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The Mag | Official Matchday Programme of Notts County | Issue 1 Notts County vs Maidenhead United | Vanarama National League Saturday 6th August, 2022 | KO 3pm | Meadow Lane

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Saturday 6 August 2022 — 3pm

Vanarama National League

Meadow Lane

OFFICIAL MATCHDAY PROGRAMME — £3 ISSUE — #02


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SATURDAY 6 AUGUST 2022 — KICK-OFF 3PM

VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE

— THE WAIT IS OVER – league action is back, with

Maidenhead United our visitors this afternoon!

This weekend's edition brings you our new head coach's first

column and a run-down of our six summer signings.

You can swot up on our fellow Magpies on page seven and, for

those of a sentimental persuasion, Mick Chappell takes another

‘peek at the past’ on 18.

Enjoy the game and the Mag – and we’ll see you back here

for the televised visit of Chesterfield on Saturday 20 August

(5.20pm).

NOTTS COUNTY FOOTBALL CLUB

HONOURS LIST:

DIVISION 1: BEST EVER SEASON: THIRD: 1890-91, 1900-01

DIVISION 2: CHAMPIONS: 1896-97, 1913-14, 1922-23

RUNNERS-UP: 1894-95, 1980-81

PLAY-OFF WINNERS: 1990-91

DIVISION 3 (SOUTH): CHAMPIONS: 1930-31, 1949-50

RUNNERS-UP: 1936-37

DIVISION 3: CHAMPIONS: 1997-98

RUNNERS-UP: 1972-73

PLAY-OFF WINNERS: 1989-90

DIVISION 4: CHAMPIONS: 1970-71 RUNNERS-UP: 1959-60

LEAGUE 2: CHAMPIONS: 2009-10

FA CUP: WINNERS: 1894 RUNNERS-UP: 1891

FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP: BEST EVER SEASON: ROUND 5, 1964, 1973, 1976

ANGLO ITALIAN CUP: WINNERS: 1995 RUNNERS-UP: 1994

NOTTS COUNTY v MAIDENHEAD UNITED

NOTTS COUNTY

FOOTBALL CLUB

MEADOW LANE, NOTTINGHAM, NG2 3HJ

TELEPHONE: 0115 952 9000

EMAIL: OFFICE@NOTTSCOUNTYFC.CO.UK

WEBSITE: WWW.NOTTSCOUNTYFC.CO.UK

FACEBOOK FACEBOOK: /NOTTSCOUNTYFOOTBALLCLUB

TWITTER TWITTER: @OFFICIAL_NCFC

INSTAGRA INSTAGRAM: NOTTSCOUNTYFC

YOUTUBE- YOUTUBE: OFFICIALNCFC

TIKTOK TIKTOK: NOTTSCOUNTYOFFICIAL

BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

CHAIRMAN: CHRISTOFFER REEDTZ

DIRECTORS: ALEXANDER REEDTZ,

RICHARD MONTAGUE, JASON TURNER

HONORARY PRESIDENT: DEREK PAVIS (1930-2017)

HONORARY VICE-PRESIDENTS:

JOHN MOUNTENEY (1935-2014)

JACKIE SEWELL (1927-2016)

COLIN SLATER MBE (1934-2022)

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS:

VIVIEN PAVIS, IAN ROBERTS

STAFF DIRECTORY:

CHIEF EXECUTIVE: JASON TURNER

HEAD COACH: LUKE WILLIAMS

ASSISTANT HEAD COACH: RYAN HARLEY

GOALKEEPER COACH: TOM WEAL

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH: IAN HUTTON

HEAD OF MEDICAL SERVICES: CRAIG HEIDEN

SPORTS THERAPIST: JANE JACKSON

KIT AND EQUIPMENT MANAGER: LEWIS SALEEM

FIRST TEAM TACTICAL ANALYST: JOAO ALVES

CLUB DOCTOR: DR ROHI SHAH

ACADEMY MANAGER: DAN LEIVERS

HEAD OF COMMERCIAL: JORDAN WORTHINGTON

MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER:

NICK RICHARDSON

STADIUM OPERATIONS MANAGER:

DAVE LANGTON

RETAIL MANAGER & LIFELINE COORDINATOR:

LYNN LAWSON

FINANCE MANAGER: RACHEL DILKS

TICKETING MANAGER: ELLIOT DONNELLY

SALES MANAGER: ANNA KING

THE MAG:

EDITOR: NICK RICHARDSON

CONTRIBUTORS: NEIL RICHARDSON

PHOTOGRAPHY: JOHN SUMPTER,

RITCHIE SUMPTER, DAN WESTWELL,

RICHARD DAVIES, JOHN ANDERSON,

NOTTINGHAM POST, JOE RAYNOR

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may

be reproduced by any means without the written

permission of the copyright owners. Although every

effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the

contents of this publication, the publishers cannot

accept responsibility for any errors or omissions. Any

opinions expressed are the views of the contributor

themselves and not those necessarily of Notts County.

The Mag is designed and produced on behalf of

Notts County by Ignition Sports Media

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The Club operates and carries out its activities

through the following commercial entity: Notts

County Football Club Limited, Meadow Lane Stadium,

Meadow Lane, Nottingham, NG2 3HJ

COMPANY NUMBER: 04789632

VAT NUMBER: 828477978

The Club is a member of the Vanarama National

League and is therefore subject to the League’s rules

and regulations. The following individuals own a

significant interest in Notts County Football Club

Limited, as defined in National League Rule 2.13:

Christoffer Reedtz, Alexander Reedtz

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head coach's notes

LUKE WILLIAMS

It gives me great pleasure to be writing my first set of programme

notes as head coach of this fantastic football club and I’d like to

place on record my gratitude to our owners, Chris and Alex Reedtz,

for giving me the opportunity to take on this very exciting role...

