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The Mag | Official Matchday Programme of Notts County | Issue 06 Notts County vs Aldershot Town | Vanarama National League Tuesday 13th September, 2022 | KO 7.45pm | Meadow Lane

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Notts County v Aldershot Town

Tuesday 13 September 2022 — 7.45pm

Vanarama National League

Meadow Lane

in memory of

HER MAJESTY

QUEEN ELIZABETH II

1926-2022

OFFICIAL MATCHDAY PROGRAMME — £3 ISSUE — #06 MATCH SPONSOR


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WELCOME TO

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TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 2022 — KICK-OFF 7.45PM

VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE

— WELCOME BACK to Meadow Lane for this evening’s fixture

against Aldershot Town, which will present the opportunity to

pay our respects to Queen Elizabeth II.

Inside, Luke Williams reflects on our recent fine form and

highlights the importance of continuing our momentum into this

evening’s match.

We hear from academy manager Dan Leivers ahead of the

beginning of our Under 19s’ season and also look back on a

memorable match against tonight’s opponents.

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

the visit of Altrincham on Saturday 1 October (3pm).

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

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NOTTS COUNTY

FOOTBALL CLUB

MEADOW LANE, NOTTINGHAM, NG2 3HJ

TELEPHONE: 0115 952 9000

EMAIL: OFFICE@NOTTSCOUNTYFC.CO.UK

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FACEBOOK FACEBOOK: /NOTTSCOUNTYFOOTBALLCLUB

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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 ASSISTANT: JOAO ALVES

FIRST TEAM ASSISTANT: GEORGE LAWTEY

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:

COVER STAR: JIM O’BRIEN

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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Printed by Stephens & George Print Group

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

On behalf of everyone at the club I would like to express my sadness

following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. There will be an

emotional tribute to her ahead of kick-off tonight, which I’m sure will be

impeccably observed by all...

— WE UNDERSTOOD THE DECISION

to postpone the weekend’s fixtures and

extend our sympathies to the Royal Family

at this difficult time.

We come into tonight’s match in good

form following three dominant victories.

Our run began with a 4-1 win at Halifax,

which was a tougher game than the

scoreline may suggest. While it was far

from a vintage performance, I was pleased

with the way the players restricted the

opposition to barely any clear-cut chances

and also with the clinical nature of our

actions in front of goal.

The following match, at home to Solihull,

was a completely different story as the 1-0

scoreline didn’t reflect the control we held

over a very good side. I was so pleased

with the hard work we showed off the ball,

including those who came off the bench,

and I was also delighted Adam Chicksen

had a moment to savour by getting a

much-deserved winner in front of the Kop.

Our momentum continued into

Saturday’s trip to Dagenham, which turned

out to be as close to the perfect away day

you could ever wish to have. Macaulay

Langstaff of course grabbed the headlines

with what I’m sure will be the first of many

professional hat-tricks, but the whole

team deserve huge credit for an excellent

performance. Again, it was so pleasing to

see how hard we worked until the very last

seconds to preserve back-to-back clean

sheets, which we’re thrilled with.

Overall, 10 goals scored, only one

conceded and nine points from

three very tricky matches made it

an excellent week which gives us

a great platform to build from and

improve further.

Tonight we need to harness the

positives that have gone before and

continue to be ruthless in all aspects

of our play.

Enjoy the match.

LUKE WILLIAMS |

HEAD COACH

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NICKNAME:

The Shots

MANAGER:

Mark Molesley

OPPOSITION PROFILE

aldershot town

Aldershot Town arrive at

Meadow Lane tonight

hoping to build on a

victory over Barnet

in their most recent

National League game

and spark their season

into life following a

disappointing start...

— AFTER FLIRTING WITH

RELEGATION last season, when

they finished one place outside

the drop zone, the Shots got

off to a poor start this term with

successive defeats to Solihull

Moors and Chesterfield before

goals from Justin Amaluzor and

Ryan Glover earned them their

first points of the season with a

2-1 win at Boreham Wood.

However, hopes that they

had turned the corner were

short lived as they lost their next

three games before returning to

winning ways with a 3-1 victory at

home to the Bees.

Their two-goal hero in that

much-needed win was striker

Inih Effiong, familiar to our

fans following a loan spell at

Meadow Lane in 2021, when he

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EBB Stadium

scored one goal, a penalty, in 12

appearances.

He was on target from the

spot again for his opener against

Barnet after Amaluzor was

fouled in the box. The Bees

drew level before late goals from

Effiong and Tommy Willard

secured the points.

Shots manager Mark Molesley

admitted his side went into the

Barnet game “looking for a few

feel-good moments to get our

confidence flowing again”.

He added: “There have been

parts of our game which show

we are on the right track but not

being ruthless enough in both

boxes means we haven’t got the

points on the board we deserve.

