After part one of Jacob Daniel’s Big League Two Season Preview looked at who he expects to be battling relegation, we work our way up the table to assess the sides he expects to be destined for mid-table.
The unfortunate injury to Mason Bennett, prematurely ending a promising loan spell from Derby, has plunged Notts into the familiar position of scrabbling around for suitable strikers. With the ageing Stead and Ameobi struggling to meet the demands of two-game weeks the loan of Bennett, a player combining the intoxicating mix of both strength andContinue reading “Strikingly Similar Story”
Well, that was fun. Wycombe has proven to be a happy place for Notts in recent years – a Shola-inspired three points last year, a battling 2-2 draw with ten men the year before and that incredible 4-3 win the time before that – and Saturday can be added to the list of enjoyable tripsContinue reading “Another enjoyable trip to the industrial estate”
The defeat at Coventry really was awful, wasn’t it? Minimal creativity throughout, not one shot on target, and a defence that looked like they’d first met in the changing room half an hour before kick off, ultimately ensuing in another opening day defeat and a real kick in the teeth. For some, it wasn’t aContinue reading “Optimism restored after Iron battle”
Notts County delivered by far their best home display of the season to give them their first win of the new Hardy/Nolan era and their first victory of any kind since November.
All football fans want a hero to idolise. It’s why we follow the game. We support our club first and foremost, but it’s made all the more bearable by having a player who will stand out above the rest and make the difference.