— WORKING CLOSELY alongside my

assistant and good friend Ryan Harley,

I’ve loved every minute so far and I’m

really excited that our league campaign is

finally here.

A big thank you to all the backroom staff

who have made our transition into the club

so easy and enjoyable, and for helping

Ryan and I deliver what we believe has

been a very beneficial pre-season training

programme to the players.

“WE’RE DELIGHTED TO BE

KICKING OFF THE NEW

CAMPAIGN IN FRONT OF

OUR OWN SUPPORTERS,

WHO WERE MAGNIFICENT

AT OUR FRIENDLY

AGAINST NOTTINGHAM

FOREST LAST WEEK”

The lads have been worked hard, with

double training sessions affording us

the time to prepare them physically and

tactically, and we’ve been really pleased

with the way they’ve applied themselves.

Of course, as any coach would tell you,

there is still a huge amount for us to work

on but I’m confident the boys understand

what we expect of them and are ready to

hit the ground running.

At the time of writing, Connell Rawlinson

is our only guaranteed absentee this

afternoon after we received the good

news earlier this week that the injury

Macaulay Langstaff sustained at York is

nothing serious. That leaves the squad

in good shape but, as always, Ryan and

I will continue to work closely with our

recruitment team to assess how we may

be able to improve in certain areas.

Perhaps the only real disappointment of

the summer so far is the departure of Cal

Roberts to Aberdeen.

I really enjoyed my brief time working

with Cal, who is a magnificent technician,

but the club received a very good offer

and we were never going to stand in his

way of playing top-flight football. We wish

him well and look forward to seeing who

seizes the opportunity to step into his role

in the early part of this season.

We’re delighted to be kicking

off the new campaign in front of

our own supporters, who were

magnificent at our friendly against

Nottingham Forest last week, but

this will be a very difficult start

against a Maidenhead side who

I’ve no doubt will make life very

tough for us.

Thank you for your support.

LUKE WILLIAMS |

HEAD COACH

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NICKNAME:

The Magpies

MANAGER:

Alan Devonshire

maidenhead

united

We begin the new

National League season

as we ended the last

with a fixture against

Maidenhead United,

though this time Meadow

Lane is the venue...

— THE FINAL GAME of the 2021-

22 programme saw us secure

fifth place, and a play-off slot,

with a 1-0 victory at York Road,

the only goal being Cal Roberts’

71st-minute penalty.

That win completed a league

double over Alan Devonshire’s

side, leaving them in 17th place.

Early in the season, Alex Lacey

was credited with the goal which

secured us a hard-fought 1-0 win

at Meadow Lane as we extended

our unbeaten start to the

campaign to seven games.

According to the bookies,

Maidenhead, who share home

colours and a nickname with

us, are near certainties to be

relegated this season. However,

Devonshire’s semi-professional

side have defied the odds for the

past five seasons to survive in this

league and will be determined to

do so again.

Despite finishing last season

on a losing note, Maidenhead will

be hoping they can repeat the

fine style in which they started it,

taking maximum points with wins

in their first two games, 3-1 at

Halifax Town and 2-0 at home to

Dover Athletic. But their fortunes

went downhill from there and

they were never in the hunt for a

play-off spot.

STADIUM:

York Road

opposition profile

CAPACITY:

4,500

IN PRE-SEASON ACTION AGAINST HUNGERFORD

Their prospects this term

have not been improved by the

departure of striker Josh Kelly

to fellow National League side

Solihull Moors.

The 23-year-old academy

product made 127 appearances

for the Magpies between 2018

and 2022 and scored 17 goals in

all competitions last season.

Devonshire said: “We are

obviously gutted to lose Josh and

had hoped he would stay for the

final year of his contract, but he

wanted a new challenge and the

opportunity for full-time football,

so we had to make the difficult

decision to let him go.”

While Kelly has departed,

striker Adrian Clifton has returned

for a third spell with the club, who

have been busy in the transfer

market this summer.

French goalkeeper Alexis

André Jr has arrived from

Dover, for whom he made

12 appearances last season,

including two-eye catching

performances against us.

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2021-22 FINISH:

17th

Defender Sam Beckwith

played 29 league games while

on loan at York Road last season

and has signed on a permanent

basis after being released by

Luton Town.

Defender Zico Asare has also

arrived from National League

South outfit Oxford City, joining

fellow new boys Koby Arthur, a

midfielder who was also at Dover

last season, and defenders Cole

Kpekawa and Temi Eweka from

lower-tier football.

Maidenhead’s pre-season

campaign ended with

consecutive defeats to National

League South sides, losing

3-1 to Hungerford Town, Sam

Barratt scoring their goal, and

1-0 at Farnborough on Saturday,

after which assistant manager

Ryan Peters said: “The score is

irrelevant.

“Pre-season has given us a

chance to work on a few things

and gain fitness. The start of the

season is here and the boys need

to be ready.”

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AWAY SHIRTS

— WE’D LIKE TO EXPRESS OUR GRATITUDE to

everyone who helped make this season’s kit launch

the most successful in over a decade.