“If we show courage, desire

and aggression, and be more

clinical in the boxes, we will grow

in confidence. We are learning

some harsh lessons at the

moment but I’m sure that when

we turn things around we will

look back at this period and see it

was the making of us.”

As well as Effiong, another

familiar face in the Aldershot

squad is our midfielder Frank

Vincent, currently on a monthlong

loan at The EBB Stadium.

EBB Stadium

CAPACITY:

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Manager Mark Molesley

2021-22 FINISH:

20th – National League

He has played the full 90

minutes in each of the Shots’ last

four games, although a clause

in his loan deal means he won’t

feature tonight. Vincent is due

to return to Meadow Lane on

26 September.

Against the Shots last season,

we emerged 3-2 winners at

Meadow Lane.

Kyle Wootton opened the

scoring but goals either side of

half-time from Corie Andrews put

the visitors ahead.

We drew level when Kyle

Cameron headed home Cal

Roberts’ corner, and Roberts

went on to score the winner.

Aldershot avenged that defeat

in the return fixture. Mikail

Ndjoli’s early goal was cancelled

out by a Roberts penalty, only for

Willard to restore the hosts’ lead

before the break, with substitute

Sinclair Armstrong adding

their third.

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BULLETIN BOARD

FLYING THE FLAG

— NOTTS COUNTY SUPPORTERS CLUB have

kindly offered to cover the cost of a new flag,

pictured here flying at half mast in memory of

Queen Elizabeth II.

Due to the inclement weather the flag is

subjected to, particularly over the winter months,

it needs to be periodically replaced and we’re very

grateful to the Supporters Club for their gesture.

A WINNING SMILE

— THERE IS ONLY SO MUCH excitement Arthur

can handle while wearing his new kit. COYP!

OUR LUCKY MASCOT!

OLIVER HEATHCOTE

Age: 10

Favourite player: Rodrigues

Hobbies: Football and rugby

Future job: Striker for Notts

MANY HAPPY

RETURNS!

A very happy 91st

birthday, Jean Slack,

in your 76th year of

attending Meadow

Lane! Lots of love

from Julie and all

the family. COYP!

Happy 14th

birthday, Olivia

Rainbow! Love

from all the family

Happy 60th

birthday, Abu!

Lots of love from

Matilda and Eliza xx

Happy 9th

birthday, Poppy-

Ashley! Love

from Mum, Dad

and Charlie x

Happy 10th

birthday, George

O’Brien! From

Dad and Henry

Happy 15th

birthday, Abigail!

Lots of love from

Mum, Dad, Joshua

and Oliver xx

Happy birthday,

Great Grandad!

Love Jenson x

Happy birthday,

Ian Tilson! 50

years of supporting

Notts. From Mark

and Lianne

Happy 19th

birthday, Joseph!

Love Mum, Dad

and Ben xxx

Happy 7th birthday,

Chase! Love

from Mummar

and Grandad


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QUEVIN CASTRO

We have completed the signing of West Bromwich

Albion’s Quevin Castro on loan until 8 January...

— THE PORTUGUESE attacking midfielder

began his career on the English non-league

circuit before joining Ipswich’s academy and

earning trials with the likes of Chelsea and

Arsenal.

He signed a two-year deal with the

Baggies last summer and established

himself as a regular in WBA’s development

squad, playing 90 minutes against Arsenal

in the EFL Cup and coming off the bench

in their Sky Bet Championship matches

against Swansea and Reading.

This season Castro has spent time on

loan in League One with Burton Albion and

our head coach Luke Williams believes he’s

someone who fits our style of play while

also offering something new to the squad.

“From what we’ve seen, Quev has all

the tools to do what we ask our attacking

players to do without the ball,” said

Williams.

“He’s rangy and athletic, which means

he’s got the tools to step on to people very

quickly and win the ball back.

“We feel he’s a bit different to our other

options – he has a different physical stance

and offers some real imagination in the final

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third. But he’s not going to walk into this

team – far from it. We have the likes of Jim

O’Brien and Sam Austin who have been

contributing brilliantly in that advanced

midfield positon, and they’re going to

provide very strong competition as well.”

Castro added: “Working hard for the

team out of possession is a big part of my

game and if I can get on the same page as

some of the other attacking players in the

team, we’ll have a lot of fun.

“It’s always a great feeling when the fans

respond to a trick or piece of skill, but first

and foremost I want to be part of the team

and earn my team-mates’ respect before

showing that side of my game.

“I can see that this team will help me

get a lot of opportunities in the final third

– whether that’s to create or score – and

that’s a real positive about coming here.

“Under the gaffer I can already tell I’m

going to learn a lot. He’s very detailed in

terms of where he wants me to be in and

out of possession and, as a young lad,

I think that’s what I need.

“I’m very excited to kick on and show

how hard I’m willing to work for the club.”

