Notts much improved since January window but we still shouldn't be losing to them at home if we have pretensions to promotion. Arse.
Recruited well in January the fuckers; they had a decent squad on paper to begin with and a big budget but somehow managed to freefall through two managers. We've just gone two up in other news.So one of my colleagues is in hospital and I've been exchanging a few texts with him. He's a Mansfield fan, and after grimsby's 3 or 4 níl thrashing of Notts County a few weeks back I thought County would be this season's whipping boys, which I thought was supported by their having let in more than 60 goals. I passed on my view that county would roll over, which met with cautious agreement. So I'm chastened to see that Mansfield lost 1-0 and I'm just glad I didn't do as I meant and chuck a fiver on the game
And well worth it by the sounds of it. Cooper can't even scrape a point against the Cowleys We're seeming even more disjointed as we get to the business end, still got a reasonable chance of the play-offs but wouldn't be too surprised if we drift away. I'd have snapped you hand off for comfortable mid-table at the start of the season but that would be a disappointment now.Big win at Forest Green today.
You know what I thought it was strange when I saw it flash up on the scoreboard after his goal. A quick check of Wiki does indeed bear out that Norwood is third top scorer, replacing Ronnie Moore.
i think Iain Muir and Bunny Bell might have something to say about that.
Our next three games look great. But, after that, we've got the Dons, FGR, Lincoln, and Bury. Which is exciting, I suppose.Our flaky commentary service meant I only heard last twenty minutes of a very handy win against an improving vale. Apparently they bossed the bits I missed then cooper made good subs and changed the game and we ran out two nil winners. Still in the play-off hunt, helped by Carlisle slipping up and Tranmere continuing to go like a train so beating Colchester. We had that James Norwood once you know