As a result of these unprecedented sales, we have

sold out of several away shirt sizes and have placed

a new order with PUMA which we expect to receive

in early December.

At the time of writing, good availability remains

in sizes XXL and 3XL, while there is very limited

availability in adult 4XL and 5XL, as well as junior

size 7-8.

All other sizes are currently unavailable but can

be pre-ordered online, in store or by calling 0115

955 7200. We strongly advise you to act swiftly to

guarantee your size.

WARNOCK IN HOSPITALITY

— WE’RE EXCITED to be welcoming Neil Warnock

as our special hospitality guest for the Chesterfield

fixture. Places are selling fast, so book your place

ASAP by emailing commercial@nottscountyfc.

co.uk or calling 0115 955 7241.

STADIUM TOURS

— LES BRADD’S POPULAR TOURS are

continuing in 2022-23. Our all-time leading

goalscorer is looking forward to welcoming

groups of up to 12 people for Meadow

Lane tours every Thursday (two slots

available - 11am and 1pm).

Lifeline members are entitled to one free

tour, which must be booked in advance.

PRICES:

Adult: £10 65 and over: £5 Under 16: £2

To find out more or to book, please email

jasmine.rowbotham@nottscountyfc.co.uk

or call 0115 955 7226.

It may be possible to host your tour on a

day other than Thursday. Should you wish

to request an alternative day, please use

the contact details above.

CONTACTLESS PAYMENTS

— AS PART OF OUR SUMMER REVIEW

into our supporters’ matchday experience,

we have taken the decision to prioritise

contactless payments at our concourse

kiosks. This means that the majority of

tills will be set up to exclusively process

contactless payments, which will help speed

up service. A limited number of cash tills will

be available in each concourse, with signage

on display and stewards on hand to help

supporters identify the correct queue.

A HUGE THANK YOU! We’d like to

express our huge gratitude to the following

supporters who gave up their time to help

us prepare Meadow Lane for the recent preseason

fixture against Nottingham Forest:

Steve Lawson, Sarah Bradshaw, Simon Farndale,

Reuban Lamb, Kennedy Drury, Daniel Standage, Ellie

Alvey, Rhianna Leivers, Conrad Laird, Nigel Nattrass,

Anthony Marsden, Peter Madgwick, Curtis Large, Geoff

Smith, Alan Dodson, Hayden Whitworth.


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CAR

PARKING

— AS WE NO LONGER have use of

the Cattle Market car park due to an

impending change of ownership, we

have secured the use of an alternative

site to accommodate seasonal parking

members. This site is located directly

next to Nottingham Office Equipment,

close to the junction between

Meadow Lane and County Road,

and is a short walk from the main

stadium gates.

While use of this car park will

initially be exclusive to those holding

seasonal permits, it’s possible we

will be able to sell spaces to fans in

the future.

In the meantime, the current

owners of the Cattle Market have

informed us that supporters will

still be able pay £5 per vehicle until

further notice.

REST IN PEACE

We were saddened to hear

that lifelong Magpie, Brian

Arthur Scothern, has passed

away. He was a devoted

husband, dad, grandpop

and great grandpop who will

be forever loved and never

forgotten.

HALF-TIME FUN

— SUPPORTERS WILL BE TREATED to two fun-filled half-time

activities at Meadow Lane this season!

At the majority of home fixtures, including today’s, a junior

team will take part in what’s sure to be an entertaining relay race

ended by the winners scoring in front of the Kop.

The excitement doesn’t end there as we’ll also be running a

crossbar challenge from the edge of the ‘D’, which will give two

season ticket holders two shots at glory at most home matches.

If they hit the bar once they’ll win an executive box at a future

match and if they strike twice they’ll win a 2023-24 season ticket!

Today’s relay team is our very own Under 9s side, while Harry

Middleton and Luke Beardsley will be taking part in the crossbar

challenge.

LATE KICK-OFF FOR CHESTERFIELD

— DON’T FORGET, our home match against Chesterfield

on Saturday 20 August has been selected for live BT

Sport coverage and will therefore kick-off at the later

time of 5.20pm.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Happy 20th birthday, Rowan,

love Mum, Ash, Richard and Flo x

Happy 28th birthday, Chrissie Morris!

Lots of love from Maggie,

Sarah and Isaac. COYP!

TODAY'S MASCOTS

MADISON

MURDEN

Age: 10

Favourite player:

Adam Chicksen

Hobbies:

Football, reading

and drawing

Future job:

Work for the NHS

OLIVIA-

LOUISE KEMP

Age: 10

Favourite player:

Macaulay Langstaff

Hobbies:

Drawing, socialising

and camping

Future job:

Teacher

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KAI

WILSON

Age: 8

Favourite player:

Kyle Cameron

Hobbies:

Football and

swimming

Future job:

Footballer or

swimmer

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NOTTS COUNTY

(LANGSTAFF, AUSTIN)

2-2

ATTENDANCE: 14,041 (5,929)

NOTTINGHAM FOREST

(SURRIDGE, CAFU)

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Starting XI: Slocombe; Cameron, Baldwin, Brindley; Chicksen (Taylor 82’), Nemane (Adebayo-Rowling 82’); Francis

(Bajrami 64’), O’Brien (Scott 64’), Rodrigues (Vincent 82’), Austin; Langstaff (Mitchell 82’). Unused: Brooks.

