• Turbulent Times at Meadow Lane

    At the end of January 2018, Notts County were second in League Two and had secured an FA Cup Fourth Round replay after drawing 1-1 with Swansea City in the first leg. Skip ahead a year and they are propping up the football league, have had three managers in...
  • ‘Stead’y start for Neil Ardley as Notts County boss

    Neil Ardley’s first home game in charge ended in a home win for the Magpies, as they secured their first three points since October with a scrappy 3-2 victory over play-off chasing Tranmere. Jon Stead was the hero for the home side, as his two goals and excellent assist...
  • Another Manager Bites the Dust At Meadow Lane

    Yesterday saw the announcement of Harry Kewell’s departure from Notts County, a mere 74 days after he was appointed as a ‘long-term solution’ by chairman Alan Hardy. Kewell was the Magpies’ sixth manager in three years and was brought in to try and change their fortunes after one point...
  • Notts approach derby with “fire in the belly but ice in the mind”

    Derby day is one of the biggest in any fan’s calendar, but with Notts County and Mansfield Town just three points apart in the League Two table and the fight to get into League One heating up, this Saturday’s clash between the two East Midlands clubs is going to...
  • Last gasp equaliser saves Nolan from MOTM ‘curse’

    September was an extremely impressive month for both Notts County and manager Keving Nolan, as the ‘Pies boss Nolan was awarded the coveted Sky Bet League Two manager of the month award, despite only being in the job for less than a year. Nolan was awarded the trophy at...
  • A new dawn for Magpies with Nolan’s arrival at Meadow Lane?

    Notts County finally parted with manager John Sheridan last week, after a run of 9 consecutive losses had seen the Magpies drop from the play-off positions to just 1 point outside the relegation zone. A 4-0 hammering away to Cambridge, managed by ex-County boss Shaun Derry, put the nail...
  • No Christmas Cheer for County

    It was a very poor November for John Sheridan and his Notts County players, as four straight league defeats saw them slip from a promising playoff position to 18th, now only four points  above the relegation places. Sheridan’s strong remark on how his team would struggle to beat a...