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WE'VE MET

BEFORE...

SATURDAY 27 SEPTEMBER 2008

MEADOW LANE – LEAGUE TWO

NOTTS COUNTY 2

(JOHNSON 56’, BUTCHER 90’)

ALDERSHOT TOWN 1

(CHARLES 52’)

Starting XI: Hoult, Edwards, Beardsley,

Johnson, Strachan (Smith), Hamshaw,

Weston, Clapham, Butcher, Forrester

(Weir-Daley), Facey (Canham).

Unused: Pilkington, Tann.

Two days after the sad news of

Jimmy Sirrel’s passing, we paid our

respects to him in the best possible

way by scoring a last-minute winner

against tonight’s opponents.

The late Richard Butcher was the

man of the moment, earning us all

three points after Michael Johnson

had cancelled out Anthony Charles’

opener.

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Going up: Chairman Colin Hancock celebrates with his

manager and good friend Lenny Walker and the Aldershot

team which secured promotion to Division Three after

beating Wolves at Molineux in the play-offs

A FOOT IN

BOTH CAMPS

— COLIN HANCOCK, owner of tonight’s match

sponsor Shirland Golf & Country Club, has a

long-standing interest in both clubs who meet at

Meadow Lane tonight.

A dentist by profession but a more than useful

forward in his playing days, Colin was born in Doe

Lea, between Mansfield and Chesterfield.

While he did briefly play youth football for the

Spireites, it was Notts who stole his heart after

his local postmaster, a Magpies fan, spotted his

potential and introduced him to the club.

His links with Aldershot began after his medical

studies took him south and they were his local club

when he set up his first dental practice.

After initially refusing requests to join the

board, he went on to have two stints as chairman

in the 1980s, days he remembers with fondness

and pride.

“I made some wonderful friends there and we

had some great times,” recalls Colin, who was

chairman when Aldershot gained promotion to the

then Division Three through the first ever Football

League play-offs in the 1986-87 season.

“We beat both Bolton Wanderers and

Wolverhampton Wanderers to gain promotion

and it was one of the proudest achievements of

my life.”

Colin was no longer chairman when Aldershot’s

glory days ended with them being wound up in the

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High Court in 1990, but he still feels strong links to

the football club we meet tonight, Aldershot Town,

which rose from the ashes in 1992.

Based at the same Recreation Ground once

home to their doomed predecessor, Town have

progressed from humble beginnings in the

Isthmian League Third Division to their current

National League status.

A follower of all sports, Colin is relatively new

to golf and is now proudly developing the superb

Shirland Golf & Country Club, a picturesque

parkland course in the foothills of the stunning

Amber Valley in Derbyshire, close to his childhood

roots, where he has vowed to make golf affordable

and enjoyable for all.

Having transformed the club into a haven for

golfers and a popular venue for weddings by

completing the first of a three-phase development

plan, Colin and his fellow directors are looking

forward to an exciting future for the club.

Anyone interested in joining the golf club, or

wanting to know more about the current facilities

and those planned for the future, should visit

shirlandgolfclub.co.uk.

Back to tonight’s match, the big question is

which team will Colin be supporting?

“Obviously I am a Notts fan, but I don’t want

Aldershot to struggle this season, so perhaps a

draw would be ideal,” he said diplomatically.

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TICKET UPDATE

Dorking Wanderers (A)

National League

Saturday 17 September

3pm

Tickets for our first ever trip

to Meadowbank are now on

general sale following the

conclusion of the season

ticket holder priority period.

We have been given a total

allocation of 900 tickets and our

supporters will be located in

the South West corner terrace

and West end terrace. Tickets

can be purchased from our

ticketing website, from our club

shop/ticket office or by calling

0115 955 7210. They will be

taken off sale at 12pm on Friday

16 September, with no sales

available on matchday.

TICKET PRICES

Adult: £16

65 and over: £13

Disabled: £13

Under 18: £8

Under 8: £4

DISABLED SUPPORTERS:

Dorking have informed us

that updates to their ground

grading will not be completed

until March, and therefore

facilities are very limited and

views of the pitch will likely be

restricted. Disabled persons

will be charged £13, with

carers permitted free access

if necessary. Please email

alangout@dorkingwanderers.

com directly to arrange.

TRAVEL

Buses will depart from

Meadow Lane at 9.45am.

Adult: £26

Adult ST holder/

Lifeline/OSA member: £25

Under 18: £16

Under 18 ST holder/

Lifeline/OSA member: £15

York City (A)

National League

Saturday 24 September

3pm

We have received a total

allocation of 1,578 tickets,

which go off sale at 2pm on

Friday 23 September.

Tickets are on general sale

and can be purchased from our

ticketing website, from our club

shop/ticket office or by calling

0115 955 7210.