More than 14,000 were packed into Meadow Lane to see us produce a magnificent

pre-season performance against our Premier League neighbours.

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YORK CITY

(–)

0-1

ATTENDANCE: 1,504 (177)

NOTTS COUNTY

(O’BRIEN)

Starting XI: Slocombe; Cameron, Baldwin (Francis 46’), Brindley (Nemane 65’); Taylor (Chicksen 65’), Adebayo-Rowling;

Bajrami, O’Brien (Palmer 65’), Rodrigues (Vincent 65’), Austin (Mitchell 75’); Langstaff (Scott 57’). Unused: Brooks.

We completed our pre-season preparations with a dominant and controlled

performance against the National League newcomers.

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LAST SEASON’S

MEETINGS...

SATURDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 2021

NOTTS COUNTY 1

(LACEY 48’)

MAIDENHEAD UNITED 0

(–)

Starting XI: Slocombe; Cameron (Chicksen

58’), Lacey, Brindley; Taylor, Roberts (Kelly-

Evans 90’); Francis, Palmer, Rodrigues;

Mitchell (O’Brien 58’), Wootton.

Unused: Nemane, Sam.

A second-half goal, which was

credited to Alex Lacey despite strong

claims from Kyle Cameron, was

enough to earn us victory over our

fellow Magpies at Meadow Lane.

AWAY

SUNDAY 15 MAY 2022

MAIDENHEAD UNITED 0

(–)

HOME

NOTTS COUNTY 1

(ROBERTS PEN 71’)

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Starting XI: Slocombe; Cameron

(Rawlinson 66’), Lacey, Brindley; Kelly-

Evans, Richardson; Palmer, O’Brien,

Roberts (Brunt 76’); Rodrigues, Wootton

(Sam 66’). Unused: Taylor, Francis.

We secured a fifth-place finish on the

final day of the regular season after

Cal Roberts lashed home an emphatic

second-half penalty to deservedly seal

the points.

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OUR NEW RECRUITS...

Get to know the new faces in our squad...

Tobi Adebayo-

Rowling

Position: Right wing-back

Age: 25

Last club: Ebbsfleet

Contract: Two years

The pacey Londoner became

our first signing of the summer

after turning down a number

of EFL clubs to seal a move to

Meadow Lane.

Adebayo-Rowling began

his youth career with Brighton

before eventually joining

Peterborough United, for whom

he made his professional debut

in League One.

He then headed over the Irish

Sea to play two seasons at topflight

side Sligo Rovers, moving

on to Cork City before returning

to England in 2018-19 to sign for

Bromley.

Eastbourne Borough was his

next destination and he stayed

with the Sussex outfit for three

seasons before moving to his

most recent club, Ebbsfleet, in

the summer of 2020 where he

really kick-started his career.

Macaulay

Langstaff

Position: Forward

Age: 25

Last club: Gateshead

Contract: Three years

We paid an undisclosed fee

for the services of 2021-22

National League North top

scorer and Player of the Season

Macaulay Langstaff.

Langstaff bagged 32 goals

and claimed 14 assists as he fired

Gateshead to the league title last

season and, after monitoring his

progress for some time, we were

delighted to bring the red-hot

striker to Meadow Lane on a

three-year deal.

Despite suffering from illness

and a minor injury in preseason,

Langstaff continued

his goalscoring form into our

friendlies, hitting the back of the

net against Nottingham Forest

and bagging a seven-minute

hat-trick at Cambridge.

Cedwyn

Scott

Position: Forward

Age: 23

Last club: Gateshead

Contract: Two years

The 23-year-old followed

Langstaff in becoming the

second prolific forward to

swap Tyneside for Trentside

earlier this summer as we paid

another undisclosed fee to

Gateshead.

Working closely with

Langstaff, Scott was hugely

influential in Heed’s success,

notching 24 league goals

and writing his name into the

division’s Team of the Season.

He was the first new signing

to arrive under new head coach

Luke Williams, who said: “The

most important thing about

Cedwyn is that he can score.

“He has the quality to remain

calm and find the finish. He can

play across the top of the pitch,

he’s determined to score and has

the strength to hold people off.

We’re delighted to have him.”


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Aden

Baldwin

Position: Centre-back

Age: 25

Last club: MK Dons

Contract: Two years

We bolstered our backline with

Baldwin’s signing on a free

transfer from League One side

MK Dons.

The defender is highly rated

by Williams, who worked with

Baldwin during his time leading

Bristol City’s Under 23s and

later influenced his move to

Stadium MK.

“Aden is going to fit into what

we are trying to build really

quickly and he’s going to be an

asset to the club,” said Williams.

“In an ideal scenario, we’re

going to be on the front foot and

having huge territory in games

which means there will be space

behind us. Aden’s pace and

excellent defensive instincts will

be crucial.”

Geraldo

Bajrami

Position: Centre-back/

Defensive midfield

Age: 22

Last club: Kidderminster

Contract: Two years

Bajrami became the second

central defender to join us this

summer having been one of

Kidderminster’s outstanding

performers following his arrival

from Birmingham City ahead of

the 2021-22 campaign.

Born in Birmingham to

Albanian parents, Bajrami

progessed through the Blues’

youth ranks, captaining them

at various levels, and Williams

is excited by the qualities

he brings.

“Similarly to our other

defenders, Geraldo wants to get

on the ball and is comfortable

stepping forward in possession,”

said the head coach.

