as well and then we can make a decision on them come the end of the season. "I must admit Loachie has been first class since I came in. There's not been one whimper. All he's wanted to do is play games. "But with Adam's form he's found that difficult. When York came along, I just thought it would be best for us and for him to go and play. "It gives me a chance of getting a few tapes of him playing week in, week out, and then we can make a decision on him." 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.

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