TICKET PRICES

Adult: £21

60 and over: £16

Student/Under 18: £9

Under 11: £7

Under 5: Free

DISABLED SUPPORTERS:

Disabled supports will pay the

relevant price for their age

category, with carer tickets

issued free of charge. We

have been allocated seven

wheelchair spaces. Please call

0115 955 7210 to book.

TRAVEL

Buses will depart from

Meadow Lane at 11.15am.

Adult: £22

Adult ST holder/

Lifeline/OSA member: £21

Under 18: £12

Under 18 ST holder/

Lifeline/OSA member: £11

Altrincham (H)

National League

Saturday 1 October

3pm

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.

VISIT OUR TICKETING SITE

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*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. Alternatively, visit our

club shop/ticket office or 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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DAN LEIVERS

ACADEMY

UPDATE

Ahead of the beginning of our Under 19s season, Academy

Manager Dan Leivers brings us up to speed on our

academy set-up…

— IT’S BEEN A VERY BUSY PRE-SEASON, with

lots of work going on behind the scenes to get

ready for the 2022-23 campaign.

As well as giving the offices a new lick

of paint, arranging training kit and other

operational tasks, it’s been an important time

to develop our academy methodology – how

we’re going to evolve the way we play and how

we want to coach in line with the direction the

club wants to go.

I’ve been trying to spend as much time

as possible with first team head coach Luke

Williams and his assistant Ryan Harley to get

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ensure we can coach the Under 19s in a way

that will help them make the step up to train or

play in the first team.

I’ve watched around 10 sessions so far and

it’s been great to listen to Luke and Ryan’s

instructions, but also to be a familiar face to

any of the Under 19s who have been given the

opportunity to train that day.

Luke and Ryan are getting to know our

young players more now and they’re very, very

supportive – they coach them as they would

one of their own players. The experienced

players have been unbelievable, too, in terms

of the guidance they offer on and off the pitch.

The first-team environment we have here is

perfect for young players stepping up - better

than I’ve seen in a lot of places.

As you may have heard me say upon my

return to the club, we will be running with three

teams at Under 19s level this season. Our ‘B’

team is top of the Under 19s set-up, but we

also have a C and a D team which will allow

movement up and down between squads.

In a normal situation we would have 18-20

scholars, but this set-up means we’re giving

40 more kids the experience of being at a

professional football club.

An area I have earmarked for improvement

is our recruitment, so I’m pleased to say we’re

going to be putting a Head of Recruitment in

place in the near future. This means we’ll be

a lot more active in terms of scouting and I’d

welcome contact from anyone who may wish to

get involved: dan.leivers@nottscountyfc.co.uk.

While our category status makes it difficult

to prevent higher-ranking clubs from taking

our players, I believe we need to get away

from that mindset and focus on making our

academy somewhere no-one wants to leave.

We feel we’re operating on a par with other

professional academies from the leagues above

and I’m confident we’re getting into a position

where we can convince our brightest young

players that this is the best place for them.

When developing our coaching programme

we have to find a balance between something

which will help us transition back into category

three in the hopefully-near future, while also

using our own experiences as coaches to offer

something different and enjoyable.

For example, with the younger players in

the Foundation phase, we run a session which

is purely one-v-one work. It’s all about ballmastery,

we play music during the session and

they can wear whatever they want. We give

them freedom on that night and they love it. It’s

interesting for us as coaches, too, because we

see more of the players’ personalities.

Heading into the season, we of course want

our players to enjoy their work - but there

isn’t much fun in losing. There’s fun in trying

to win and trying to perform, so that’s what

we want to see. What we won’t do is demand

that we win at all costs – we’ll try and win

by performing in the Notts County way and

upholding our values.

On a final note, I’d like to say a big thank

you to our Official Supporters Association for

their continued fundraising efforts, and to

everyone who supports our academy in any

way they can.

Here’s to a great season!

NATIONAL LEAGUE U19 ALLIANCE – NORTH

DATE H/A OPPOSITION F-A

SEPTEMBER 2022

WED 21 H GATESHEAD

WED 28 A ALTRINCHAM

OCTOBER 2022

WED 05 H GUISELEY

WED 12 H YORK CITY

WED 26 H AFC FYLDE

NOVEMBER 2022

WED 02 H BOSTON UNITED

WED 09 A BLYTH SPARTANS

WED 16 A SOLIHULL MOORS

WED 23 H CHESTERFIELD

DECEMBER 2022

WED 07 A FC HALIFAX TOWN

WED 14 A DARLINGTON

JANUARY 2023

WED 11 H DARLINGTON

WED 18 A CHESTERFIELD

FEBRUARY 2023

WED 01 H CHESTER

WED 08 H SOLIHULL MOORS

WED 15 A GATESHEAD

WED 22 A BOSTON UNITED

MARCH 2023

WED 08 H ALTRINCHAM

WED 15 A YORK CITY

WED 22 A AFC FYLDE

WED 29 H FC HALIFAX TOWN

APRIL 2023

WED 19 H BLYTH SPARTANS

WED 26 A GUISELEY

TBC A CHESTER P-P

All fixtures subject to change. Home matches to be played at

Clifton Football Centre, Farnborough Road, NG11 8LU.