“We also want our defenders

to be really aggressive in their

attempts to win the ball as high

up the pitch and as early as

possible, and we’ve seen those

qualities in his game as well.

It’s fantastic he has that desire

engrained in him.”

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Sam

Austin

Position: Attacking midfield

Age: 25

Last club: Kidderminster

Contract: Three years

Kiddy captain Austin left

Aggborough as a club legend

having made more than 200

appearances for the National

League North side.

Along with Langstaff and

Scott, Austin was named in the

2021-22 National League North

Team of the Season after leading

Kidderminster to a play-off place

and the fourth round of the

Emirates FA Cup, finishing the

season with 13 goals and nine

assists.

“I don’t see how, as a fan, you

couldn’t get behind this boy,”

said Williams. “He has incredible

energy, unbelievable quality and

plays without fear.

“Sam’s a scorer of spectacular

goals – he’ll take a tap-in but if

he’s given a sighter from range

he’ll have a crack with either

foot. He doesn’t care if the ball’s

bouncing or if it’s coming across

him, if he has a sniff he will back

himself to score.”

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PEEKS AT THE PAST

FROM LITTLE

CONKERS MIGHTY

HORSE CHESTNUT

TREES DO GROW

— HANDS UP any eagle-eyed

Maggies who have noticed

the freshly-painted, black

and white hand-rails on the

steps leading down to the

Nottingham Canal towpath

beside the hump-backed

bridge at Meadow Lane’s

‘Navigation’ corner.

This facelift marks the

start of a Canal Trust project

to install an ‘Interpretation

Board’ which will remind

passers-by that they are

virtually on the doorstep

of the World’s Oldest

Professional Football Club.

The site has been

‘adopted’ by the Notts

County Foundation which is

providing funding for ‘floral’

enhancement, a refurbished

bench and a commemorative

plaque dedicated to ‘Chris’, a

rough sleeper who regularly

bedded down on the

said bench.

I confess that ‘IBs’

(including Ian Burchnall) were

a mystery to me until I was

recently put in the picture

Memory Lane

Honorary Club Historian, Mick Chappell reflects on

times past with a little help from his friends...

when Mike Gardon, the

‘Bloke from the Smoke’ who’s

been tasked with designing

the proposed Interpretation

Board, visited Nottingham

to discover why an ‘upperclass

Gentlemen’s Club’ had

originally decamped from

the salubrious surroundings

of Trent Bridge Cricket

Ground to lay down their own

‘hallowed’ turf’ in the densely

populated Meadows, where

terraced houses stood cheek

by jowl with the factories that

employed their residents.

The story will soon be

précised on the board, but,

in the meantime l’ll use this

opportunity to shed light on

it. In truth County had little

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choice in the matter because

their cricketing landlords had

become infuriated when their

pristine pitches were churned

up during football matches

that took place whilst the

cricket and soccer seasons

overlapped.

An increasingly

acrimonious situation came to

head in February 1910 after

the Football League decreed

that its member clubs had to

play all home fixtures on the

same ground; that was the

last straw for the Cricket Club

Committee, who voted to

evict the Magpies at the end

of 1909-10 season.

Notts immediately set

about searching for a new

AUG

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1941 — HARRY CURSHAM died in Holme

Pierrepont, Nottinghamshire aged 81. He

was the youngest of three brothers who

all played for Notts in the early decades of the club's

existence. Harry was arguably the most successful of

the trio, although brother Arthur was also an England

international. Cursham earned eight England caps and

is the all-time leading FA Cup goalscorer with 49.

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home, but viable options

were limited because the vast

majority of their fans lived in

areas like St. Ann’s, Sneinton

and the Meadows and went

to matches on ‘Shank’s Pony’

rather than in the Hansom

cabs favoured by the elite

few. Moreover new-fangled

electric trams conveyed

supporters from the city to

the Embankment, whilst

‘away fans’ travelled to games

via the Midland and Arkwright

Street Railway Stations.

However, bricks and

mortar had all but obliterated

the green fields that gave

the ‘Meadows’ its name.

The former Notts Rangers

football ground that had been

situated between Meadow

Lane and Trent Lane had long

since disappeared and the

tram depot had been built

on the site of Forest’s former

Town Ground.

Ironically, therefore, the

only readily available location

for Notts’ new ground was

the City Rubbish Dump (no

snide jokes, please) adjacent

to what is now the Eastcroft

Incinerator. Fortunately

the site was owned by

Nottingham Corporation and

several members of County’s

Board also served as City

Councillors, so a favourable,

long-term rental agreement

was swiftly arranged and

plans for the new ground

were drawn up.

In February 1910 building

work began on two new

stands and the ‘Kop’, whilst

Edwardian ingenuity

contrived to ‘pontoon’ a

former Trent Bridge Stand

across the Trent so it could

be used as the Meadow Lane

end stand. Incredibly, the job

was done and dusted in seven

months and Forest became

the Lane’s first visitors for the

opening home game of the

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new season on 3 September

1910. It was a remarkable

achievement that enhanced

an impressive array of local

leisure activities. By the 1920s

horse racing, greyhound

racing and motorcycle

speedway events were also

being staged at nearby

Colwick, whilst the Portland

Baths and Globe ‘Picture

House’ provided popular

alternative entertainment.

The Meadows thus became

a vibrant, working-class

‘mecca’ for those it nurtured.

Sadly it wasn’t to last after

the tight-knit community was

bulldozed into obscurity by

radical redevelopment work

that began in the 1970s.