Standard kick-off time 2pm.

Please follow NCFC_Academy on Twitter for updates.

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PEEKS AT THE PAST

This evening’s guest writer is

Richard Smith (nhr.org.uk)

who has voluntarily provided

commentaries on Notts

games for QMC and City

Hospital patients since 1987.

As a devoted fan, Richard

fondly relives the Maggies’

first-ever visit to Wembley,

where they beat Tranmere

Rovers 2-0 in the 1990 Third

Division play-off final.

— I SUPPOSE MANY

READERS will remember

the ‘glory years’ under

the stewardship of Neil

Warnock and the recently

departed Mick Jones. It’s a

time I remember with great

fondness.

I’d been a fledgling

broadcaster and commentator

for Nottingham Hospitals

Radio for about two years

by 1990 and had already

been to Wembley to cover

the Littlewoods Cup final

between Forest and Oldham

earlier that year.

But the ultimate aim was to

see the Magpies at Wembley

and, thanks to a surge up the

table in that Third Division

season, that dream was to

become a reality.

Memory Lane

Honorary Club Historian, Mick Chappell reflects on

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

So, armed with all the kit we

thought we’d need, and more

besides, myself and NHR’s

Sports Editor Nick Wilson set

off for the ‘smoke’. I should

point out that this was around

6am as we wanted to ‘get

there early’.

Anyway, we rolled into

the car park at the national

stadium, no shops or offices

around it then, around 9am

and had our pick of the

parking spaces available.

What seemed like 10

minutes later, the Notts team

coach pulled up alongside and

off got all the players I’d been

interviewing throughout the

ON THIS DAY

season. We got out the car to

say hello and spent some time

asking how they were and

what they were doing there

at that time when kick-off was

hours away?

There were also many Notts

fans already there, pointing

and looking at us probably

thinking ‘who are those

two blokes the players are

talking to?’

It soon seemed to be the

time to collect our equipment

and make our way to the

press box (just behind the

royal box) to set up and test

the line back to our studios at

the QMC. In the blink of eye

1994 — PLAYING ONLY HIS SECOND

MATCH since he had arrived on loan

from Derby County combative midfielder Martin Kuhl

was sent off at Barnsley. Kuhl had made his debut

three days earlier in a loss at Bristol City; but following

the red card he was allowed to return to the Baseball

Ground less than a week after arriving on a month's

loan. The match at Oakwell ended in a 1-1 draw, Gary

Lund scoring for the visitors.

By Tim Evershed

SEP

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it was time to start our live

programme – something that

Hospital Radio didn’t really

do from such distances in

those days.

I’d managed to get lots of

interviews and previous game

highlights in the build-up to

the match and at 2.45pm I had

the honour of describing the

scene as the players entered

the hallowed turf. There’s no

finer feeling than watching

your team walk out to play in

a big game and at that point

in Notts’ history, they didn’t

come much bigger.

Needless to say those 90

minutes also went by in the

blink of an eye and when the

final whistle blew and Notts

had gained promotion, to use

a phrase coined by Mr Notts

County, Colin Slater, the Notts

fans joy knew no bounds.

We watched the team

collect the trophy and parade

around the pitch, then my

esteemed colleague thought it

would be a good idea to send

me to the tunnel area away

to our left to get an interview

or two before our line went

‘dead’ at 5.30pm. So off I ran

with tape machine in hand to

see who I could get.

By the time I’d got to

the tunnel, the players had

disappeared into the dressing

rooms and were heard

celebrating - there was no way

I was going to get an interview

with anyone, they weren’t

coming out of there for a

while, so I headed back up to

the press box for the final five

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minutes of the programme.

With that part of the ground

empty, I thought I’d do the

only thing I could - walk up

the Wembley steps past the

royal box and up to the press

box. It would’ve been rude not

to whilst you’re there and with

no-one stopping you!

I quickly began to regret

that decision as those steps

were fairly steep when you’ve

just run half-way around the

stadium and by the time I’d

got back to our commentary

point with two minutes to

go, I was completely out of

breath. Showing no mercy for

my plight, Nick bombarded

me with questions I simply

couldn’t answer – I still need

to get him back for that!

After signing off, we

concluded our day out with

a look around an empty

national stadium and came

back up the M1 giggling like

schoolchildren as Notts had

won promotion at Wembley.

What a day!

Photo caption: Who was the

lucky mascot who led out the

Magpies at Wembley? Please

contact nick.richardson@

nottscountyfc.co.uk if you

are ‘in the know’.

Team photo courtesy of Tony Brown

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YOUNG PIES MEMBERSHIPS, PRICED

£12 FOR NON-SEASON TICKET

HOLDERS AND £6 FOR SEASON

TICKET HOLDERS, INCLUDE:

— FUN-FILLED WELCOME PACK

— SIGNED CHRISTMAS CARD FROM THE FIRST TEAM AND HEAD COACH

— TWO SPECIAL EVENTS DURING THE SEASON

— THREE VOUCHERS, ENTITLING YOU TO ONE BOTTLE OF SOFT DRINK

AND ONE HOT FOOD ITEM, WHICH CAN BE USED AT ANY OF OUR

CONCOURSE KIOSKS OVER THE COURSE OF THE SEASON

— AUTOMATIC ENTRY INTO A MONTHLY DRAW TO WIN A MASCOT PACKAGE

To find out more about Young Pies memberships, please email cj.smith@nottscountyfc.co.uk

MATCH THE BADGES

Can you match the badges below

to their respective clubs?

A B C

D E F

1 YEOVIL TOWN

2 YORK CITY

3 DORKING WANDERERS

4 FC HALIFAX TOWN

5 BARNET

6 MAIDSTONE UNITED

SPOT THE BALL

Can you work out which is the correct ball from

the Magpies' last Meadow Lane outing?

B

C

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ANSWERS: Spot The Ball: A;

Match the Badges: A3, B6, C1, D5, E4, F2

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NOTTS

COUNTY

FOUNDATION

NOTTS COUNTY FOUNDATION

FORGE NEW LOCAL PARTNERSHIP

WITH ROYAL MENCAP SOCIETY

— NOTTS COUNTY FOUNDATION is proud

to announce the launch of an exciting new

partnership with the Royal Mencap Society

Nottingham Me Time.

Having officially begun on Monday 1

August, Mencap Me Time has relocated from

its current base at the Meadows Youth Centre

to Notts County Foundation’s Portland

Centre facility, taking up tenancy in the

centre’s first floor studio.

The partnership will see Mencap utilise

the Portland Centre’s amenities – namely the

gym, cardio suite, and swimming pool to offer

adults with a learning disability access to fun

and educational health and wellbeing-related

sessions, as well as music, drama and arts

and crafts workshops.

Venetia Sanders, Head of Commercial

at Notts County Foundation, said: “We are

absolutely delighted to welcome Mencap to

the Portland Centre and support the charity’s

invaluable work across the local area. Much

like Notts County Foundation, Mencap Me

Time places community at the heart of its

work, so creating such a unique, innovative

partnership between the two organisations

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makes a lot of sense, and we very much look

forward to working alongside Mencap’s

members of staff and people with a learning

disability for the foreseeable future.”

Kay Dutton, Programme Coordinator at

Mencap Me Time, said: “Royal Mencap Society

Me Time colleagues and the people we

support welcome this opportunity to be a part

of this amazing community project, bringing

local people together to socialise, make

friends, build connections and relationships,

and enjoy the facilities on offer.

“Mencap’s social, leisure and community

inclusion opportunities are known as Me Time,

supporting people with a learning disability to

meet others in their local communities, to learn

new skills and have fun.”

Currently, the Nottinghamshire service

supports approximately 75 individuals on a

weekly basis.

Kay added: “This exciting project will not

only benefit the people we support who are

already involved in this community hub, but

also will enable those who are passionate

about contributing to the development of their

local community to get involved.”

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— THE ONE AND ONLY Dean Thomas is

returning to Meadow Lane on Thursday 6

October as our special guest at this year’s

afternoon tea party.

Members will no doubt remember

Thommo’s tough-tackling performances

during the glorious Neil Warnock days,

but he has now swapped midfield for

microphone and will be treating attendees

to renditions of Frank Sinatra, Neil Diamond

and more!

THE OSA COMMITTEE

BRING US UP TO

SPEED…

The event will take place from 1-5pm at

Meadow Lane and although open to all

members, it’s especially aimed at those

in the 50-plus age range. It’s a chance to

take tea and socialise with fellow members,

reminisce about the good old days as well

as enthuse about the current team.

Priced £10 for members and £15 for nonmembers,

places are selling fast so please

email lynn.lawson@nottscountyfc.co.uk or

call 0115 955 7200 to secure your spot.

LATEST LIFELINE WINNERS WEEK 1

£1,000 0317 Mark Briggs Sutton in Ashfield

£100 1457 Jonathan English West Bridgford

0737 Paul Richardson Carlton

2417 Jodie Parker Leicester

£50 1019 Alan Brooks Stapleford

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0165 Christene Elliott Sneinton

£70 (50/50 draw) 0281 David Allsop Kirkby in Ashfield

Match Tickets 0977 Kevan Gaunt Daybrook

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OFFICIAL SUPPORTERS’ ASSOCIATION

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— WE’RE PLEASED

TO ANNOUNCE that

Brandon Chambers has

joined our committee

to organise inclusion

football matches.