Subsequently our Meadow

Lane Ground has been

stranded in an arid, ‘nine to

five’, industrial hinterland.

Hopefully, however,

current housing regeneration

initiatives will help to boost

Notts’ fortunes by restoring

a vibrant community ethos

to the area; although the

towpath project is relatively

small beer it’s a significant

step in the right direction

because, as Notts’ fans well

know, “from small conkers

mighty Horse Chestnut trees

do grow!”

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YOUNG PIES MEMBERS WERE INVITED

TO AN OPEN TRAINING SESSION THIS

WEEK TO WATCH THE BOYS' FINAL

PREPARATIONS FOR THE NEW SEASON.

INTERESTED IN FINDING OUT MORE

ABOUT YOUNG PIES? PLEASE EMAIL

CJ.SMITH@NOTTSCOUNTYFC.CO.UK.

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NOTTS

COUNTY

FOUNDATION

NOTTS COUNTY FOUNDATION ADOPT LOCAL

STRETCH OF NOTTINGHAM & BEESTON CANAL

— NOTTS COUNTY FOUNDATION has announced

the adoption of its local section of the Nottingham

& Beeston Canal.

The area, which measures approximately 40

metres in total, will see the award-winning charity

implement new schemes to preserve and maintain

the site throughout the remainder of 2022 and

beyond.

Predominantly focussing on rejuvenating the

area’s shrubbery, clearing the waterways, and

repainting parts of the walkways, the news follows

Notts County Foundation’s announcement that

it has allocated all members of staff two-days to

undertake voluntary work for a local charity of their

choosing, with a number already selecting the

Canal & River Trust.

Sam Crawford, chief finance officer at Notts

County Foundation, said: “We are incredibly proud

to be working alongside the Canal & River Trust to

support the fantastic work they are doing to protect

and maintain the Nottingham & Beeston Canal.

“This new scheme will be a fantastic way

of encouraging our members of staff and the

beneficiaries of our projects and programmes to

become more involved in the regeneration and

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sustainment of an area of distinct natural beauty

within the local area.”

The adoption will see Notts County Foundation

incorporate the Canal & River Trust’s ‘wellbeing by

water’ ideology across its range of physical, mental,

and emotional wellbeing programmes by providing

participants with opportunities to get involved

with the redesign of the area’s flower beds and

natural features.

Phil Mulligan, regional director for the Canal

& River Trust, said: “We are really excited to be

working with Notts County Foundation and are

so grateful that they have adopted their local

stretch of canal.

“The canal is such a key place for those who

live on the doorstep, giving them easy access to

nature and a place to give their physical and mental

health a boost.

“This is a notable example of a local organisation

taking ownership of their nearest stretch of water

and helping to make it even better for people

and wildlife. As a charity, this kind of support is

vital in helping us to protect and preserve the

city’s waterways, and we hope it inspires other

organisations that want to get involved.”

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TICKET UPDATE

Boreham Wood (A)

National League

Saturday 13 August

3pm

At the time of going to print,

we are awaiting a response to

our request for ticket details

ahead of our first away trip of

the season.

Information will be available

on our website or by calling

0115 955 7210 as soon as we

receive it.

TRAVEL

Buses will depart from

Meadow Lane at 10.30am.

Adult: £24

Adult ST holder/Lifeline/OSA

member: £23

Under 18: £13

Under 18 ST holder/Lifeline/

OSA member: £12

Gateshead(A)

National League

Tuesday 16 July

7.45pm

No tickets have been sent to

Meadow Lane for advance

sale, so supporters should

visit Gateshead’s ticketing

website to secure their seat.

Please call 0115 955 7210 if

you need assistance.

TICKET PRICES

Adult: £17

Over 65: £11

Young adult: £11

17-21: £7

15-16: £4

Carer: Free with a full-paying

disabled supporter

TRAVEL

Adult: £25

Adult ST holder/Lifeline/OSA

member: £24

Under 18: £14

Under 18 ST holder/Lifeline/

OSA member: £13

Visit our ticketing site

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Chesterfield(H)

National League

Saturday 20 August

5.20pm

ADVANCE PRICES

Adult: £20

65 and over: £14

18-21: £14

Under 18: £7

Under 16: £5

Under 12: £1

Under 7: Free*

Prices for supporters aged

12 and over rise by £2 on

matchday.

*Can only be claimed online if

an adult ticket is bought in the

same transaction.

HOW TO BUY:

The easiest way is online. You’ll

receive an e-ticket which you

can either scan from your

phone at the turnstile (if your

brightness is high and your

screen is undamaged) or

print at home. Other options

include having your tickets

posted for £1 or selecting your

tickets to be collected from

the ticket office (located in

the club shop throughout the

week). Alternatively, call 0115

955 7210.

To buy tickets for any of our forthcoming matches online, either scan the barcode

with your smartphone’s camera app or visit eticketing.co.uk/nottscountyfc.

Tickets to the value of £1.50 and above will be subject to a 60p per ticket admin

fee when purchased via our online or phone service.

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SHIRT SPONSORSHIP

2022-23

1

Sam SLOCOMBE

GOLD...

Vivien Pavis

SILVER...


3

Joel TAYLOR

GOLD...

Twelve

SILVER...


5

Connell RAWLINSON

GOLD...

Lifeline

SILVER...


7

Kairo MITCHELL

GOLD...

Pukka Pies

SILVER...


9

Macaulay LANGSTAFF

GOLD...

Dean & George Robson

SILVER...


12

Tiernan BROOKS

GOLD...

Kevin Duska

SILVER...


2

Richard BRINDLEY

GOLD...

HPM Media Limited

SILVER...


4

Kyle CAMERON

GOLD...

The Big Picture People

SILVER...


6

Jim O’BRIEN

GOLD...

Notts County Supporters’ Club

SILVER...


8

Sam AUSTIN

GOLD... Paul & Sandra

Complete Health At The Millstone

SILVER...


11

Aaron NEMANE

GOLD...

Dexter & Delphi Naylor

SILVER...


14

Ed FRANCIS

GOLD...

Jurgen Halligan

SILVER...

Geo Hanson & Sons


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Aden BALDWIN

GOLD...

Paul Louis

SILVER...


17

Frank VINCENT

GOLD...

Creative Apostrophe Ltd

SILVER...


19

Cedwyn SCOTT

GOLD...

Paul & Lindsey Lynch

SILVER...

Nick & Ben Lynch

21

Tobi ADEBAYO-ROWLING

GOLD...


SILVER...


HC

Luke WILLIAMS

GOLD...

Notts County Supporters’ Club

SILVER...


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Geraldo BAJRAMI

GOLD...

Ian Roberts

SILVER...


18

Matt PALMER

GOLD...

Dianne Jackson

SILVER...


20

Ruben RODRIGUES

GOLD...

Geoff & Elliot Gibbs

SILVER...

James Edwards

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Adam CHICKSEN

GOLD...

Richard Gill

SILVER...

Geo Hanson & Sons

AHC

Ryan HARLEY

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OSA

SILVER...