The NCFCOSA Fans

For Diversity team kick

off our first game this

season on 1 October

(2pm) at Portland baths.

Three teams will be

supporting our cause.

Our Fans For Diversity matches are always a great way of drawing attention to the importance

of inclusion in football. We always finish our matches with a chat and a buffet, bringing people

together from all walks of life.

Our matches are supported and sponsored by Fans For Diversity. We would like to thank

Anwar Uddin for his help and support arranging the grant. Enjoy the game tonight, Anwar.

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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 u 3-0 6,331 SLOCOMBE CAMERON BALDWIN BRINDLEY CHICKSEN TAYLOR 1

SAT 13 A 15:00 BOREHAM WOOD s 2-2 1,303 SLOCOMBE CAMERON BALDWIN v BRINDLEY CHICKSEN TAYLOR

TUE 16 A 19:45 GATESHEAD s 1-1 1,825 SLOCOMBE CAMERON BAJRAMI BRINDLEY CHICKSEN NEMANE

SAT 20 H 17:20 CHESTERFIELD s 2-2 8,287 SLOCOMBE CAMERON BALDWIN v BRINDLEY CHICKSEN NEMANE

SAT 27 A 15:00 FC HALIFAX TOWN u 4-1 2,371 SLOCOMBE CAMERON BALDWIN BRINDLEY CHICKSEN NEMANE v

MON 29 H 15:00 SOLIHULL MOORS u 1-0 7,004 SLOCOMBE CAMERON BALDWIN BRINDLEY CHICKSEN 1 NEMANE

SEPTEMBER 2022

SAT 03 A 15:00 DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE u 5-0 1,722 SLOCOMBE CAMERON BALDWIN BRINDLEY CHICKSEN 1 NEMANE v

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

FRI 21 H 19:45 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

TBC H TBC BROMLEY P-P


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FRANCIS v O'BRIEN v RODRIGUES AUSTIN L'STAFF 2 v u PALMER 66', u SCOTT 77', u BAJRAMI 83', VINCENT, MITCHELL

FRANCIS O'BRIEN v RODRIGUES 1 AUSTIN v LANGSTAFF u PALMER 59', u MITCHELL 59' 1, u BAJRAMI 77', VINCENT, SCOTT

FRANCIS v PALMER RODRIGUES O’BRIEN v LANGSTAFF v u MITCHELL 63', u SCOTT 76', u VINCENT 81', TAYLOR, AUSTIN OG

PALMER O'BRIEN v RODRIGUES MITCHELL v LANGSTAFF 2 u SCOTT 59', u AUSTIN 59', u BAJRAMI 72', TAYLOR, FRANCIS

NOTTS COUNTY v ALDERSHOT TOWN

PALMER O’BRIEN AUSTIN SCOTT 1 v L'STAFF 2 v u BAJRAMI 61’, u ADEBAYO-ROWLING 68’, u MITCHELL 1 72’, FRANCIS, MUNAK'A

BAJRAMI v PALMER RODRIGUES SCOTT v LANGSTAFF v u AUSTIN 62’, u MITCHELL 82’, u O’BRIEN 90’, ADEBAYO-ROWLING, FRANCIS

PALMER O’BRIEN v RODRIGUES SCOTT 1 v LANGSTAFF 3 u AUSTIN 60’, u BAJRAMI 66’, u FRANCIS 73’, ADEBAYO-ROWLING, MITCHELL

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LEAGUE FA CUP FA TROPHY

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1 SAM SLOCOMBE 7 - - - - - 7 - 107 - 347 -

2 RICHARD BRINDLEY 7 - - - - - 7 - 95 1 271 7

3 JOEL TAYLOR 2 1 - - - - 2 1 29 1 150 4

4 KYLE CAMERON 7 - - - - - 7 - 39 4 188 12

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

6 JIM O’BRIEN 7 - - - - - 7 - 107 8 491 31

7 KAIRO MITCHELL 5 2 - - - - 5 2 39 6 92 16

8 SAM AUSTIN 6 - - - - - 6 - 6 - 216 19

9 MACAULAY LANGSTAFF 7 9 - - - - 7 9 7 9 153 55

11 AARON NEMANE 5 - - - - - 5 - 33 3 119 9

12 TIERNAN BROOKS - - - - - - 1 - - - 28 -

13 BRAD YOUNG - - - - - - - - - - 2 -

14 ED FRANCIS 4 - - - - - 4 - 44 1 76 4

15 ADEN BALDWIN 6 - - - - - 6 - 6 - 73 3

16 GERALDO BAJRAMI 7 - - - - - 7 - 7 - 55 1

17 FRANK VINCENT 1 - - - - - 4 - 31 4 83 4

18 MATT PALMER 7 - - - - - 7 - 56 2 314 13

19 CEDWYN SCOTT 6 2 - - - - 6 2 6 2 77 31

20 RUBEN RODRIGUES 7 1 - - - - 7 1 97 32 156 55

21 TOBI ADEBAYO-ROWLING 1 - - - - - 1 - 1 - 185 1

22 LUTHER MUNAKANDAFA - - - - - - - - - - - -

23 ADAM CHICKSEN 7 2 - - - - 7 2 64 3 307 8


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VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE TABLE