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FIXTURES+RESULTS

2022-23

DATE H/A KO OPPOSITION F-A ATT STARTING XI

AUGUST 2022

SAT 06 H 15:00 MAIDENHEAD UNITED

SAT 13 A 15:00 BOREHAM WOOD

TUE 16 A 19:45 GATESHEAD

SAT 20 H 17:20 CHESTERFIELD

SAT 27 A 15:00 FC HALIFAX TOWN

MON 29 H 15:00 SOLIHULL MOORS

SEPTEMBER 2022

SAT 03 A 15:00 DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE

SAT 10 H 15:00 BROMLEY

TUE 13 H 19:45 ALDERSHOT TOWN

SAT 17 A 15:00 DORKING WANDERERS

SAT 24 A 15:00 YORK CITY

OCTOBER 2022

SAT 01 H 15:00 ALTRINCHAM

TUE 04 H 19:45 WREXHAM

SAT 08 A 15:00 WOKING

SAT 22 H 15:00 MAIDSTONE UNITED

TUE 25 A 19:45 WEALDSTONE

SAT 29 H 15:00 TORQUAY UNITED

NOVEMBER 2022

TUE 08 A 19:45 SOUTHEND UNITED

SAT 12 A 15:00 EASTLEIGH

SAT 19 H 15:00 YEOVIL TOWN

SAT 26 H 15:00 BARNET

DECEMBER 2022

SAT 03 A 15:00 SCUNTHORPE UNITED

SAT 10 A 15:00 MAIDENHEAD UNITED

TUE 13 H 19:45 GATESHEAD

MON 26 H 15:00 OLDHAM ATHLETIC

JANUARY 2023

SUN 01 A 15:00 OLDHAM ATHLETIC

SAT 07 H 15:00 BOREHAM WOOD

SAT 21 A 15:00 CHESTERFIELD

TUE 24 A 19:45 SOLIHULL MOORS

SAT 28 H 15:00 FC HALIFAX TOWN

FEBRUARY 2023

SAT 04 A 15:00 TORQUAY UNITED

SAT 11 H 15:00 EASTLEIGH

SAT 18 A 15:00 YEOVIL TOWN

TUE 21 H 19:45 SOUTHEND UNITED

SAT 25 H 15:00 DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE

MARCH 2023

SAT 04 A 15:00 BROMLEY

TUE 07 A 19:45 ALDERSHOT TOWN

SAT 11 H 15:00 DORKING WANDERERS

SAT 18 A 15:00 BARNET

SAT 25 H 15:00 SCUNTHORPE UNITED

APRIL 2023

SAT 01 A 15:00 ALTRINCHAM

FRI 07 H 15:00 WEALDSTONE

MON 10 A 15:00 WREXHAM

SAT 15 H 15:00 WOKING

SAT 22 A 15:00 MAIDSTONE UNITED

SAT 29 H 15:00 YORK CITY


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SUBSTITUTES

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KEY: GOALSCORER 1 OWN GOAL OG YELLOW CARD RED CARD

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NOTTS COUNTY

ROLL CALL

2022-23

LEAGUE FA CUP FA TROPHY

SEASON

TOTAL

NOTTS

CAREER

CAREER

TOTAL

APPS GOALS APPS GOALS APPS GOALS APPS GOALS APPS GOALS APPS GOALS

1 SAM SLOCOMBE - - - - - - - - 100 - 340 -

2 RICHARD BRINDLEY - - - - - - - - 88 1 264 7

3 JOEL TAYLOR - - - - - - - - 27 - 148 3

4 KYLE CAMERON - - - - - - - - 32 4 181 12

5 CONNELL RAWLINSON - - - - - - - - 111 3 310 12

6 JIM O’BRIEN - - - - - - - - 101 7 484 31

7 KAIRO MITCHELL - - - - - - - - 34 4 87 14

8 SAM AUSTIN - - - - - - - - - - 210 19

9 MACAULAY LANGSTAFF - - - - - - - - - - 146 46

11 AARON NEMANE - - - - - - - - 28 3 114 9

12 TIERNAN BROOKS - - - - - - - - - - 27 -

14 ED FRANCIS - - - - - - - - 40 1 72 4

15 ADEN BALDWIN - - - - - - - - - - 67 3

16 GERALDO BAJRAMI - - - - - - - - - - 48 1

17 FRANK VINCENT - - - - - - - - 30 4 79 4

18 MATT PALMER - - - - - - - - 49 2 307 13

19 CEDWYN SCOTT - - - - - - - - - - 71 29

20 RUBEN RODRIGUES - - - - - - - - 90 31 149 54

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— AS WE HEAD INTO THE NEW SEASON

and Lifeline’s 37th year, we would like to

thank all members for their wonderful

support and wish Luke Williams and his team

the very best of luck in 2022-23.

We’re delighted to report that Lifeline

donated another £50,000 to the club earlier

in the summer to assist with the renovation

of the Meadow Lane playing surface, taking

this year’s total donation to an incredible

£130,000. As we’re sure you’ll agree, the

THE OSA COMMITTEE BRING US UP TO SPEED…

— WE WOULD LIKE to welcome our new

head coach Luke Williams and his assistant

Ryan Harley and wish them good luck for the

coming campaign.

During the close season we have continued

to raise money so we can support our

academy with the purchasing of equipment.

Our ABBA party night, which always goes

down well, raised £718 and our prize draw,

conducted by academy manager Dan Leivers,

raised an amazing £3,480, with all prizes

being claimed. We would like to thank Dawn-

Lorraine from Let’s ABBA Party, along with

everyone else who contributed, for their very

generous support.

Shirland Golf & Country Club staged a golf

day on 15 June which also raised valuable

funds to the sum of £1,695. It was great to see

Michael Johnson, who presented the prizes,

and the event would not have been possible

pitch looks fantastic and all our members

should be very proud of the contribution

they have made.

With membership numbers still at

capacity, we look forward to continuing

to support the club with significant

donations which will be of tangible benefit

to fans. If you’d like to join the waiting list

for membership, please email lifeline@

nottscountyfc.co.uk, call 0115 955 7200 or

visit our club shop.

LATEST LIFELINE WINNERS WEEK 47

£1,000 0794 Paul Branson Carlton

£100 1784 Steven Beckworth Nuthall

0637 Tony Towers Collingham

2482 Matthew Simpson Melton Mowbray

£50 0104 Roy Smith Retford

1704 Darren Hare Eastwood

1132 Jurgen Halligan New Ollerton

£70 (50/50 draw) 1862 Barbara Tilley Clifton

Match Tickets 0504 Tony Pauley Shirlan

0473 Malcolm Siddons West Bridgford

1073 Chris Roper West Bridgford

OFFICIAL SUPPORTERS’ ASSOCIATION

NOTTS COUNTY v MAIDENHEAD UNITED

without Colin Hancock, his wife Sarah and their

daughter Honor, who we thank for all their

help.

After helping fund the acquisition of

footballs, the money raised at these events has

since helped the academy purchase 12 goals

at a cost of over £2,000, along with 2 VEO

cameras on tripods at £4,252.

This season we will be working closely with

our academy players’ parents to raise funds

for our young stars, which should take some

of the work load off the OSA committee on

Sunday mornings! We had hoped our team

would win promotion last season so our

academy funding would return, but this was

not to be so we press on. Hopefully 2022-23

will be our year!

Don’t forget to call into the OSA office

on matchdays to join us and renew your

membership. Lois will be waiting!

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REFEREE

AARON JACKSON

1 Sam SLOCOMBE (GK)

2 Richard BRINDLEY

3 Joel TAYLOR

4 Kyle CAMERON ©

5 Connell RAWLINSON

6 Jim O'BRIEN

7 Kairo MITCHELL

8 Sam AUSTIN

9 Macaulay LANGSTAFF

11 Aaron NEMANE

12 Tiernan BROOKS (GK)

14 Ed FRANCIS

15 Aden BALDWIN

16 Geraldo BAJRAMI

17 Frank VINCENT

18 Matty PALMER

19 Cedwyn SCOTT

20 Ruben RODRIGUES

21 Tobi ADEBAYO-ROWLING

22 Luther MUNAKANDAFA

23 Adam CHICKSEN

ASSISTANT REFEREE 1

MARTYN FRYER

ASSISTANT REFEREE 2

STUART RICHARDSON

1 Dan GYOLLAI (GK)

2 Zico ASARE

3 Sam BECKWITH

4 Will DE HAVILLAND

5 Cole KPEKAWA

6 Remy CLERIMA

7 Sam BARRATT

9 Shawn McCOULSKY

10 Kane FERDINAND

11 Dan SPARKES

12 Bradley KEETCH

14 Emile ACQUAH

16 Samson ESAN

17 Reece SMITH

19 Ryan UPWARD

20 Koby ARTHUR

21 Temi EWEKA

23 Adrian CLIFTON

24 Alan MASSEY ©

27 Charlee ADAMS

31 Alexis ANDRE (GK)

FOURTH OFFICIAL

ANTHONY TANKARD

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