HOME

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1 CHESTERFIELD 7 3 0 0 6 1 2 2 0 8 5 +8 17

2 WREXHAM 7 3 0 0 10 2 2 1 1 9 5 +12 16

3 NOTTS COUNTY 7 2 1 0 6 2 2 2 0 12 4 +12 15

4 SOLIHULL MOORS 7 2 2 0 10 3 2 0 1 8 5 +10 14

5 BOREHAM WOOD 7 0 2 1 4 5 4 0 0 8 1 +6 14

6 WEALDSTONE 7 2 2 0 5 3 2 0 1 3 2 +3 14

7 BARNET 7 3 0 0 7 1 1 1 2 6 9 +3 13

8 BROMLEY 7 3 1 0 4 1 1 0 2 4 7 0 13

9 YORK CITY 7 1 1 1 3 2 2 1 1 4 3 +2 11

10 WOKING 7 2 0 1 6 3 1 1 2 4 6 +1 10

11 EASTLEIGH 7 2 1 0 4 2 1 0 3 4 7 -1 10

12 MAIDSTONE UNITED 7 2 0 1 5 5 1 1 2 5 11 -6 10

13 SOUTHEND UNITED 7 2 0 2 4 3 0 2 1 2 3 0 8

14 OLDHAM ATHLETIC 7 2 0 2 6 7 0 2 1 1 2 -2 8

15 DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE 7 2 1 1 7 8 0 1 2 1 4 -4 8

16 TORQUAY UNITED 7 0 1 2 1 4 2 0 2 3 3 -3 7

17 MAIDENHEAD UNITED 7 2 1 1 6 4 0 0 3 0 6 -4 7

18 DORKING WANDERERS 7 1 1 2 5 12 1 0 2 6 8 -9 7

19 GATESHEAD 7 1 2 1 7 5 0 1 2 4 7 -1 6

20 YEOVIL TOWN 7 1 1 2 3 4 0 2 1 3 4 -2 6

21 ALDERSHOT TOWN 7 1 0 3 5 9 1 0 2 3 4 -5 6

22 FC HALIFAX TOWN 7 0 1 2 1 5 1 1 2 3 4 -5 5

23 ALTRINCHAM 7 0 2 1 4 5 0 2 2 2 8 -7 4

24 SCUNTHORPE UNITED 7 1 0 3 5 9 0 0 3 2 6 -8 3

TONIGHT'S VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES

19:45 ALTRINCHAM v SCUNTHORPE UNITED

19:45 BARNET v DORKING WANDERERS

19:45 BOREHAM WOOD v MAIDENHEAD UNITED

19:45 CHESTERFIELD v SOUTHEND UNITED

19:45 EASTLEIGH v YEOVIL TOWN

19:45 FC HALIFAX TOWN v GATESHEAD

19:45 MAIDSTONE UNITED v WEALDSTONE

19:45 NOTTS COUNTY v ALDERSHOT TOWN

19:45 TORQUAY UNITED v SOLIHULL MOORS

19:45 WOKING v OLDHAM ATHLETIC

19:45 WREXHAM v DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE

19:45 YORK CITY v BROMLEY

NOTTS COUNTY v ALDERSHOT TOWN

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REFEREE

MATTHEW DICICCO

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

10 Quevin CASTRO

11 Aaron NEMANE

12 Tiernan BROOKS (GK)

13 Brad YOUNG (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

ASHLEY CLARKE

ASSISTANT REFEREE 2

STUART KANE

1 Luca ASHBY-HAMMOND (GK)

2 Archie DAVIES

3 Ollie HARFIELD

4 Joe PARTINGTON ©

5 Tyler CORDNER

6 Kodi LYONS-FOSTER

7 Justin AMALUZOR

9 Inih EFFIONG

10 Josh MCQUOID

11 Harry PANAYIOTOU

13 Ryan HALL (GK)

14 Francis AMARTEY

16 Corey JORDAN

20 Michael KLASS

21 Ben SHROLL

22 Giles PHILLIPS

23 Ryan GLOVER

24 Maxwell MULLINS

25 Keane ANDERSON

27 Tommy WILLARD

(-) Marcel ELVA-FOUNTAINE

FOURTH OFFICIAL

CHRISTOPHER PORTER

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